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5 salons, 5 atmospheres, one common point: the orange. This warm color goes with all styles. Carpet, pouf, armchair, there is something for everyone. Dare the orange, you will like it in your living room.

Jean-Marc Palisse

5 salons, 5 atmospheres, one common point: the orange. This warm color goes with all styles. Carpet, pouf, armchair, there is something for everyone. Dare the orange, you will like it in your living room.

The weather is nice, it's hot, you want sweetness when you go home. To be in harmony with the sun, we opt for the warm colors in his living room. And it's the orange we adopt. Nothing is used to paint all its walls or buy all its furniture in this color, but a few orange touches here and there, we like. Discover the selection of 5 salons where the orange room.

1. Total orange look for this colorful living room

The owners chose orange as the driving color in their living room. We find the seat, carpets and low furniture in the background. A total orange look for this colorful living room, you have to dare!

2. A warm living room in warm colors

Located in the 6th district of Paris, artist Kyo invents an inhabited decor filled with beautiful vibrations, inspired by the bohemian and literary universe of the district. Behind Sum, Jack Russel posing in the living room, a painting by Linde Bialas.

3. An orange bubble chair for a thousand and one night living room

Accompanied by the architect Daniel Bismut, the decorator Bambi Sloan and her friend stylist Véronique Alise sharpen their sense of decor. In this design lounge, the blackened and varnished parquet floor features a satin covered chaise longue, a coffee table, Eichholtz, and an orange Bubble Chair. Silk curtains, The Wild World. A touch of orange to create a contrast with the gray satin meridian and white walls. A real gain of brightness and a touch of peps in this duplex of artists.

4. An orange carpet in this living room design

Much more refined than a loft, more open than a classic apartment, the dupex of Alain Lardet, president of Designer's Days, is a poetic place. Here, at the end of the living room, on a bookcase by Martin Szekely, mask of Gabon, sandstone of Sèvres 1930, pendulum "Ora X" by Bruno Munari (Danese). Armchairs by Patricia Urquiola (Artelano). On the right, the windows engraved according to a drawing by Nathalie du Pasquier. In this colorful design lounge, only the carpet is orange, in harmony with the tones given to the room.

5. A touch of color in this gray living room: the orange

It is in an atypical residence shared alternately by two families, that one finds this living room conceived in a spirit of freedom and simplicity. Thanks to the play of transparency of the glazed partitions, the room gains in luminosity. A single touch of color in this room mainly gray: the orange.

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