Color Of The Month, July 2017: Copper Tan

Color Of The Month, July 2017: Copper Tan

July's Color of the Month, Pantone Copper Tan, evokes summer fun. The peachy hue falls somewhere between a creamsicle and a sunset on the orange spectrum. Even better, it's easy to mix and match with other shades. Keep reading to see paint ideas for nearly every room in the home.

Clockwise from top left: Sherwin−Williams Inventive Orange SW6633; Olympic Orange Poppy OL609.6; PPG Carrot Cake PPG1198−5; ΒEHR Terra Cotta Clay M200−5; Glidden Canyon Stone 60YR 34/418

Related: If you like the style of the geometric design on this wall, you've got to see this TOH reader's amazing DIY nursery mural.

Αn accent wall in bronze−tinged orange paired with matching lampshades opens up a small bedroom. Choosing a warmer color than the browns used elsewhere in the room makes it feel like a burst of sunshine.

Carefully chosen shades that fall on opposite sides of the color wheel create a complementary palette. The clay color of these walls is a smart counterpoint to this living room's indigo and teal dcor.

Related: If the term "color wheel" brings back vague memories of grade school art class, it's time for a refresher. Here's an easy guideto creating a palette using the color wheel.

Opting for a vivid terra cotta from floor to ceiling is a bold move that pays dividends in this space, making details like the textured carpet and vintage vase really pop.

Related: Why choose one bright hue when there's a whole rainbow out there? See a TOH magazine remodelthat's fast become a reader favorite.

July's Color of the Month, Pantone Copper Tan, evokes summer fun. The peachy hue falls somewhere between a creamsicle and a sunset on the orange spectrum. Even better, it's easy to mix and match with other shades. Keep reading to see paint ideas for nearly every room in the home.

Clockwise from top left: Sherwin−Williams Inventive Orange SW6633; Olympic Orange Poppy OL609.6; PPG Carrot Cake PPG1198−5; ΒEHR Terra Cotta Clay M200−5; Glidden Canyon Stone 60YR 34/418

Related: If you like the style of the geometric design on this wall, you've got to see this TOH reader's amazing DIY nursery mural.

Αn accent wall in bronze−tinged orange paired with matching lampshades opens up a small bedroom. Choosing a warmer color than the browns used elsewhere in the room makes it feel like a burst of sunshine.

Carefully chosen shades that fall on opposite sides of the color wheel create a complementary palette. The clay color of these walls is a smart counterpoint to this living room's indigo and teal dcor.

Related: If the term "color wheel" brings back vague memories of grade school art class, it's time for a refresher. Here's an easy guideto creating a palette using the color wheel.

Opting for a vivid terra cotta from floor to ceiling is a bold move that pays dividends in this space, making details like the textured carpet and vintage vase really pop.

Related: Why choose one bright hue when there's a whole rainbow out there? See a TOH magazine remodelthat's fast become a reader favorite.

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