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Contemporary red kitchen with blue tiles flooring and high ceiling along with white wall.Photo by CITYDESKSTUDIO, Inc. - Discover kitchen design ideas

Traditional red kitchen with built-in cabinets and marble kitchen counter.Photo by Design Studio Tsupikov Nikolay - Search kitchen pictures

Contemporary red kitchen with regular white ceiling and recessed ceiling lights along with tiles flooring.Photo by Ensoul Ltd - More kitchen photos

Rustic red kitchen with wooden beams ceiling and hardwood flooring along with built-in cabinets and breakfast bar.Photo by Winkelman Architecture - Browse kitchen ideas

Contemporary red kitchen with built-in shelving and pendant light.Photo by Gleba+Störmer - Look for kitchen design inspiration

Contemporary red kitchen with ceiling fam and built-in cabinets along with track and recessed ceiling lights.Source: Zillow DigsTM

Contemporary red kichen with hardwood framed glass window together with tray ceiling and marble kitchen table.Source: Zillow DigsTM

Modern red kitchen hardwood flooring and high ceiling along with green tiles wall.Source: Zillow DigsTM

Contemporary red kitchen hardwood flooring and red with orange tiles wall together with a couple of pendant lights.Source: Zillow DigsTM

Contemporary red kitchen with hardwood flooring and recessed ceiling lights together with a pendant and skylight ceiling lights.Source: Zillow DigsTM

Red modern kitchen in g-shape with pendant lighting, stainless steel appliances, a central island and peninsula.

Red modern g-shape kitchen with flat panel cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and 2 islands.Source: Zillow Digs TM

Large white kitchen with red and white wallpaper. This kitchen contains 2 large islands, one for a work space and the other as an eat-in counter.Source: Zillow Digs TM

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There are many ways you can express yourself in color when designing a kitchen. You can add elements of the color with furnishings and décor, or you can paint the walls the color of your choice. While red kitchen design ideas are not that popular, less than 11,350 out of 900,000 kitchens surveyed were red, and it is a bold color choice.

Choosing the Best Red

If you want a red kitchen, you must first choose which color of red you want to use. The direction that the kitchen faces can help influence the color palette for the kitchen. A kitchen that faces the south or southwest lends itself to more fiery colors, such as bright red.

Red is also a good color for kitchens that face northwest, but instead of fiery reds, they should be deeper in color. A cranberry or maroon red is often best for kitchens facing that direction. The design style of the kitchen can be a consideration as well.

Red in Kitchen Designs

Mid-century modern kitchen designs can be perfect for the color red. You can choose a retro look by selecting 1950s elements like a Formica table with chairs covered in bright red vinyl. Then, you can add red appliances like a red stand mixer, toaster, or red pots and pans to match the theme.

Red would also go well in eclectic kitchens, especially if you add elements like a copy of Andy Warhol’s soup can painting, or collectible items from Coca-Cola or other companies who use red as one of their primary colors.

For kitchens with a more formal style, a deep red, like a wine red, may be the best color for the kitchen. You can paint the walls with the darker red or perhaps just one wall as an accent color for the kitchen. It can also be incorporated by choosing a dark red wood stain for the cabinets and other wood elements in the room.

Here are some red kitchen design ideas you may wish to incorporate in your home.

Use Red Carefully

Red can be an overwhelming color if you are not careful using it in the kitchen. Bright red walls may be too intense for many people, and red attracts heat, so your kitchen can be too hot during the summer months if you use it everywhere. However, with a subtitler approach, red can be a great color for your kitchen.