Sometimes the latest interior design color trend matches the hue we love to see on the red carpet. Right now, it’s marigold. Here are the fashion moments we’ve loved, and complimentary home decor ideas inspired by them.
First Lady Michelle Obama stunned in a fitted marigold dress at her husband’s final State of the Union Address in mid-January.
Similarly inspiring, these marigold couches exude luxury and sophistication — especially when paired with a matching rug and curtains.
Leslie Mann makes marigold demure with a full, bright skirt, proving you don’t have to go all-marigold to wear the statement well.
Taking a cue from Leslie, this walk-in closet uses an oversized ottoman to bring one major color pop into the room.
Jennifer Lopez stunned in her 2016 Golden Globes gown — looking fiercer than ever.
Following JLo’s style, this marigold ceiling refuses to be ignored — it makes a bold statement right from the start.
The wedding scene during 2015’s The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel garnered much of our affection thanks to the use of darker marigold hues.
A darker, more orange shade of marigold makes an appearance in this stairway. Combined with the lighter marigold accent on the wall, it’s safe to say we’re in love with this design.
Actress America Ferrera also walked the 2016 Golden Globes red carpet styled in a marigold gown.
This bright marigold desk reminds us of America Ferrera, as it stands out more than any other element in the room.
Solange Knowles stunned in her structural marigold dress — a daring street style look.
Just like Ms. Knowles, this marigold room doesn’t hold back. Bright, committed, and inspiring, other rooms should take their cues from this space.