You can’t help by love bold color, especially during the hot days of Summer.
When it comes to bold colors in home decor, one of the color combos I’m smitten with is Pink and Orange. There is something a bit preppy, a bit whimsical and a bit adventurous about this color combo.
Take a look at a few of my favorite spaces decorated in Pink and Orange!
Pink and Orange, whether interpreted in a bold way like the carpet or in a more subtle way like the wallpaper offers up a classic feel that is fresh and modern. Unlike some other bright color combinations, pink and orange is not a jarring color combo to me. Mixed white, this color combo is classic and timeless.
Used as part of party decor, pink and orange is sophisticated while at the same time playful and energetic. This color combo is perfect for a summer brunch, a birthday party or even a milestone anniversary celebration.
When using two bold colors like this to decorate with, always have more be more dominate and the foundation of the palette. Use the other color as an accent, allowing it to pop.
While this color combo is not in everyone’s’ fashion line-up, I love how the two colors work in harmony to create a true fashion moment.
An accent wall in a small space is the perfect spot for a punch of bold color. Again, one color is primary while the other is an accent.
Daring and dynamic! I love a striped wall and this pink and orange color is such a great way to energize a narrow hall or small entry space. Not only does the color draw you in, but it makes the space feel important.
Maybe pink walls are not in the cards but a pink ceiling can be just as dramatic without being too in your face. The neutral walls serve as a calm backdrop of pops of pink and orange used throughout the room.
Using ribbon or crepe paper streamers to create a tablecloth is one of my favorite entertaining tricks. In pink and orange the table is interesting and festive.
Another great fashion moment with pink as a subtle accent high (the collar), mid (the gloves) and low (the shoes).
Pink and Orange can even work in a really traditional space. Pick dustier tones of the colors and use them in one or two key areas while the majority of furnishings are kept more neutral.
In a larger room like this, especially if it is traditional, use a creamier white for molding and trim versus a stark white to keep the space from being stark!
Pink and Orange jewelry is a great way to dress up summer whites! Bold earrings like this is all it takes.
Pink and Orange is one of my favorite color combos in flower arrangements.
This space uses pink and orange is such a great way. Surrounded by lots of creamy whites and pale yellows the colors take on a softer more homespun feel.
Another approach to this color combo is going soft with one color and keeping the other bold. The orange dresser is the power piece in this bedroom while the headboard, carpet and linens combine to make their own strong statement.
While my signature gift wrap is red and hot pink, I love the packages wrapped in pink and orange. Packages wrapped in these colors are perfect for gift giving year round!
Bold patterns in pink and orange a perfect for a tween room or even a nursery!
I love this look and the idea of using one of the colors as just an accent against white. A great summer look.
And even more inspiration in Pink and Orange!
If you’ve never considered this color palette in your decor or wardrobe, now is the time.
Pink and Orange is quickly becoming a classic color statement!