We just can not seem to get enough of orange, especially as autumn rolls around, bringing together the pumpkin colors we associate with Halloween and Thanksgiving. Fall celebrations aside, red-orange colors are hot in fashion this season, as well as the color forecasters in Pantone have named Koi, a bold orange, as a leading color for fall 2013. Meanwhile the color experts at Sherwin-Williams are touting Raucous Orange, yet another zesty orange hue, as a top color for 2014.

There’s certainly no shortage of bold orange bedrooms on . I’ve gathered six glowing illustrations together with suggestions for how to use a similar hue in your bedroom.

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Orange is a fun, high heeled color, so it is a terrific hue to wake up to in the morning. Bold color both brings and distracts the eye. You may use color to listen to a element in a room by painting it, or just the area behind it, an eye-catching hue. To deemphasize something simply paint it the same color as the walls or other things that encircle it.

Jennifer Ott Design

Get a similar appearance with Ember’s Glow from Mythic Paint.

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If you want a more toned-down orange in your bedroom without going pastel, select an orange which has a fantastic piece of brown in it, like this coppery shade.

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Get a similar look with Hearty Orange from Sherwin-Williams.

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Or put the orange on your ceiling to actually draw the eye up. This is a great way to visually lower a tall ceiling, to make a cozy and intimate feeling. However, because this is such a vibrant hue, it also feels fresh and modern. The juicy color draws attention to the intriguing ceiling details.

Jennifer Ott Design

Get a similar appearance with Rumba Orange from Benjamin Moore.

Suzette Sherman Design

Orange pairs nicely with its analogous colors (the colors next to it on the color wheel), red and yellow. If you go for a bold orange, then use a pale yellow or light red (pink) to lighten things up while keeping the colour compatible.

Jennifer Ott Design

Get a similar appearance with Charlotte’s Locks from Farrow & Ball.

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This zesty orange hue is the perfect accent wall color in this bedroom. It packs a wallop but also functions as a nice background to the other intriguing elements. You are able to soften the effect of a bold accent wall by taking a cue from the sophisticated bedroom and operate in a fantastic number of white and other light neutrals.

Jennifer Ott Design

Get a similar appearance with Candied Yam from Behr.

Chris Pardo Design – Elemental Architecture

Remember that lots of wood tones read as pink. Therefore, in the event that you would like the warmth of crimson in your bedroom but desire a softer, more natural look, bring in orange-toned wood elements via flooring or ceiling cladding. You can also present orange as an accent color through fabrics, like bedding and window treatments.

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