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White Living Room with Burnt Orange

29th October 2019

The burnt orange, taupe, and white colour scheme makes for a calm and welcoming sitting room with plenty of plump cushions and comfortable seating options to allow guests to relax in style. Texture is added through the mixture of wool and velvet fabrics, giving depth and tactile interest to the scheme and a funky over-sized footstool adds an element of fun and a splash of pattern.

Burnt Orange and White Living Room

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Walls and Swivel Chair

An off-white paint colour like Loft White is perfect for subtly emphasising the ceiling height.

Cover a great retro chair in this bright orange Carrick fabric which has a snuggly mottled wool texture. Complement it with sumptuous Rooksmoor velvet cushion.

Sofa and Lighting

A modern Thakeham Sofa covered in Sahara faux suede creates hard-wearing and effortlessly cool furnishings.

A tall Babylon Table Lamp can balance the statement furniture. Whereas, a bespoke lampshade in Meridian Linen can complete the room.


Made to measure cushions in complementary colours to add texture like Marsala, Safari Velvet, and Rooksmoor.

Add this stylish pre-made Blotto Cushion to tie-in with the scheme, adding in muted tones with a stiking abstract print.


A bold print is required for the large upholstered footstool. This durable Atlas Fabric's outdoor properties means it will help to guard against spills.

Another couple of options include the gorgeous Areso Fabric for an instant wow factor or spash out on the ultra-cool Laguna Fabric as an investment piece!

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(Main image: Catherine Gratwicke and Homes & Gardens.)