It’s officially fall (or autumn if you’re fancy). This means all the pumpkin spice, giant sweaters and aesthetic fall photographs with pumpkins and leaves. With the change of seasons, the light and colours have changed. If you’re anything like I am, you’ll be browsing Pinterest and instagram for all those cozy and comfy looking homes.
Consider colour palettes and specifically  consider orange. I know that when you picture orange it’s probably a vibrant and offensive pumpkin colour. Now friends, would I lead you astray with colour? No. When decorating with orange, I recommend using a more toned toned rust or more of a terra cotta orange. They are a little less offensive to visitors.

“Orange is the color of the sun. It is vital and a good color generally, indicating thoughtfulness and consideration of others.”
-Edgar Cayce
These colours seem to be right out of the 70s. With the rise of mid-century modern furnishings, theses vintage colours have been brought back into the light, and with good reason. They are warm and easy to match with wood and other neutrals. They add a much needed punch to a simple and earth toned room.
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