The Next Big Thing Orange Kitchens Melbourne
Orange isn't the most popular colour in traditional interior design schemes. It is often seen as too bright, brash, loud and disruptive to the home. Lately, however many designers and homeowners have been seizing on this much maligned colour to add warmth and energy to interior spaces, particularly modern dining rooms. There are various ways that you can make use of this lively colour in the home, whether in the form of subtle accessories, soft furnishings, wall or ceiling paint or even furniture.
- Orange Dining Chairs
Many people choose classic white dining chairs for their Melbourne kitchens, but these fragile pieces are easily ruined by a spilled spoonful of spicy Indian curry. For a more robust and interesting option, why not choose cheerful orange chairs? Your attractive dining chairs can be combined with orange tinted artwork for a fresh but subtle effect.
- Orange Enamel Cookware
Even the most simple and standard interior designs in Melbourne can be easily livened up with the addition of warm toned enamel kitchenware. Consider orange enamel saucepans, jugs and canisters to introduce a sunny vibe into your space. These pieces can be complemented with bright orange appliances such as toasters, kettles, blenders or mixers.
- Orange Laminated Cabinets
Of course, the idea of orange kitchens can recall memories of ghastly orange and brown interiors from Melbourne in the seventies, a decorating era that many would like to avoid revisiting. Orange doesn't have to be mud-toned and murky, however, as many designers are showing with glossy and bright laminated cabinets in zingy shades of orange.