Choose your perfect shade of Burnt Orange!

These are the on-trend shades of Burnt Orange for 2024 – which will you choose?

Orange may not seem like a very practical color for decorating, as for some people it can be a bit too warm and overwhelming.

This is because it’s so bright a lot of the time, but you can darken it to make it a cozy color option.

This collection of 25 shades of burnt orange will give you plenty to choose from for your color scheme needs!

Here are our Readers Most Voted for Shades of Burnt Orange

Burnt Orange

RGB: 204, 85, 0
Hex: #CC5500
Common Uses: Cozy spaces and living rooms.
Matches well with: Light blue.


Standard burnt orange is a lovely warm, dark shade of orange that takes the edge off brighter, louder shades of the color. This makes it a great accent or even a dominant color in a cozy space.

Dark Burnt Orange

RGB: 139, 69, 0
Hex: #8B4500
Common Uses: Color accents and outdoor spaces.
Matches well with: Pastel yellow.


Dark burnt orange is a brownish darker take on the color, and this will make it eve more palatable to people who don’t normally like brighter colors.

It would be great for outdoor areas like walls, for example.

Deep Burnt Orange

RGB: 255, 69, 0
Hex: #FF4500
Common Uses: Warm color schemes and eye-catching elements.
Matches well with: Light blue.


I like a bit of warmth and vibrancy to colors sometimes, and deep burnt orange brings back some warmth while keeping the subtlety of the previous shades.

This will make any space a lot cozier to be in!

Rust Burnt Orange

RGB: 183, 65, 14
Hex: #B7410E
Common Uses: Earthy color schemes and living rooms.
Matches well with: Dark pastel yellow.


Rust burnt orange is a deep color that has a brownish hue to it which makes it great as a darker color accent, color scheme or supplement. You could also use it for a living room to make it dark and cozy.

Copper Burnt Orange

RGB: 184, 115, 51
Hex: #B87333
Common Uses: Office spaces or some exterior walls.
Matches well with: Light Red.


Copper burnt orange has a nice mix between light and dark as well as bright and muted. I would use this for the walls of an office or maybe some exterior home walls, but what else could you use it for?

Sienna Burnt Orange

RGB: 160, 82, 45
Hex: #A0522D
Common Uses: Rocky or earthy décor themes.
Matches well with: Pastel red.


Sienna burnt orange is a dark, earthy color that makes it perfect for décor themes that are earth or rock based. It’s another one that would also be great for exterior walls.

Pair it with a pastel red for an amazing combination!

Terracotta Burnt Orange

RGB: 226, 114, 91
Hex: #E2725B
Common Uses: Girl’s rooms and nurseries.
Matches well with: Light green.


Some of the shades in this collection lean more toward being brown, but this one has a pink hue to it while maintaining some richness. You could easily use this for a girl’s bedroom or cozy nursery, among other things!

Clay Burnt Orange

RGB: 205, 133, 63
Hex: #CD853F
Common Uses: Living rooms or offices.
Matches well with: Burnt yellow.


As the name suggests, clay burnt orange has a light brown color reminiscent of clay. It’s subtle enough to be a great choice for a living room, office or similar space that you want to feel calm and inviting.

Pumpkin Burnt Orange

RGB: 255, 117, 24
Hex: #FF7518
Common Uses: Fall themes and color accents.
Matches well with: Bright yellow.


Pumpkin burnt orange makes me think of Fall and Halloween, and so I think it would be perfect to use for a room that has a Fall theme to it. It’s a great shade for Halloween decorations as well!

Tangerine Burnt Orange

RGB: 255, 165, 0
Hex: #FFA500
Common Uses: Vibrant color schemes and posters.
Matches well with: Light blue.


Tangerine burnt orange has a wonderful warmth and richness to it that I love! It may be a bit overpowering as a dominant color, but you could make it work with various color schemes.

It’s also great for posters and signs that need to catch the eye and grab attention.

Maple Burnt Orange

RGB: 255, 165, 0
Hex: #FFA500
Common Uses: Muted color schemes and color accents.
Matches well with: Muted blue.


Maple burnt orange is a light, rich brownish orange that is mild enough that it can be used as a dominant color for a room. You could also pair it with a lighter blue for an interesting yet incredible color combination.

Amber Burnt Orange

RGB: 255, 126, 0
Hex: #FF7E00
Common Uses: Retro styles and bright color schemes.
Matches well with: Bright red.


Amber burnt orange is a rich, vibrant shade that really draws in the eye and makes you feel warm and comforted. It’s good for retro styles or can be used as part of a brighter, warmer color scheme.

Do you have a room in mind for this color?

Apricot Burnt Orange

RGB: 255, 218, 185
Hex: #FFDAB9
Common Uses: Girl’s bedrooms or parties.
Matches well with: Light yellow.


The rich pinkness of apricot burnt orange will be popular as a color scheme for a girl’s bedroom. It can also be amazing when used for party décor and as a pairing with light yellow.

Peach Burnt Orange

RGB: 255, 218, 185
Hex: #FFDAB9
Common Uses: Nurseries and playrooms.
Matches well with: Baby blue.


Softer colors are great for babies and toddlers, as they won’t run the risk of being overwhelming. You could use peach burnt orange as a lovely soft shade for a nursery, playroom or bedroom.

It would also look great as a living room wall color!

Caramel Burnt Orange

RGB: 255, 165, 79
Hex: #FFA54F
Common Uses: Bedrooms or living room décor.
Matches well with: Bright blue.


Caramel burnt orange is a softer, peachy shade of orange that is soft yet warm. It would be soft enough as a bedroom color, and it can also be used for various living room décor and decorative elements.

Brick Burnt Orange

RGB: 156, 102, 31
Hex: #9C661F
Common Uses: Outdoor spaces or contrast to brighter colors.
Matches well with: Burnt dark yellow.


Brick burnt orange is a dark, rich color that could be a bit heavy if used in the wrong way. Used correctly, it can help to ground a color scheme and create an amazing color contrast.

Spice Burnt Orange

RGB: 254, 103, 27
Hex: #FE671B
Common Uses: Fall themes or warm schemes.
Matches well with: Neon yellow.


Spice burnt orange also reminds me of cozy Fall days and vibes, and so I think it would be another great color for a Fall themed room or display. You could also use it as a bright highlight to a more muted color scheme.

Ginger Burnt Orange

RGB: 176, 101, 0
Hex: #B06500
Common Uses: Kitchen walls or muted color schemes.
Matches well with: Dark red.


Ginger burnt orange definitely matches the spice it is named after. It would be a good choice for kitchens or areas you want to have a warm and inviting feeling.

It’s beautiful and rich when used properly and could be what you’re looking for!

Paprika Burnt Orange

RGB: 193, 27, 23
Hex: #C11B17
Common Uses: Living rooms and bedroom décor.
Matches well with: Light purple.


Paprika burnt orange has a warm redness to it that creates a really inviting, cozy feel. I could see myself using it for a living room or for pillows, curtains or other décor elements for a warm and inviting bedroom setting.

Mahogany Burnt Orange

RGB: 192, 64, 0
Hex: #C04000
Common Uses: Warm living room decorations and color complements.
Matches well with: Turquoise.


Mahogany burnt orange may be a bit too dark and intense for some color schemes, but it can really create a great contrast with lighter colors like turquoise.

It’s also a great choice for decorative elements in a living room with a warm color scheme.

Nutmeg Burnt Orange

RGB: 140, 86, 61
Hex: #8C563D
Common Uses: Outdoor walls or curtains.
Matches well with: Dark blue.


Nutmeg burnt orange is another shade with a brownish hue that can be an amazing dark color accent. Indoors, it can be used for curtains or other decorative elements to create some dark focal points to a room.

Chestnut Burnt Orange

RGB: 149, 69, 53
Hex: #954535
Common Uses: Dark color themes and outdoor spaces.
Matches well with: Dark purple.


Chestnut burnt orange is a warm, dark shade that could be used in many different settings. It would bring a bit of warmth and comfort to a darker color scheme and could also be used outdoors.

Henna Burnt Orange

RGB: 203, 65, 11
Hex: #CB410B
Common Uses: Kitchens and bedroom elements.
Matches well with: Burnt yellow.


Henna burnt orange practically radiates warmth and comfort, and it may be my personal favorite of the collection. I’m thinking of using this for my bedroom curtains and duvet to complement my yellow color scheme.

Burnt Umber

RGB: 138, 51, 36
Hex: #8A3324
Common Uses: Kitchen or outdoor walls.
Matches well with: Deep turquoise.


Burnt umber is our final darker shade, and it also has a lot of different applications. You could use this for a cozy kitchen color scheme or maybe for some outdoor walls.

Can you picture yourself using this shade of burnt orange?

Terra Cotta Burnt Orange

RGB: 226, 114, 91
Hex: #E2725B
Common Uses: Girl’s rooms or bedroom walls.
Matches well with: Light blue.


Our final shade is terra cotta burnt orange, a wonderfully rich and vibrant pinkish shade that would be perfect for a girl’s room or a bedroom color scheme in general.

In Summary

There was so much variety to this collection of burnt orange shades, and it’s hard to pick a favorite! As I mentioned before, henna burnt orange was my personal favorite because of its rich, warm color.

Maybe you share my favorite or have a few of your own! There are no wrong answers, so have fun experimenting with these warm, vibrant shades of bright orange when decorating.

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