Over the last several years, it seems many of us have been trying to remove orange-toned wood from our homes.
What with gray and colorless spaces reigning supreme, and white-washed wood tones seeming to be so on-trend and in-style, it seems that orange-toned wood had just too much color, too much richness, and stood out way too much.
For the ever-so-popular greige Belgian look, many have been removing the orange-toned wood from the room.
I am wondering, however…
Is orange-toned wood back on-trend? Or, did it ever leave at all?
The thing about orange-toned wood — when it’s done with quality wood, with richness, and in partnership with cool tones that cause the wood to become the color in the room — is that it’s always beautiful. Really, there’s no denying that.
Do you see how those cool whites and grays enhance the color of that wood? (right) How the wood is a perfect balance to the cool tones? How the contrast of warm and cool makes this space interesting, accentuates the quality of the marble, and adds warmth to an otherwise cold environment?
And, well, could anything be more hip or popular than Uber right now? So, what does that tell you? I mean really... Could that island (right) be any more beautiful?
Let’s see some more!