Bridget Beari Designs
Back of Bookcase: Bella No. 41
Trim and Cabinetry: Snowball No. 2
The combination of yellow and red, orange radiates both joy and rejuvenation. Merging the cheerfulness of yellow with the physical stimulation of red, orange is known to spark intuition and enable us to react on a more instinctive level. With such invigorating powers, orange is a color that I use often in my design projects.
Whether using Coco on a piece of furniture, Bella behind a bookcase or Jetta on all four guest room walls, Bridget Beari Colors Oranges have been honed into the most delicious array of oranges ever!
Dukey Pukey (pronounced Pookie) is a delicious, dusty melon color that is flattering and refreshing.
Jetta is a spirited clay color with coral undertones that casts optimism on everything it touches.
Inspired by the old stucco buildings of Europe, Bababooey is a mid-toned caramel that wraps you in timeless warmth and beauty.
A deep, sumptuous caramel, Gilla saturates a room in toasty warmth and endless sophistication.
Bella is exciting and fiery, perfect for bold impact behind bookcases and cabinets.
As sweet as peach sorbet, Farley has a touch of pink that is perfect for a bedroom that evokes the feeling of summertime.
Based upon an historic southern hue, Wrinkles is a saturated salmon that is surprisingly versatile and timeless.
Pastel in nature, Toffee brings a happy hit of orange creamsicle to sweeten up a space.
A touch of brown mutes Mischief a bit, but this saturated sunset still packs a punch.
A double dose of yellow gives Vince Charming a juicy tangerine tone.
Inspired by Caribbean sunsets, Pasha packs more red than yellow for deep, rich impact.
Inspired by Mexico’s terracotta tiles, Pepper is a rich orangey red that adds depth and warmth.
A slightly burnt deep orange with a rosy glow, Guido is perfectly piquant and packed with personality.
A bright tangerine pulled from Costa Rican sunsets, Coco is perfect for accent walls and furniture.