lies mid way between red and yellow. The word comes from the Arabic word narange meaning
orange, and before the arrival of the fruit there was no European
word for orange, the closest being tan gold and tawny. And youíve never seen an orange owl have you?
Well I like it but to be honest I wouldnít use too much of it on
large areas, a little here and there goes a long way. Too
stimulating for me. Great
used in kitchens dining areas and
But softened into the peach tones itís easy to use. As
are all the pastel shades. The browns and terra cottas are in here
too of course and then thereís copper bronze and gold.
The stronger shades, great again in studies and dens, the pastels anywhere
really. spice them up with splashes of hot and bright, keep them serene with cool
creams and sweeten with the contrasting pastels.
hear any negative associations with orange. No orange in the face,
or orange with envy. Orange is considered a joyful colour and one
hennaed my hair after a bad perm and it turned bright orange before
turning into matted straw and having to be cut into the wood."
thatís the best I can do at the minute. Can you help?"
Red | Yellow | Green
| Blue | Indigo
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It seems O.K. there but I think I prefer here
Makes your mouth water
So that's what you do with it
I saw an orange one
Or was it here?