Bold, bright, and orange! The Hermes silk scarf made it famous, Frank Sinatra coined it as “the happiest color,” and it remains a darling of design. This year, orange has found it’s way into our hearts through the ever-inspiring mix of décor and citrus. With Halloween just around the corner, we’re celebrating the color, craft, and feast of orange.
Tarnished silver, orange peel, and wood grain. We find a perfect balance between the exquisite and the fragrant in this centerpiece by lifestyle photographer Nicole Franzen.
Must have: this gorgeous stack of orange scarves in plaid and hounds tooth prints. We’ll take one of each, please!
The fragrant work of peeling citrus fruits brightens our senses as we anticipate all the ways we can enjoy them. What to do with all that left over peel? This colorful photo inspired us to discover how versatile (and sweet) the orange really is.
Learn how to make these beautiful orange peel roses here.
Look at these clever, orange peel birdfeeders we found on Sheri Silver’s lovely blog.After writing this post, we have agree with Sinatra. Orange is the happiest color!
Written by Holly at ink & peat