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Red-Orange: High-Energy Hue Red-orange is the epitome of intensity; there is nothing calm whatsoever about this tone, making it an excellent choice for spaces that are meant to encourage creativity, activity or playfulness. When paired with white, red-orange rooms achieve a sense of balance.
Designer Linda Woodrum continued the contemporary style and pleasing hues from HGTV Green Home 2010 in the home’s bold master bedroom suite. The cherry-toned, four-poster bed was creatively crafted from old doors and set on wheels for a modern look. The sheer canopy adds drama to the room and creates a beautiful contrast against the red hues.
Name: Kim and George Nguyen Location: Brooklyn Heights — Brooklyn, New York Size: 725 square feet Years lived in: 4 years — own When Kim and George moved into their apartment located on a charming tree lined block of Brooklyn Heights, they had their work cut out for them. The space was outdated with old appliances and the walled off kitchen area felt claustrophobic. Working on and off over the next two and a half years, the couple embarked on a renovation project that had them sleeping on the floor and living out of boxes.