Going for Golden Hues

by Donna on August 4, 2012

Rich, Earthy, or Elegant

Looking to gold tones for wall color leads to a range that can seem bewilderingly extreme. While you can find wall paint colors called ‘gold’ of some sort that are highly saturated yellow-orange colors like ‘marigold’, most are more muted. You’ll find colors that are marigold toned down, but also colors that will make you think of herbs like turmeric or mustard – colors that are essentially golden tans.  Some gold paint colors are deep earthy shades.

Finding room examples has been a bit of a challenge; many rooms that have a ‘golden glow’ are more in the yellow category and you can see examples in my post “Sunshine in a Can“.  My room example discoveries below show a range of decorating possibilities — possibilities ranging from earthy to elegant. Wallpaper enters the scene, too. And, I’ve included rooms that have golden-toned upholstery.

A rich golden glow

Bathroom with golden toned wall color

The walls of this bathroom are a moderately bright gold with an orange cast. The color choice works towards creating a version of  ‘Tuscan’ style.

Great room with golden toned wall color

The walls in this great room have a yellow-orange content.

Seating area with a golden glow

Designer Paul Vincent Wiseman created a warm glow in the master bedroom of a home in California, using softly golden hues. (From Architectural Digest. Photo: Time Street-Porter.)

Muted gold & golden tan

Living room with dark fireplace and golden walls

The black mantel of the fireplace mantel is accented against golden toned walls. (From Southern Living at MyHomeIdeas. Photo: Laurey W. Glenn.)

gold toned walls in an office space in a Pasadena Showcase house
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The golden wall color in this Pasadena Showcase House adds brightness to a space by designer Julie Kays. Reflected light heightens the gold undertones of the tannish paint color. (From Traditional Home. Photo: Michael Garland.) The swatch shows the paint color used in the room: Dunn Edwards (and California Paints) Madera DEC728.

Evening light casts a golden glow on bedroom walls of golden tan.

A casually luxurious bedroom by Pamela Pierce has golden tan wall color – the golden undertones heightened by the glow of early evening sunlight. (From Luxe Interiors and Design.)

Dining room with golden tan walls

The image of this dining room, by Gwen Driscoll, shows a room with golden tan walls. (From Elle Decor. Photo: Pieter Estersohn.)

Martha turns to golden paint color

Martha Stewart updated her East Hampton, New York, home on Lily Pond Lane, using a golden buttery paint color in some rooms. Colors in nature were the inspiration for new room colors. Martha felt that the white walls contrasted jarringly with the gardens and trees outside and that warmer tones would work better in the spaces.
Dining area of Martha's Lily Pond Lane home before

In the above ‘before’ picture the walls and woodwork are a bright and cool white. What a difference the new paint color makes, as seen in these ‘after’ images:

Martha's entry and dining area painted a golden buttery hue

A rich, warm glow is created with the new paint color (a custom mixed color). The dark wood furnishings harmonize with the buttery wall color, as does the new console.

Sitting area has the new golden walls and a sofa upholstered in a buttery hue.

A sitting area, displaying a stuffed tarpon fish, has the new golden wall color and a sofa upholstered in a buttery hue.
You can read more about the remodel and see other rooms in the house at Martha Stewart. (Photos by William Abrannowicz.)

Earthy golden hues

The earthy shades of gold are associated with the naturally occurring clay pigments of ochre and sienna. Used since prehistoric times, and still derived today from sites around the world, the pigments and colors have long been linked with southern France and Tuscany and Sienna in Italy.
Ochre hued buildings in southern Europe

Above, century’s old buildings in these areas can still be seen painted in earthy ochre and sienna hues.

Gold ochre powder

Gold ochre powder.

A restored farmhouse in Tuscany

Interior designer Mark Long Fletcher worked with an American couple on the restoration of a 15th-century stone farmhouse on a Tuscan hillside. In the entry, living room, and a bedroom images below we can see that a golden wall color was used, relating to clay pigment hues.
Tuscan farmhouse entry has earty gold-toned wall color
Tuscan farmhouse living room
Tuscan farmhouse bedroom

(Images from Architectural Digest. Photography by Mario Ciampi.)

Deeper shades of golden wall color

Dining room with deep golded wall color
Benjamin Moore hathaway gold

The dining room above, by designer Amanda Nisbet, has walls painted Benjamin Moore Hathaway Gold (194) – shown in the swatch. (Image from House Beautiful. Photo: Pieter Estersohn.)

Bedroom with reddish-gold stripe wallpaper

A richly appointed bedroom by acclaimed designer Bunny Williams uses stripe wallpaper in reddish-gold tones. White lampshades and bedding provide contrast.

Bright contrasted with earthy

Rich golden tan sofa with bright yellow-gold accent pillows

Bunny Williams used patterned yellow-gold accent pillows on a deep golden tan sofa.

Glimmer and glitter of gold

Dining room with delicate gold pattern wallpaper

In this dining room by Jan Showers the gold pattern wallpaper is from Gracie Inc. Gold tones are repeated throughout the elegantly dramatic dining space. (From Traditional Home. Photo: Werner Straube. The ceiling and trim color is Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter HC172.)

Dining room with gold pattern fabric used for wall and curtains

Designer David Herchik used Fadini Borghi fabric, with a yellow-gold floral pattern on a gray ground, for both the walls and curtains. (From Traditional Home. Photo: Gordon Beall.)

Schumacher gold wallpaper patterns

Two metallic gold wallpaper patterns from Schumacher: Medina in Gold and Sadari Gilt.

Osborne and Little Ponchielle wallpaper

The Ponchielle wallpaper pattern from Osborne & Little has a metallic gold look.

Gold-toned furnishings

Contemporary living room with gold-toned modern chairs

In this contemporary living room by distinguished designer Clodagh, the modern chairs, upholstered in a yellow-gold hue, add a touch of color along with the muted lavender accent pillows. Yellow and purple are complementary colors, of course; here the muted combination is soothing.

Living room with soft golden-tone upholstery

In a long narrow living room, designer David L. Smith divided the space into two seating areas. In this view we see upholstery in a muted golden tones including the tiger stripe pattern on the fauteuil. (From Traditional Home.)

Living room detail with gold furnishings against soft pink background

Designer Celerie Kemble has used an interesting combination of patterned upholstery with golden tones against a soft pink wall as background. The golden cast is picked up in the sunburst wall clock. (From Elle Decor. Photo: William Waldron.)

Golden backdrop

I’ll close with this room detail from Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, with its fascinating and eclectic mix of elements against gold-toned patterned wallpaper.
Eclectic room with gold patterned wallpaper

The red of the Chinese chest and the chair upholstery, plus the blue of the chair and stool, plus the yellow-gold wallpaper – equals a complementary color scheme. The pink of the painting against the gold catches our attention. The mix of styles is unexpected, quirky and fun.

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Links to image sources:

Architectural Digest. Elle Decor. House Beautiful. Luxe Interiors and Design. MyHomeIdeas. Traditional Home.

For more on clay earth pigments

Visit this Wikipedia entry if you’re interested to learn more about clay earth pigments.

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Decorating with brown

Raise your hand if brown is your favorite color? When you were a kid did you reach right away for the brown crayon in the Crayola box? Well, for that first question I can’t see if you raised your hand, but based on studies of color preferences I can guess that not too many of you are in the ‘favorite’ column for brown. For the second question, kids prefer of course, well, colorful colors. Not quite a fair question since our color preferences tend to change as adults. At any age, brown is just not colorful. Shades of brown fall into the category of neutrals that do not contain a recognizable hue.

In spite of its lack of ‘favorite color’ status, brown, as a neutral, has its place in the arsenal of colors for interior decor. Like gray, it can play a subordinate roll as a backdrop for colorful art, or colorful furnishings and accents. Brown can work to create elegant and sophisticated spaces — and a variety decorating possibilities as you’ll see in the room examples below. You’ll notice that brown wall colors can range from medium to very dark in value. Also, brown colors have nuances in terms of undertones: from warm orange casts to cool and gray — subtle choices for mood and feel as well as for harmonizing with accent colors.

Great for dramatic entries

Chocolate brown entry foyer with a bright pink settee
Designer Ned Marshall used Benjamin Moore‘s Bittersweet Chocolate (2114-10) for this dramatic entry with a hot pink settee. Brown has worked to striking effect in this example, as it has in the next foyer. (From House Beautiful. Photo: Kerri McCaffety.)
Entry with brown stripe wallpaper
The brown stripe wallpaper in this entry hall plays its part in the luxurious effect. Designer Jean-Louis Deniot employed a Hervé Van der Straeten sunburst mirror and a marble-top console for a dramatic tableau. (From Architectural Digest. Photo: Miguel Flores-Vianna.)
Earthy brown display wall of an entry landing with large painting
An accent wall, in the Bay Area home of hotel designer Roger Thomas, is painted a custom earthy brown. The deep, rich tone complements the contemporary space. (From Elle Decor. Photo: Grey Crawford.)

A chic choice for home office and library

Home office with brown grass cloth walls
In this den and adjacent study by Vicente Wolf, the brown-toned walls appear to be covered in grasscloth wallpaper. The neutral brown creates a calm and relaxing spaces, tied together visually by the Arne Jacobsen Swan chairs. (From Elle Decor. Photo: Vicente Wolf.)
Phillip jeffries grasscloth wallpaper in sable color
From Phillip Jeffries, makers of natural textured wall coverings, the Arrowroot style in Sable could get the look seen in the den and study above.
Home library with brown walls and gray sofa
Stephen Elrod, vice president and creative director of Lee Jofa fabrics, loves the color brown. Working with color all day, he decided he’d like to come home to neutral tones. The library is painted in what he describes as “almost a devil’s-food-cake brown that has more red and gray in it.” The rich red of the painting, and the deep red of the lamp, play well against the brown wall, adding a splash of rich color in the otherwise completely neutral room. Elrod worked with designer Eric Cohler to create a space that’s chic and sophisticated. (From Traditional Home. Photo: Bruce Buck.
Home office with shades of brown and black
Designer Muriel Brandolini used two Jean-Michecl Frank armchairs in a cocoa toned leather for this study in a New York home. The chair color contrasts with the wall of black shelving, and picks up the soft cocoa color in the vintage Edward Fields rug from Liz O’Brien. (From Elle Decor. Photo: William Waldron.)

A backdrop for color

Brown walls are the backdrop for color in this living room.
Deep chocolate brown walls are the backdrop for colorful accents in this New Jersey living room designed by Susan Heidenberg. (From Luxe Interiors and Design. Photo: Stacy Bass.)
Bedroom with brown walls that are a backdrop for accents of color
Accents of bright coral pop against chocolate brown walls in this eclectic bedroom by Robert Brown. The blue of the ottoman adds a nice cool contrast. (At Traditional Home courtesy of Robert Brown Interior Design.)
Taupe-brown is the background for white fireplace, blue porcelain, and antique mirror
Taupy-brown is the background for a white fireplace surround, a 1940′s Italian mirror from Venfield in New York, and light-blue porcelain vases. The rich wall color creates mood and enhances the eclectic mix in this library sitting area. (From Luxe. Photo: Stacy Bass.)

Look of luxury

Sitting area combines brown, black and golden yellow
Brown walls set the stage for a classically glamorous mix of golden-yellow, and black-and-white patterns, in a living room by Mary McDonald.
Dining room with brown walls and curtains
Silky reddish-brown curtains, and a vintage crystal chandelier, add a touch of glamour against taupy-brown walls in this dining room with neoclassic-style table and chairs by James McInroe. (From Luxe. Photo: Paul Bardagly.)
Eclectic sitting area with brown curtains
In a room with an eclectic mix of traditional styles that includes a gilt trumeau mirror, silky brown curtains add to the room’s quirky sense of luxury. The brown tone is a down-to-earth note; the red ceiling adds a note of whimsy and playfulness. (Room design: decorative painting and faux finishers Josephine Aiken and Sissy Ballenger. From Southern Living at MyHomeIdeas. Photo: Laurey W. Glenn.)

Browns and tans

NY apartment in a brown and tan scheme
Designer Robert Passai used a scheme of brown and tan in his small New York apartment. The neutral toned walls are populated with framed art, breaking up the monotony. The neutral tones are also a background for little pops of color and intriguing furniture pieces. (From Luxe. Photo: Joshua McHugh.)
Dining room in natural tones with brown textured carpet
The black and the tan in the rug in this pretty dining space combine visually as brown; the deep color supplies a solid grounding in this pretty dining area dominated by neutral tones. Texture and pattern add liveliness to the space. The painted chest adds a touch of color. The rug is from Ballard Designs, as is the end chair fabric. The lighting pendants are from Fifi B Laughlin Design. (From Southern Living at MyHomeIdeas. Photo: Laurey W. Glenn.)

Brown and White

Brown and white is a surprisingly pleasing combination, particularly when brown and white, or black and white patterns are in the mix. Adding black to the scheme adds drama. Adding a splash of color will liven up the scheme.
Sitting area using brown and white scheme with black accents and a pop of orange
Brown walls, and white trim and sofa, are the background for black and white accents and a pop of orange accent pillows. The space is sophisticated yet casual. (From Martyn Lawrence-Bullard.)
Home office has brown patterns and white wall
Brown patterned fabrics in the club chairs and the ottoman (both from SeaCloth) are set against an all white background including a wall of white shelving. The Spider’s Nest tables are from Tucker Robbins. Lynn Morgan is the designer of this library in a Connecticut home. (From Elle Decor. Photo: Pieter Estersohn.)
Bedroom with headboard in a brown retro pattern
Designed by Marshall Watson Interiors in East Hampton, New York, this ‘retro’ bedroom has a mix of brown and white patterns against a white background. Pale green provides an accent color. (From Luxe. Photo: Tria Giovan.)
Bedroom with brown walls and accent pattern
Bedroom has brown walls and a mix of patterns
In this light-filled room, dark brown walls create a calm mood. The mix of brown and white patterns provide interest. The sparkling chandelier adds sparkle; crisp white elements add punch. The wall color is Benjamin Moore’s Sierra Spruce (2108-20). (From Traditional Home. Photo: Werner Staube.)
Sitting room with brown toile wallpaper
When it comes to toile wallpaper, I’m particularly fond of the patterns in brown. In this sitting room by Marshall Watson, the walls are upholstered in Cowtan & Tout’s Botanique Spectaculaire. The palette of neutrals is tightly coordinated; the outcome exudes charm. (From House Beautiful. Photo: Nathan Schroder.)

Bedrooms: calmly elegant or casually contemporary

Master bedroom in calm cocoa and soft gray
This bedroom by Jean-Louis Deniot is restful and serene. Luxurious fabrics in muted cocoa, soft gray and chocolate brown, along with coordinating wall colors, create the mood. The vintage chandelier adds personality. (From Architectural Digest. The photographer: Miguel Flores-Vianna.)
Tom Scheerer - bedroom with brown wall
A bedroom by designer Tom Scheerer, in a Brooklyn townhouse, juxtaposes color and pattern for an edgy and unexpected mix. The deep brown wall color is the dramatic component. (Photo: Pieter Estersohn.)

Pretty and fun

Perhaps surprisingly, brown can be the background for pretty florals, or the backdrop for a fun look.
Home office has brown walls and floral fabric for balloon shade
Another view of home office with brown walls and floral fabrics
In an Upper East Side apartment in New York, designer Lauren Geddes Duff has decorated the library with brown walls and floral fabrics. Floral fabrics and botanical prints give the room a touch of femininity; brown walls keep things down-to-earth. (From Elle Decor. Photos: Timothy Kolk.)
Casual and fun dining area with brown walls has fun and colorful elements
Brown walls, light blue chairs, and accents of pink add up to a fun color scheme in this casual dining area by designer Jonathan Berger. The playful frame – white against brown – adds tons of personality. (From House Beautiful. Photo: Francesco Lagnese.)

Brown – the comforting color

Brown is nurturing and comforting. Its a color that connotes stability and security. Brown walls can envelope spaces with calmness; and they can be neutral backgrounds for creating sophisticated, elegant, or fun interiors. A variety of decorating possibilities.
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Publication sources:

Architectural Digest. Elle Decor. House Beautiful. Luxe Interiors and Design. MyHomeIdeas. Traditional Home.

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Room of the Week – Designer’s Pad

by Donna on July 25, 2012

A Provincial European Air

As I contemplate this image of a homey and unassumingly charming dining area, I feel transported to a quiet, quaint spot; a place in a rural area somewhere in Europe. I can visualize verdant hillsides dotted with little cottages; I can hear birds chirping in the early morning.

The location, in fact, is southern California. The image appeared in a 2003 issue of Elle Decor. Internationally acclaimed designer Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, in a 2011 New York Times interview said of the “…little house that I had in West Hollywood:” “I decorated it on a shoestring, basically from the flea market.”

The dining room of Martyn Lawrence-Bullard has dining chairs with his family crest.

It’s a little room, in a little house, that basically launched the British-born designer’s career. His now acclaimed skill with color and pattern are clearly present in his early ‘digs’.

The room has a European provincial look, and the casual look of a room that has had unmatched furnishings added through the years. The painted chairs – 18th-century Spanish – (with the designer’s family crest) add to the look as does the secretary desk cabinet in the corner. The room is casual, yet skillfully composed.

The unexpected mix of fabric patterns add to the lived-in look, and also provide the color scheme of the room. Rusty red, muted blue, and creamy yellow comprise a variation of a triad scheme of the primary colors.

Since his early years in Los Angeles, Martyn Lawrence-Bullard has achieved international acclaim for his interior design. Some of the names on his clientele list: Cheryl Tiegs, Cher, and Elton John — and many more celebrity names.

The little dining area is inspiration for decorating on a budget. Flea market and other finds can be transformed with a coat of paint. Painted chairs can be especially charming. Chair seats are relatively easy to recover. For additional color, layer a patterned fabric over a long table cloth. (Get ideas for mixing fabric patterns on my post Mixing Patterns in Home Decor and Creative Pattern Mixing in Interior Schemes.) White walls can be the perfect backdrop.
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The photographer of the room image: Tim Street-Porter.

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A Pop of Orange

by Donna on July 21, 2012

Orange – the Energetic Color

Lively, fun and vivacious, orange is a combination of the brightness and intensity of yellow, and the richness of red. There’s nothing remotely shy about vivid orange — it’s a hue that will always get noticed in room decor.

As hue with such high impact, using orange for pops of color is one way to go.

Bright Bursts of Orange

Room with white walls and a black accent wall has pops of orange accents.

From Côté Sud, this room in the south of France has pops of orange against an all white interior with a black accent wall. Très chic.

Orange accents punctuate a modern great room

Bold orange accents enliven this modern and open great room. The entry wall is made of red-orange Japanese plaster. (From Luxe. Photo: Matthew Millman.)

Modern white living room with bright orange rug

A bright orange rug picks up the orange of the lamps and accent pillows for a trio of accents in this all white modern living room. (Photo: Wayne Cable. From Luxe.)

Kathryn Ireland's living room is accented with orange tones.

In the living room of her Ojai, California, home, designer Kathryn M. Ireland  has used selections from her fabric collection, enlivening the space with a mix of patterns and orange tones. (From House Beautiful. Photo: Victoria Pearson.)

Sunroom with burnt-orange column

One of two burnt-orange of columns leading to an airy sunroom, the tempered orange is a lively touch of color against creamy white walls. Designer: Jennifer Garrigues. (Photo by Troy Campbell.)

An orange accent wall brightens an open entry area.

An orange accent wall brightens an open entry area by designer Jay Jeffers. (Photo by Matthew Milman.)

An area of accent wall is painted bright orange.

Designer Matthew White painted a portion of an entry wall in Benjamin Moore’s Starburst Orange (2010-30). The red-orange color contrasts with the 19th-century plaster bust of Homer and the intaglio console. (From Elle Decor. Photo: Grey Crawford.)

Room with two bright vermillion lacqured Chinese chests

A duo of red-orange Chinese chests brightly punctuate a room decorated in shades of taupe. Designer: David Michael Miller. (From Luxe. Photo: Bill Timmerman.)

Brown guest bedroom with red-orange accents

In a multipurpose guest room and study, the red-orange accents of the lacquered nesting tables, as well as the leather armchair, add needed accents of bright color against the brown-toned grasscloth walls. (From Cottage Living. Photo: Robbie Caponetto and Roger Foley.)

Bedroom with red-orange accent pillows

In a ‘contrasty’ bedroom, vibrant red-orange pillows add a pop of high-impact color. (From Coastal Living. P: Laura Moss.)

Orange becomes less pronounced:

Dining room with orange console

A bright orange console is less pronounced against a mustard-toned wall in this dining room with a European flair by Jamie Drake. (From Drake Design Associates.)

Red orange accents against a tan toned wall and window with a mountain view.

Red-orange accent pillows brighten this earthy-toned space with a vast prairie and mountain view. (From Luxe. Photo: Matthew Millman.)

Guest bedroom has orange accent wall and patterned bed throw

A guest bedroom by designer Roger Thomas has an orange accent wall and a colcha-embroidery throw — both adding bright accent to the neutral-toned space. (Photo: Grey Crawford.)

Orange, Subdued a Bit

Room in Rome has accents in pumpkin-orange

The living room of designer Livia Rebecchini’s Roman palazzo apartment is accented with pumpkin – a subdued version of orange. (From Architectural Digest. Photo: Francesco Lagnese.)

Dining room has orange curtains with a terra-cotta cast

Orange curtains in a softened orange add a punch of color to this dining room with an antique armoire. The designer: Ann Holden. (From Southern Accents. Photo: William Waldron.)

Bedroom with earthy orange headboards

An earthy pumpkin tone dresses the headboards in this guest bedroom, contrasting with charcoal gray and the sky-blue stripes on the wall. (From Coastal Living. Photo: Lisa Romerein.)

Schemes with Orange

Orange accents, combined with other colors, add to the color scheme possibilities.
Living room with bright orange and soft buttercup accents

In East Hampton, New York, NR Design Studio combined tones of buttercup yellow with a pop of bright orange accents for a sunny living room. (From Luxe. Photo: Nick Johnson.)

Bedroom in white with black has accents of orange, tangerine, and hot pink.

Orange mixes with tangerine and hot pink for a fun look. White walls with bold black accents provide a strong neutral foundation for the bold accents.

Sitting area with orange sofa

An orange sofa brightens this sitting area with traditional style elements. Pale apricot walls, a soft green accent pillow and blue in the carpet create an pleasing scheme.

Dining room with orange chairs and soft green carpet

Bright red-orange dining chairs sit on a slightly bluish leaning light-green rug, making up a tweaked direct complimentary scheme. (This and the previous two images are from Better Homes & Gardens.)

Room with orange and turquoise accents

Designer Tobi Fairley has complemented orange with soft blues and greens in this showhouse room. (From Traditional Home. Photo: Nancy Nolan.)

Dining room with orange walls and bright blue accents

In this bright and lively dining room by Jamie Drake, orange walls are the backdrop for bright blue chairs and table top accents. The wall color is Benjamin Moore’s Calypso Orange (2015-30). (Image from Elle Decor. Photo: Simon Upton.)

I did reverse my focus of orange as the accent color in that last room image, where bright orange became the background instead of the accent color. The room is so fun I wanted to include it. Walls this intense can be a bit too much for some. You’ll probably know if you’re someone who’d prefer to stick with orange as pops of accent color.
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“Orange is the happiest color,” Frank Sinatra is quoted as saying. Orange was apparently his favorite color and showed up in his clothes and his homes.

Links to publication sources:

Architectural Digest. Coastal Living. Cottage Living at MyHomeIdeas. Elle Decor. House Beautiful. Luxe Interiors + Design. Southern Accents. Traditional Home.

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