Dark Orange Curtains For Living Room

Sep 10, 2012 6 Comments by

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6 Responses to “Dark Orange Curtains For Living Room”

  1. salad says:

    Dark Orange Curtains For Living Room – Fantastic stuff, these are the article types that pave the way for budding bloggers. A great starter kit for times of writers block too.Nice resource Kim!

    • Gautam says:

      My husband and I live in Vancouver’s West End. We’ve had a grund floor apanmtert for 6 1/2 years and my husband is always commenting that everyone likes to look in our Windows! He is from Mexico where people live behind huge cement walls and have bars on their windows. (For safety). It’s funny how differently we all live in different parts of the world. I love walking through the West end at night and looking in everyone elses windows!

    • Thiago says:

      It’s the same here in Sweden, I don’t know anyone who use heavy curntias and people seldom have their blinds down during daytime. We want all precious light we can get! When I have lived on the ground floor I usually feel a little uncomfortable at first having all those people being able to look inside, but after a while I just forget about it.

  2. Ginny Doxie says:

    Very interesting information!Perfect just what I was looking for! Love Orange Curtains!!!

    • Erika says:

      Hi 90’s Ginger Coloured Cabinets,An off-white like Cloud white would work here, wall colour sluohd be chosen based on colours that you’re decorating with in your home, that will determine whether the colour has a yellow, red or green undertone to it.Dear Kraftmaid Cabinets,See advice above re: wall colour. To pick a colour without knowing what colours are in your house would be adding an opinion without any reason which would not help you further.Hi Virginia,If your countertop is black, cloud white is a good white without being too white.Hi Beth,Your story made me giggle!! Get those white countertops quick!!Dear White Dove,Your cabinets will not look gray as all colours technically get ‘twice as bright’ anyway. Keep the cabinets the same.HI Linda,A colour like oxford would start looking stark with warmer, earthier tones! Change it to Mountain Peak White.Hi Antique cabinets,I would NOT introduce a backsplash tile in a whiter white that you don’t have already in your kitchen. I would not introduce the travertine for the reason you gave, keep it cream to match the cabinets. That granite would look good with a yellow beige like Monroe Bisque or Powell Buff.Dear Barbara,White would be absolutely fine with your counters, how about a wood floor to relate to the counters?Pale yellow like Filtered Sunlight would be nice. I always love yellow!Maria

    • Tinie says:

      I love your blog. I’m learning so much from it thank you. I read this post about ciartuns and as an American, I find these remarks interesting and in some ways amusing (and I don’t mean that in a negative way). I love being able to see the life going on in people’s homes, but with my own home, especially during dinnertime, I always feel a little sense of relief when I pull down the shades. It makes me feel as though I can shut out the world and my family can have its own little corner that’s none of anybody’s business. I feel a little like a zoo animal eating dinner with the windows open. But it seems my thinking is the opposite of the cultural thinking you describe. I wonder if some of this comes from living in a society I perceive as so large and so disparate? that it becomes very comforting to shut it out and have privacy. I love where I live, and I’m very happy being American, but maybe living in a smaller, more uniform, more predictable society gives people a different sense of their relationship with the public eye.