If an orange and white rug is just what your home needs, you’re in luck! This beautiful color combination has produced a wealth of design and style variations, which means that there’s something for every home.
Orange has the power to warm up any room stylishly, and when you combine it with a color like white, you balance how loud it can be. In truth, though, with so many tones, tints, and shades, orange doesn't need to be a flashy color. It can be earthy, rich, light, and even subtle.
Interior decorators love getting the chance to use an orange and white rug in a home, especially if it’ll be the centerpiece of the room. These rugs come in patterns from Persian to contemporary geometric with everything in between.
The following design ideas draw inspiration from how professional decorators use orange and white area rugs in homes:
You can place an orange and white swirl rug in the center of a chic reading nook, bringing warmth and color to the surrounding antique furniture. The swirl pattern will go well with a round shape, which can also make the area look larger.
You might place an orange and white striped rug in a bright coastal living room, especially if the orange is warmer, closer to coral. The stripes can make the room appear longer or wider, depending on which direction they’re oriented.
You might use an orange and white outdoor rug in your patio, adding color to an otherwise dull area. The rug would go well with white, tan, or metal patio furniture, making the space more inviting and exciting.
You can use an orange and white abstract rug for the nursery adding a splash of color and pattern but without being too overwhelming. Keeping the color and pattern on the floor will make it so you can keep other areas calm and soothing.
A Closer Look At Orange And White Area Rugs
Orange and white area rugs are popular for their striking appearance, versatility, and uplifting energy. They go well in rooms with white, grey, tan, orange, red, teal, and brown décor. Other accent colors can work, too, but these are the most common.
In Feng Shui and color psychology, orange is associated with:
Any room that you want to add a bit of conversation, excitement, or enthusiasm to is an excellent fit for an orange and white rug. White is a neutral grounding color that helps balance the orange.
Is An Orange And White Rug Right For Me?
Use a color picker to see how your room’s existing décor will fit with different oranges. The color wheel is the secret to sound color choices, and the more you use it, the better your décor will look.
If orange and white work with your existing décor scheme, you’re ready to figure out what size you need. The chart below will help:
Room: 5’ x 7’ – Rug: 3’ x 5’
Room: 7’ x 10’ – Rug: 5’ x 8’
Room: 10’ x 12’ – Rug: 8’ x 10’
Room: 11’ x 14’ – Rug: 9’ x 12’
Room: 14’ x 17’ – Rug: 12’ x 15’
Choosing The Perfect Orange and White Rug
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