35 Red Living Room Ideas for 2019

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As a lover of the color red, you may wonder how you can incorporate the bold color into your living room without overdoing it. The good news is that there are plenty of living room designs that use and look great with red as the main hue.

Out of the 552,888 living rooms and 14 colors analyzed, 1.65 percent (or 9,150) have red as the dominant color.

Choosing Red as Your Dominant Design Color

If red is your favorite color, you probably don’t think twice about using it throughout your home and in your living room. The color red may mean different things to different people, but in general, it can represent power, energy, strength, love, celebration, and luck.

Although the color red is often associated with danger and other negative feelings, it is meant to have positive associations in interior design. While red can definitely be positive, it’s dynamic and stands out, so you need to decide how to use the color in your living room.

If you do decide to go all out with red in your living room, don’t forget to balance it out with a little lighter color, as seen in some Modern Style living rooms.

Using Red Accents

Even if you love red, you may not be ready to paint it all over your living room. Finding pillows, drapes, and even artwork with red as a prominent color is an excellent way to show off your the vibrant hue.

You can even choose a red rug or a red coffee table to use as the focal point in a living room with neutral colors or wood tones.

Choosing the Right Shade

Not sure how you feel about a bright scarlet red? Remember, red comes in a variety of shades from Maroon to Firebrick. Mix and match some shades or find a shade that makes your living room feel comfortable.

Don’t be afraid use complementary colors, such as gray, mint green, blue, or beige (colors vary depending on the shade of red you choose).

Selecting a Design

If you don’t have a specific design picked out for your living room, there are many designs that incorporate the color red. Asian, Farmhouse, and Mediterranean designs use red often but there are no strict rules when it comes to living room designs. If you love a design, but don’t see the prominent use of red, incorporate a little bit of red, see how it looks, and add more.

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