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Did you hear the news? Carrot orange is our chosen hue for March’s Color of the Month. It’s bold, vibrant and definitely represents the upcoming season to a T. I mean, it was practically a unanimous vote when meeting newcomer Kelly Smith-Trimble pitched the color with a picture of fresh-out-of-the-garden carrots and other spring-inspired favorites. We couldn’t resist!

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9 Responses

  1. RSS says:

    I've always liked this color a lot. Love the board.

  2. Elza says:

    The sofa pictured is great.

  3. Bird says:

    Loving the orange bowler hat!

  4. Lois J. says:

    A great color choice this month.

  5. Kathryn says:

    so if i painted a 70's large wardrobe this color, sell or not…that is the question

  6. Orange was never my favorite color but recently we moved the tv to our enclosed porch. It is a nice bright space and I found great orange throw pillows at Marshall's and bright tropical print fabric at Joann's. The fabric is now bright valances and our sky blue sofa has the orange pillows. I am enjoying adding accents as I find them. So instead of complaining about the snowing outside (New England) we are basking in the orange glow!

  7. Blanca says:

    Me gusta mucho el color naranja (I love the orange color)

  8. Debbie says:

    I love this color! Great Choice

  9. Gavin says:

    Steve,You are the coolest. I would love to have some frnirtuue made by you. I actually called you about the bathtub some months ago. We ended up going with a cast iron. Have an pieces sitting around you want to get rid of? .lol . have a good one and good luck with the blog.

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