That's why you should incorporate some soft accents throughout the space to help tone down the overall design and add some light to the room. You can't go wrong with crisp white accents against bold tangerine walls -- hang sheer white curtains on the windows and use white floating shelves to display your favorite collectibles, or pair your sofa with an eye-catching patterned chair with plenty of white details. If white looks too harsh, ivory or cream make ideal alternatives. Just because your walls are tangerine doesn't mean other orange shades can't work as accents throughout your living room. A monochromatic design can have a sleek, modern look, so if you prefer contemporary decor, it's an ideal look for your living room. Soft shades such as peach can help tone down the design in place of neutrals like white or ivory, while muted shades like burnt orange or terra cotta can take the place of darker neutrals like gray or chocolate.
Arrange your bedroom furniture to fit the available floor space, leaving a minimum 3-foot clearance for major walkways and in front of sliding glass doors. If you place your medium-toned cherry bed in front of a window, the natural light will likely accelerate the wood-darkening process. Place a comfortable armchair diagonally against a bedroom corner to provide a convenient spot for relaxing or reading. Select a striped upholstery fabric in muted greens, yellows and reds to enhance your cherry bedroom furniture hues. Beige is a neutral, often among contractors' favorites, earning it the title "builder's beige." Occasionally, it's perceived as bland -- but combined with cherry wood, the look is harmonious. Warm, sandy yellowish brown sits near warm red on the color wheel, making them analogous colors. Achieve a slightly cooler, more modern note by opting for greige -- a gray-beige mix. To bring out the brown notes in your wood, go with an icy-blue white paint. Or achieve a clean, contemporary air with pure white.
In the kitchen, we love seeing mustard yellow in chair or stool cushions, in dish towels, or even as the main color of your dishware. Remember, mustard can make for warm interiors, and with the kitchen being one of the most visited rooms in the home, it's a great place to add this happy color. In your living room, consider adding one or two pieces of mustard colored furniture or décor. This is a great color for furniture, especially chairs, as these are smaller in size. Mustard yellow on a chair can still make a bold statement, but it's not as loud or overwhelming as if it were on a couch. In the bathroom, if you're feeling bold, consider mustard and white tiles. To tone it down a notch, have your towels or a piece of art include mustard yellow.
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