The top row of the large photo contains the 3 colors that I’m mixing with the Burnt Orange (OG) on the far right. The bottom 3 colors are the colors mixes created by mixing the color directly above with equal portions (1:1) of the Burnt Orange. Of course, any of these colors or mixes can be used in combination with any other colors you wish, but I’ve picked 3 palettes of colors using ONLY the original colors and their mixes above.
This color can stand on its own, but in mixes – it really is a game changer! And it always brings a little mid-century vibe to the color palette.
#1 See what I mean? Classic mid-century colors here. This palette makes me want to redo my kitchen.
#2 I really like that warm brass mix that the Silver (S) and Burnt Orange (OG) creates – its warm/cool in this palette.
#3 Now the Burnt Orange really brings the warmth into a cool palette!
Oh my! WHAT a mix color this little jewel is! Don’t believe me? Just mix it with different amounts of White – the more White you add, the more buttery yellow it gets. The more Burnt Orange you mix with the White the brighter the orange hue becomes.