20 Ways to Decorate with Orange and Yellow
Color the Room Cheerful
This tangerine terrace in Florida, designed by Franco Biscardi, holds its own against the bright blue sea below. Balconies and outdoor rooms are prime spots to introduce vivid, fun colors such as orange, which pairs as well with nature’s big, bold hues as it does with more neutral, natural shades.
Get the look: The cushion fabric is Spinnaker in Cayenne by JANUS et Cie.
Play with Shapes and Stripes
In brilliant hues like these, even small decorative elements can pack a big punch. Whimsical watercolor paintings punctuate the fresh white wall of Apartment Therapy founder Maxwell Ryan’s Hamptons home.
Bring the Sunshine In
Use a combination of bright oranges, happy yellows, and zippy pinks to create a sunset you can enjoy without ever stepping outside. This Stone Harbor, New Jersey, beach house, designed by Michael Murphy, feels "like the colors of the sky are being pulled into the house, like you are standing in rays of light," he says.
Take it Outside
Warm up cool outdoor spaces with rich mustard tones. The deep yellows of the patterned seat cushions and accent pillows spice up the simple white frame of this cabana, designed by Carrier and Company.