The orange color is emblematic of the Halloween party, since it is the color of the pumpkin, which for the occasion, turns into terrible Jack O'Lantern! But do you know how to use it in your interior? Strong color, to handle with caution, know that it gives an interior a very vintage and trendy touch if it is well mastered. Symbolic Its symbolism is not always well defined, halfway between passion red and yellow, the color of the sun. Spontaneously, however, the orange color evokes autumn and its golden foliage, and the fire dancing in the hearth of a fireplace. It is therefore an intense, lively and warm color, whose colors vary according to the brightness. It is also a flagship color, very visible, even essential: know that it is the color that allows you to be spotted best wherever you are, like life jackets. The color orange makes the style There is a very wide palette of oranges which give a well defined style to a decoration. The style that is best associated with this color is the vintage pop or seventies style: translucent plastic furniture with round shapes, all in a flashy orange and we are projected in a decor of Bowler Hat and Leather Boots! Less known, and as an alternative to red, the orange yard fits perfectly into a loft and industrial style decor. Finally, this year's big trend, the orange color, in its copper version, associated with rhinestones and glitter is also the color of kitsch revisited for those nostalgic for the disco years! The orange color for which room? Intense color and promoting dynamism, it is a color to avoid in bedrooms, except for that of your teenager who has trouble getting up in the morning. In this case, combine orange with a set of graphic patterns, in wallpaper for example, to create a vintage and old-fashioned universe. Strong color like red and which can therefore tire, it is preferably applied in the passage rooms, like the entry or, why not, in the toilets, in total orange lacquered look! Finally, it is said that orange is a color that appetites (perhaps because of the fruit which it bears the name), so it can find its place in rooms where we are full: on a pan of wall in the dining room for example or in the kitchen to stimulate creation! Orange and other colors You can decline it in harmony with other colors, but it takes its full measure if you use it in contrast. True to its vocation, it is then even more visible and more interesting from a decorative point of view. By touching the cushions or the curtains, it enhances an ethnic style interior with wenge-colored furniture. It becomes very urban and chic in contrast to anthracite gray in a contemporary and refined interior. Finally, in contrast to black, the color orange is a must for Halloween!