It’s almost Halloween and we are full into the fall season, if not almost done with it, so before that happens let’s look at colors of fall like the orange exterior of this Spanish style house.
A terracotta wall drenched in orange.
A reddish/orange classic style Queen Anne with white trim, tower and gable roof, and palladium window located in Atlanta. Queen Anne houses are like English Muffins with lots of nooks and crannies; just look at the many places to sit or look out from and this is just the front of the house.
A sweet little carriage house gets noticed painted in attention grabbing orange.
Modern houses want to be orange.
Orange to the human eye is a very hot color meaning heat, but is not as aggressive as red. Orange has the energy of red and the happiness of yellow. Orange is joy, sunshine, the tropics, and represents enthusiasm, fascination, creativity, determination, attraction, encouragement, success and is stimulating.
Orange you glad I showed you some orange houses? They are super special, not the norm, and bring to mind the season of fall, eating oranges, vitamin C, orange slice candy, sunsets, and happiness. Have a happy day my friends.
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