Burnt orange, the color of pumpkin spice, all things autumn, and once known for its disco-era association, has come into its own — and in a big way. Whether you use it on all the walls in your living room or on an accent statement wall, these beautiful orange paint colors may just inspire you to bring this happy pumpkin hue into your own home.
Start With the Exterior
This old Victorian home is a gorgeous example of how a paint color, like PPG’s Field Poppy, can add a whole new level of character to your home. Accented by purple and a rich golden yellow, this home stands out in all the right ways.
Frame your cinnamon and copper-colored door with more neutral shades of orange, and your home will become everyone’s favorite house on the block.
Energize Your Living Room
Use burnt orange accents in different places — pillows, rugs, curtains, even terra cotta planters — to draw the eye around the room. With the orange wall as a background, the room just works!
Using a softer white paint with orange undertones (try Mimosa) is a great way to highlight the features of the room and make it feel all warm and cozy!
On the darker side of the orange spectrum, this color takes on almost a brick color. For a luxurious space, paint your walls in this color and furnish your room with gold accents.
Bring In Texture
Orange paint can change can be everything from warm and welcoming to energetic and exciting. With the right hue, add it serves as a great background for a playroom.
And Pumpkin Patch isn’t just for the kitchen or the dining room. Try it in a guest room, where the aqua pops and the patterns reveal how groovy this color can be.
A bathroom is a natural space to play with color because of its size. So if you don’t like the color, you can change it quickly and easily. But we think you’ll love this one.
Orange is great at playing a supporting role. Just check out this dining room where the soft yellow-orange walls make those teal green cabinets pop even more!
Get more ideas for burnt orange and other trending paint colors at our Color Tool. Upload your photos to try on wall colors, browse color swatches, or get a free estimate for getting your home painted. It’s as easy as 1-2-3.