This color emits a negative vibration indicating pride, tension and aggressive self-assertion.
Orange relates to 'gut reaction' or our gut instincts, as opposed to the physical reaction of red or the mental reaction of yellow.
Orange offers emotional strength in difficult times. It helps us to bounce back from disappointments and despair, assisting in recovery from grief.
This iconic orange and zebra hide room is sheer balance to my eye.
A bagged Birkin and a little leopard and fur to boot!
Of course the beat of vintage Hermes, black riding boots and a little brown trimmed ribboned orange box does brighten a gray sky.
Hermes inspired tray on a whitewashed table from Norwalk, CT.
Humm, storage in the shower and on your night stand by style fizz.
I think these boxes may also help me get organized and in a warm happy and cheerful way!
This Hermes orange inspired foyer is glistening with happiness and gleaming with strength!
From the decorator bible this one tote in burnt orange sets the vivid color in this room.
From Flor, these stacks of orange boxes and blue and white chevron designed flooring is hard to beat!
Grace Kelly with the H.
Orange twin beds from Coastal Living, covered with a warm gray blankie!
Just a pop of color is enough to set off an otherwise traditional vignette.
Via La Dolce Vita blog
Another view of those Iconic Hermes boxes, orange wrap and storage containers in the most adaptive chic color.
I am off to get more boxes for all my goodies!
Allison Harper Design