It isn't a color I thought I would ever embrace.
I always thought of orange as that late 70's color that was combined with chocolate brown and olive green.
Then a few years ago I started seeing it in a bit lighter shade.
It was being paired with pinks, limes, and aquas.
It took on a completely different personality for me and now I find myself wanting to incorporate it into my own decor.
Now I know that the consensus on peach was a big fat resounding, "No way" but open your minds. This is not your grandma's orange....
( I think this has my name all over it btw)
Last year my daughter and I put on a bridal shower here at home and we used this color exclusively.
That was Liz's idea.
She sent me this inspiration board and I was immediately hooked.
I felt like I was late to the party though.
I figured tangerine would be a bit hard to find but it seemed to be every where.
Who knew it would be so easy?
Orange had made a comeback. It was better than ever and its name was
In this softer shade tangerine can be a salient accent to any space.
When combined with other brights or to liven up an all white room
tangerine can be spectacular.
( I had to sneak that one in) :)
It is fantastic with pale aquas and turquoises.
Tangerine Orange, it's a shout out to Spring.