Gigi Hadid's bold and brilliant living room color trailblazes a trend that will bring 'happiness' to our rooms for 2024

An inviting, mood-boosting shade makes a splash in the model's living room – and the shade is one of the most popular of the coming year

Gigi Hadid
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As one of the most iconic supermodels of our time, Gigi Hadid knows a thing or two about making an impact. She's not one to shy away from color, pattern, or inventive silhouettes. Luckily, her love of boldness translates to her interior design style.

Hadid's living room idea is a prime example of her penchant for eye-catching design. The model's New York space is modern and unique.

Most notable is that Gigi's living room color scheme is unexpectedly inventive. Namely, it's gloriously orange. Her Le Mah Jong modular sofa has gorgeous bright orange cushions featuring silk fabric designed by Missoni. Her custom tray and table lighter from Edie Parker also celebrates the bold shade on the coffee table. On the sofa, Bright blue Jean Paul Gaultier decorative pillows provide a welcome color opposite contrast.

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Living up to their high-fashion provenance, Hadid's living room colors are slated to become a huge interior design trend for 2024. 'As interior design trends continue to gravitate towards organic textures and finishes, I expect to see more color schemes that closely resemble the natural environment, including burnt orange, paired with naturally finished wood tones and fresh greenery,' says Donna Wood, Principal Designer at Stonewood Interiors. We see this tendency in Hadid's space, where the bright color scheme is grounded by a jute rug on the floor and a rattan basket on the black coffee table.

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Donna Wood

Wood is an award-winning designer with over 40 years of experience in interior design and construction. Her studio, Stonewood Interiors, is based in Eastern Pennsylvania.

The bright shade is favored for its cozy and inviting feel. Hanin Smith, Southern-California-based interior designer at HIDE Studio tells Homes & Gardens: 'I'm head over heels in love with the burnt orange furniture trend! We find that it's a color that brings warmth and happiness to any room, making it a perfect fit for families with littles and pets. We like to pitch this color by different names, like "sienna" or "terracotta", depending on the client's style and vision.'

Chelsea Townhouse with bespoke paint finish on walls by Kelling Designs, www.kellingdesigns.com

(Image credit: Chelsea Townhouse with bespoke paint finish on walls by Kelling Designs)
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Hanin Smith

Smith is the Principal Designer and Owner of HIDE Studio, a boutique interior design firm in San Diego, California. Her passion for decorating spaces dates back to her childhood. After experiencing the culture shock of immigrating to the United States, she used her design skills to create a sanctuary at home. Now she leverages her design expertise to help others live in elevated comfort and create a feeling of belonging and safety that we call home.

Decorating with orange is a versatile way to add vibrancy to your home. Though it has a reputation of being incredibly bold and eye-catching, when paired with neutral or wood accents it can also be a grounding, inviting color. Whether it's an entire wall or just a splash through an accent pillow, this shade is always an excellent choice.


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Though a designer sofa is a great way to integrate Hadid's color trend, the scheme can also be easily achieved through well-placed orange accessories.


Orange is a warm and cozy color that can boost mood and create an inviting atmosphere in any space, especially Gigi Hadid's.

News Editor

I am a London-based News Editor at Homes & Gardens. My interests lie at the intersection of design and popular culture focusing on trends and celebrity homes. Before joining Future, I worked as a Content Writer and Communications Lead for Fig Linens and Home, a luxury linens and home interiors brand. I have a BA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College and an MSc from the Oxford University Department of Anthropology.