We showcase red interior design ideas for most main rooms of the home. You can access the various design galleries below. We’ve organized it by room.
Red is definitely not the most popular color option for rooms (most bright colors aren’t), but it people do research it for adding accent colors. Our galleries showcase rooms that have lots and a touch of red. Before we get to the individual galleries, we feature a shades of red color chart to give you an idea of the color spectrum.
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Shades of Red Color Chart
Red Room Trending Chart
Interestingly, red kitchens are the most searched for the term by quite a bit compared to other rooms. I suppose this makes sense given the kitchen is the most often renovated room these days. Here’s the chart comparing trends of various red rooms of the home.
Red Interior Color Examples
1. Red Kitchens
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.
This kitchen features red kitchen counters and cabinetry, along with white countertops and hardwood flooring.
A red kitchen featuring red counters, cabinetry and center island with black granite countertops.
A dine-in kitchen featuring red kitchen counters and cabinetry. The square dining room is finished in black and is lighted by pendant lighting.
A kitchen with a red accent. It has red kitchen counters, cabinetry and bar stools. The white walls and white countertops look perfect together with the red accent.
This kitchen features classy red cabinetry and kitchen counters that match the red dining nook.
A minimalist red kitchen featuring white countertops and red kitchen counters, along with red micro tiles backsplash.
A small kitchen featuring red kitchen counters and cabinetry, along with black granite countertops.
This kitchen features a small breakfast bar and a few built-in shelves. The white kitchen countertops look great together with the kitchen’s red accent.
This kitchen features attractive red micro tiles backsplash, matching the red kitchen counters and cabinetry.
Kitchen featuring a red accent, along with green micro tiles backsplash and black granite countertops.
2. Red Dining Rooms
Make a statement with a red dining room. Red is more popular than you think because it’s bold and as you’ll see below, can be grand and elegant. While not for everyone, red can certainly be an interesting interior design color scheme. Red offers a way to make a room more inviting by the warmth it brings to space. A room with northern exposure can have the same welcoming atmosphere as a sunny one. The color makes a difference. You can use it as an overall color or on the trim for a more understated appearance.
This dining room boasts a square dining table set lighted by a fancy chandelier, surrounded by elegant red walls.
This dining room boasts elegant red walls surrounding the rectangular dining table set on top of the large rug covering the hardwood flooring.
This kitchen offers a wooden dining table and chairs set on top of a rug and is surrounded by rich red walls.
A classy dining area with a tray ceiling, red walls, and hardwood flooring. The green window curtains add style to space.
A nicely set dining table and chairs lighted by gorgeous-looking pendant lights, surrounded by rich red walls.
This dining room features rich red walls with a white accent. The classy dining table and chairs set is lighted by a chandelier hanging from the tray ceiling.
Spacious kitchen featuring classy red walls and gray tiles flooring covered by a large rug. It has a white tray ceiling lighted by a fancy chandelier.
This dining room boasts an elegant dining table and chairs set surrounded by luxurious-looking red walls lighted by a gorgeous chandelier.
Spacious dining area featuring red walls and hardwood floors. The room has a wooden dining table and chairs set along with a vintage piano on the side.
Large dining area featuring a beautiful large rug covering the hardwood flooring. The table and chairs set look classy, surrounded by red walls.
3. Red Foyers
Red is a very versatile color that can set a traditional, romantic, or modern tone for your foyer. A few red accents will make a neutral entry more lively and choosing red flooring or red walls will make the entire room warmer. Besides making your home easy to find, a red door is going to add charm and character to your entry.
Eclectic style foyer with checker ceiling and red walls, along with two chairs near the doorway and multiple framed wall decors.
Modern entryway with stylish archway and red walls, along with rich dark hardwood floors.
Traditional entry featuring a fireplace, red walls with white accent and hardwood flooring topped by a round rug.
Traditional entry with solid red walls, wooden ceiling with black beams and large tiles flooring topped by a rug.
Spacious foyer featuring reddish hardwood flooring topped by a rug, along with dark red walls and a fancy chandelier.
Small entryway with tiles flooring, red walls, and a white accent.
A foyer surrounded by a dark red shade. It has a shed ceiling with a skylight and a pendant lighting. The tiles flooring looks classy as well.
A red foyer featuring a rustic centerpiece table lighted by a marvelous grand chandelier.
4. Red Primary Bedrooms
Red is bold. Red is daring. Red in a primary 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 primary bedroom.
Primary bedroom featuring red walls and brick terracotta tiles floors, along with a rustic ceiling and built-in shelves.
Eclectic primary bedroom with rustic brick walls and hardwood floors, along with chairs on both sides and a side table.
Eclectic style primary bedroom with a stunning large bed surrounded by red walls and carpet flooring.
Traditional red primary bedroom featuring elegant walls and red velvet bed in front of a fireplace with a TV on top of it.
Spacious traditional primary bedroom with well-polished hardwood flooring and classy red walls.
A primary bedroom with a glamorous bed setup along with elegant red walls and carpet flooring.
Modish primary bedroom featuring a stylish bed set on top of the hardwood flooring and is surrounded by red walls.
Spacious primary bedroom featuring red walls, a large bed and a pair of seats on the side. The room also has a tall ceiling and classy carpet flooring.
This primary bedroom features brick walls and a red couch on the side. The room is lighted by track lights.
Large primary bathroom featuring carpet flooring and red walls, along with a wooden tray ceiling. There are a classy bed and a nice seat with a large footrest.
5. Red Primary Bathrooms
When you think of a bathroom, you usually think of a relaxing space with a cozy atmosphere. Red primary bathroom design ideas may not be your first thought for a remodel, and it’s one of the colors used the least in the 948,706 bathrooms we studied. Red was the primary color in only 7,212, or 0.76%, of them. But, don’t count the color out yet, because it could be the perfect way to add a unique look to your bathroom while still making it sleek and inviting.
Modern primary bathroom boasting a stunning modernized bathtub surrounded by rich red colored walls.
This primary bathroom features a Romantic-style drop-in tub surrounded by red walls and is lighted by a small chandelier.
This primary bathroom offers a drop-in tub and a sink counter, both with black marble tiles. The walls look attractive as well.
A primary bathroom featuring a freestanding tub near the stunning wall decor and is lighted by candlelight ceiling lighting.
Large primary bathroom with an elegant red theme along with marble tiles flooring. The drop-in tub with a mermaid statue looks absolutely marvelous.
Primary bathroom with elegant red cabinetry matching the red walls along with a large rug that looks classy.
Modish primary bathroom with charming micro red tiles walls and floating vanity with a vessel sink.
Rustic primary bathroom featuring a freestanding tub and a single vessel sink lighted by wall and pendant lights.
A primary bathroom featuring reddish hardwood floors, a drop-in tub with a reddish platform and a wooden regular ceiling.
A primary bathroom featuring a double sink and a reddish sink counter matching the wall’s accent.
6. Red Living Rooms
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. 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.
An elegant living space featuring classy seats, gorgeous window curtains and a stunning grand chandelier hanging from the red coffered ceiling.
This living room offers dark gray seats and a black fireplace, along with a very stylish rug covering the black tiles flooring.
A spacious living room with a freestanding bookshelf surrounded by red walls.
Large living room with elegant carpet flooring. The room offers a nice set of seats and a fireplace keeping the place warm.
An elegant living room with brown leather seats, a fireplace and multiple bookshelves filled with books.
A small living space featuring red walls and red accent seats. The ceiling also has a charming look. The room is filled with books in multiple bookshelves.
Huge formal living room with hardwood flooring that matches the ceiling. The seats look so elegant together with the large fireplace.
A living area featuring a red L-shape sofa set. There are a fireplace, a large widescreen TV and built-in shelves with books.
This living room offers a set of white seats surrounded by red walls with a few framed wall decors.