Orange Ideas from HGTV in Time for Fall

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As the summer starts to slowly melt into fall, HGTV is offering ways to warm up your indoor environment with hues of orange.

As the sultry summer weather starts to melt into fall, HGTV is ready to help fans make their homes warm and more welcoming. Add dashes of orange to bring an autumn feel into your house. Consider a few fantastic ways to incorporate orange into your indoor decorating scheme.

Start Outside

Before you bring orange into your home, use it to bring a fall vibe to your outdoor living spaces. Display orange mums in a vase on an outdoor dining table. Toss orange cushions or pillows on a sofa or bench. Hang orange lanterns for a wonderful glow after dark. Put out a few orange candles. It will also make a perfect setting for the upcoming Halloween jack-o-lanterns.

Spacious Light

As the days get shorter, our interior spaces can become darker. Even with lighting, there are time when they appear dark and small. Fortunately, the use of bright colors such as orange and lime green add a feeling of spaciousness and light into all types of living spaces. Try orange accents such as lamp shades, throw rugs and puffy pillows.


Orange fits best into an otherwise neutral environment. Creating a neutral backdrop with beige, white and brown furnishings makes it possible to add almost any splash of color. Orange is an ideal hue for for but you may choose to add other colors during various seasons such as red and green in the winter or blue and yellow for summertime.

Go Bold

If you want to take brightness all the way, bring the sunshine into your home all year round with shades of orange, tangerine and yellow. From the furniture to the accessories, these colors brighten up your room and your mood. Even on the darkest fall days, you'll feel like summer is still here.

Orange is a bold, innovative color to revamp your rooms for fall and all year round. Visit the HGTV website to discover more ways to incorporate orange into your current decorating scheme.

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