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Red is bold. Red is daring. Red in a master bedroom design says a lot about the person who sleeps there. Using red can be very pleasing for comfort, relaxation and even stimulation.
Red designs are open as far as your imagination will allow. The color wheel can have red in any position and make it work. Primary, accent only or over-done, red can always work in a master bedroom.
Check out our photo gallery of red master bedroom designs for more ideas on how to use red in your bedroom.
Red As A Dominant Color
Red will play well with any color and almost any shade. Red and pink, red and black, red and green; they all compliment each other. Red can be applied generously to the walls or a single accent wall.
We studied 332061 master bedroom designs and found that 3569 of them used red as the design color. Accenting in red is simple. Going all out with red can be daunting if not daring, but too much red isn’t really a thing.
Choose how much red and what shades that best suit your desires and you will end up with a master bedroom you will never want to leave.
How to Accent With Red
Since red works with virtually every color, your accent design options are left wide open. If you are going for a darker look than using gray and black in your accents will work very well. If you have a lot of light in the master bedroom, utilizing darker accents will allow the room to capture the light and make it more comfortable for the eye.
Likewise, having a dominant dark red accented with bright and cheerful whites and reds will tie a room together efficiently and with a bold gusto. Lamp bases and shades, as well as pillows, chair coverings and throw rugs done in red will make the room have dazzling eye-lines from floor to ceiling.
Design Styles Red Works With
Red won’t collaborate with every style or theme out there. Traditional themes and beach styles won’t utilize red very well as these are usually softer and brighter in their color schemes.
Modern and contemporary styles will use red colors eagerly. Their bold statements and daring design features beg to be accentuated with the red spectrum. You will also find a use for red in the modern, Southwestern, and rustic styles. These themes work best with red as an accent color as well as primary or dominant color.