The latter sounds fun, doesn’t it?
Switching up the look and feel of your apartment is a great way to keep falling in love with your small space. To keep things fresh, a seasonal theme is ideal. And since it’s fall, why not opt for the color orange?
Orange is a happy, fun and vibrant color, and those decorate with this color can usually be described with the same words. Although the color is extremely pronounced, it still radiates a warm glow that speaks volumes during the cool fall.
Orange is a color that people usually either love or hate. If you’re familiar with color psychology then you might already know that orange elicits a number of positive effects. Did you know that orange is known to stimulate activity, appetite and conversation? So if you want your apartment to become a haven for family and friends to gather and socialize, then adding a bit of orange is definitely the first step.
Orange looks great up against a white backdrop. For a space that screams “look at me!”, pairing these two colors together is a sure way to make your apartment anything but a humble abode.
For those with an undying orange crush, an accent wall is an appealing and trendy idea. Even if your landlord doesn’t allow paint, there are plenty of temporary ways to add color to create your very own accent wall.
Fun chairs in orange are another way to commit to your favorite fruity color. To switch the look up occasionally, you can change the pillows whenever your space needs a new touch.
Orange fans can also play around with a number of different shades of orange to create a blended monochromatic color scheme. If you’re not totally sold on using bright orange as part of your apartment’s decor scheme, you can always go with muted tones such as peach, rust and terracotta.
Alexandria of Carmel Apartments in Carmel, IN
Another way to avoid a total burst of orange is to use the color sparingly. Accessories like decorative pillows, area rugs and artwork are subtle ways to add the color without completely overpowering your apartment.
Do you have any orange decor in your apartment?