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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

A Little Rusty Orange in the Master Bdrm.

I love my dresser and headboard in the Master Bedroom that I redid here and here, and I am having so much fun playing with different color schemes.  I thought I would add just a touch of Rusty Orange with the Aqua.  I am using things I already had, and that makes it even more fun.




 A couple of rusty colored pillows added to the bed was enough, I am still learning the art of less and restraint.


 Another Orange pillow on the sofa spreads the color around the room.


 I didn't have but a couple of orange flowers, so I added an orange and brown plaid ribbon to the floral arrangement.


That's it and a whole different color scheme is created.  

It's so nice when all the basics are neutral, then you can use any color combo you want.  I have fun playing and switching things around.

There is still time to join the Fall Cloche Party and to enter to win the $100 Gift Card.


I am joining the following parties:
Kim @ Savvy Southern Style for WOW Wednesday
Ivy @ Ivy and Elephants for What's It Wednesday
Kristen @ We Are That Family for Works For Me Wednesday
Lindsay @ Southern Lovely for Show and Share
Judy @ DIY by Design for Fall Into Fall
Yvonne @ Stonegable  for Tutorials - Tips and Tidbits Thursday
Gina at The Shabby Creek Cottage for Transformation Thursday
Lindsay at Southern Lovely for Show and Share Thursday
Sherry at No Minimalist Here for Open House Party on Thursdays
Katherine at Katherines Corner for Favorite Things Thursday Hop
Niki at The Vintage Farmhouse for Creative Things Thursday
Kathy at A Delightsome Life for Home and Garden Thursday
Richella at Imparting Grace for Grace at Home



30 comments:

  1. I love your little touch of orange on your bed. Yes, I try to think less is more too!

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  2. I love the color combo.It always feels good to change things around.

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  3. Good Afternoon Marty, Oh I do love your headboard, it is gorgeous. I'm a little like you when it comes to cushions, I find it is hard to practice restraint, but you have managed it perfectly. Have a lovely day. Best Wishes Daphne

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  4. I think your touch of orange is so perfect. Your bedroom is so beautiful and feels like an oasis.

    Jocelyn @
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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  5. You know I love that touch of ORANGE! pretty, pretty. I need to post one of my cloches....!! I am a bit behind.....

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  6. that color looks great in your room Marty.
    I know I say this every time you show your bedroom but again, you did a SUPERB job on that headboard~!

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  7. Very pretty, Marty! I love seeing that headboard!

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  8. So pretty, Marty! I just love the headboard! You pop of orange is so nice!

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  9. I love those colors together, but would never have thought of combining them! they work so well together. Your bedroom is so pretty!

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  10. Your master looks beautiful! I love the color combination you chose!

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  11. This post reminded me how much I love that headboard you transformed!

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  12. That headboard is beautiful! And I love the touch of orange!

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  13. So pretty, Marty! The rust adds just the right touch of color!

    XO,
    Jane

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  14. Hi Marty! I love what you did here, it is beautiful! I love your blog! :)
    ~Audra

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  15. Oh Marty, the rusty orange pillows look great on the bed and the orange in the floral arrangement pops.

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  16. Your bed headboard is beautiful Marty, I'm not tired to tell you this every time. I love the fall color you added to all the lovely bedroom decor. The dresser is so pretty too. Thank you for the wonderful and kind comments on my cloche post. Big hugs.
    FABBY

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  17. I think pillows are one of the best ways to make a room look entirely different. I love the headboard and the color combination is beautiful!

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  18. Marty,

    You've given the room just the right touch of fall! I love the aqua and rust together. Great combo!

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  19. Your bedroom is beautiful. I love your headboard.

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  20. Your bedroom looks so pretty, Marty, with just the right pops of color!

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  21. I'm pretty sure you have already "achieved warm and inviting." :)
    The fall touches are just enough. Beautiful!

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  22. Marty,
    Gorgeous with the "touch of orange"!!! You continually inspire me to "shop" my own home and re~use decor items that I already have. Many are in the closet or lower level storage...out of sight ~ out of mind..and are just what I was needing for "a lift"!!! Thank you for always inspiring!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  23. Beautiful Marty...orange is definitely "in" this season...it is all I see when I go shopping...just bought lots of orange clothing...so glad it is "in"....

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  24. Your bedroom looks great!

    =)

    Brooke

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  25. Love the little added touches of the rusty color, it adds such warmth.

    Cynthia

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  26. Marty, the added pops of orange are just perfect for this time of year. Thanks for sharing at wow.

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  27. wow beautiful headboard! Hopping over from Stone Gable :)

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  28. I love the combo of light blue and orange. soooo pretty!
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  29. Oh, Marty, I think that little touch of orange is the perfect pop of color. Your bedroom looks so lovely.

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