You Can't Go Wrong With Nature's Color Palette: 7 Real Life Rooms that Embrace Warm, Earthy Hues

You Can't Go Wrong With Nature's Color Palette: 7 Real Life Rooms that Embrace Warm, Earthy Hues

Adrienne Breaux
Jul 2, 2016
(Image credit: Lindsey Kay Averill)

When trying to decide what colors to use to decorate your home, you can't go wrong with warm colors found in nature. Painted on the walls, colors like reds, oranges, browns, golden yellows and even some greens add intensity to a room, wrapping it in warmth. Boldly painted walls increase the passion in a home, creating rooms that almost glow. Here are seven rooms fully embracing earthy colors to inspire your own nature-colored palettes.

Obsidian by Restoration Hardware is used in the living room of Tim's Contemporary Urban Desert Home. Deep orange sofas complement nicely.

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The bedroom in Ayah's Bicoastal Craftsman Bungalow has a warm, rich golden yellow on the walls. The color Ayah used isn't mentioned, but I think Sherwin Williams' "Bee" comes close.

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Benjamin Moore's Tuscan Red warms up the eclectic space in this Global, Hand-Crafted, Old-World Style in Brooklyn.

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Benjamin Moore's Oregano is a mossy, earthy green that wraps this kid's bedroom in natural vibes.

(Image credit: Andrea Sparacio)

Emma & Mike's Whimsical Home in Brooklyn features a den with a red-orange wall paint color that is reminiscent of a sunset. Sherwin Williams' Obstinate Orange would be a good match if you wanted to recreate this look.

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Valspar's Hazelnut Coffee creates excitement in the bedroom of Jeremy's Southwest Modern Arizona Abode.

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It's not just wall paint that can be used to add earthy colors into your home; a wood wall feature also adds warmth, like in Edmund & Heidi's Traditional & Post-Modern Mix in Montreal.

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