Welcome to our site where you will find incredibly layered and vibrant red foyers. The color red can promote boldness and excitement and it adds a luxurious and vibrant style to create architectural drama to different rooms in your home. There are many different shades of red from light tones to dark and all symbolize great energy.
I invite you to scroll through our curated interior photos so you can read all about the details of each room and color palette. We hope to inspire and ignite creativity on your design journey.
1. Classically Designed Red Bathroom
Color Scheme: A classic mix of red, black and white combine to create a beautiful and textured bathroom design.
Furniture Selection: The stunning black marble-top vanity adds a modern style to the classically designed space.
Flooring: Rich hardwood floors in the vanity space blend with the cool black and white vintage tile flooring in the toilet room.
Wall Decor: A vintage floral wallpaper contrasts against the red walls and framed art adds interest and decor to the space.
Lighting: Traditional light sconces are mounted on the mirror above the vanity, while a semi-flush light hangs from the ceiling for functional lighting.
- Source: TopTenRealEstate
2. Contemporary Red Tiled Bathroom
Color Scheme: Deep red, browns and white blend together to create a contemporary and sleek styled bathroom.
Furniture Selection: The elongated toilet has a European flare and the soaking tub is outlined by a brown tile that looks like wood.
Flooring: Red tiled flooring blends seamlessly into the red walls, which makes the room feel larger and adds a monochromatic feel to the design.
Wall Decor: A long narrow mirror hangs above the tub which is a unique design choice for the wall.
Lighting: You can see the recessed lighting above the vanity that is reflective in the mirror.
3. Built-in Marble Red Bathroom
Color Scheme: Red mahogany, beige and marble tones dominate this incredible built-in luxury bathroom.
Furniture Selection: The walls are red mahogany built-ins that create a closet-like feel with ample storage along with multiple vanity spaces.
Flooring: Beige marble adorns the floors and blends into the decorative tub that is placed in the center of the room.
Wall Decor: A white tray ceiling adds depth to the design and a retro-glass square partition wall divides the tub area from the toilet room.
Lighting: Recessed lighting above the vanities and in the tray ceiling provide task and functional lighting in the entire space.
4. Spa-Inspired Red Bathroom
Color Scheme: Bold red, browns and orange tones combine to create a moody spa-style bathroom.
Furniture Selection: A unique choice of side tables flank the brown jacuzzi tub which creates a bedroom-inspired feel.
Flooring: Wall-to-wall brown carpet is an interesting choice in a bathroom with a jacuzzi tub, while the red rug area rug adds some texture and depth to the room.
Wall Decor: Framed art hangs on the wall above the tub and the shoji-style screen is a clever way to divide the toilet room from the rest of the bathroom.
Lighting: Table lamps adorn each of the nightstands for soft ambient lighting, which reflects off the red and gives the space that moody vibe.
5. High Glamour Red Bathroom
Color Scheme: Vibrant red and crisp white dominate this bold and bright high-glamour bathroom.
Furniture Selection: A modern red chair that looks like art, sits across from the free-standing tub, so you can lounge after you bath.
Flooring: Small white tile flooring is a bold contrast against the rich red walls and chair.
Wall Decor: The vibrant red walls is the only decor in this space, but the lovely chandelier leaves a reflection that creates texture on the walls.
Lighting: A gorgeous oversized white chandelier hangs from the ceiling in the center of the room and provides drama and appropriate lighting.
6. Modern Red & White Bathroom
Color Scheme: Dazzling red and white mix well in this modern bathroom design.
Furniture Selection: The floating white sink is a perfect match for this modern space, along with the free-standing tub.
Flooring: The red floors blend seamlessly into the walls which feels like there is no separation from the two.
Wall Decor: A large mirror is hung over the vanity and reflects off the entire room, to give the illusion that the space is bigger.
Lighting: Simple recessed lighting in the ceiling of the shower and above the vanity provide task lighting, while the window allows for natural light to stream inside.
7. Hollywood-Style Red Bathroom
Color Scheme: A mix of brilliant red, crisp white and a touch of silver create a Hollywood-regency style bathroom.
Furniture Selection: An oval-shaped free standing tub sits in the center of the room and a small pedestal sink floats on the wall below the mirror.
Flooring: White textured tile adorns the floors and contrasts against the intense red walls.
Wall Decor: High-gloss red walls add a shine to the room and create depth, while the decorative silver mirror adds style and glamour.
Lighting: A white chandelier hangs above the tub and creates a dramatic effect in the design.
8. Subway-Tiled Contemporary Red Bathroom
Color Scheme: Orange-red tones, white, gray and black combine to create a contemporary vibe in this vibrant bathroom.
Furniture Selection: A backless, floating toilet adds that modern touch along with the sleek black floating vanity.
Flooring: The large gray floor tile contrasts well against the red walls and adds texture and additional color to the design.
Wall Decor: Long and narrow red subway tiles adorn the walls in the shower and main bathroom which creates a cohesive look.
Lighting: Recessed lighting throughout is the perfect choice for a modern design.
9. Art Deco Infused Red Bathroom
Color Scheme: This dynamic red and white bathroom features an art deco flare and modern decor throughout.
Furniture Selection: The uniquely shaped tub seems futuristic and the floating red vanity blends seamlessly into the walls.
Flooring: The red tiled floors blend into the matching red tiled walls to create an infinity design.
Wall Decor: Overlapping mirrors hang above the vanity and white etched walls and glass appear to
Lighting: Large overhead lighting in the shower area makes the space feel bright and airy.
10. Gold-Luxe Red Bathroom
Color Scheme: A mix of gold, reds and white combine to create a luxurious and creative bathroom design.
Furniture Selection: The jet spa tub is functional and decorative for the space, and the floating red vanity matches the walls, which feel like they are one and the same.
Flooring: The red tile floors blend with the walls and contrast sharply against the white panels and gold backdrops of the shelves.
Wall Decor: Wall cubbies behind the tub are functional and add a luxe vibe with the under-lights and color tones.
Lighting: A deep red chandelier hangs from the ceiling to create a dramatic effect and bring in ambient lighting.
11. Red & White Tiled Modern Bathroom
Color Scheme: A mix of red and white and touch of brown create a modern bathroom that is full of texture and patterns.
Furniture Selection: A sleek floating toilet and pedestal sink bring the modern flare and pair perfectly with the red tiled tub.
Flooring: Red square tiles on the floor continue up the wall in some areas and along the outside of the tub.
Wall Decor: A beveled mirror hangs above the sink and pattern tiles frame the red wall tiles to create depth and add character to the design.
Lighting: Plenty of recessed lighting in the ceiling provides that functional light and brightens the space.
12. Transitional Farmhouse-Style Red Bathroom
Color Scheme: Brilliant red combined with dark wood, white and gray tones create a modern farmhouse vibe in this bathroom.
Furniture Selection: A wood vanity is tucked into the left side of bathroom providing storage and functionality.
Flooring: Light gray laminate flooring brings the modern touch to the design and contrasts well against the brilliant red walls.
Wall Decor: Modern barn doors are used for privacy, in place of traditional doors which falls in line perfectly with the farmhouse design.
Lighting: Simple recessed lighting is used throughout to provide functional and task lighting.
- Designed by Sterling Homes Development Corp.
13. Moody Contemporary Red Bathroom
Color Scheme: A mix of deep red, brown, white and gray blend to create the perfect balance in this moody and contemporary bathroom.
Furniture Selection: A floating chrome vanity is paired with a gray ghost stool so you can sit as you get ready.
Flooring: Light brown tile flooring adds a more natural and warmer element to the contemporary design.
Wall Decor: A tall slim mirror hangs above the floating vanity and white horizontal blinds adorn the window for privacy.
Lighting: Just the right amount of recessed lighting gives a soothing and ambient vibe throughout the room.
14. Resort-Influenced Red Bathroom
Color Scheme: A reddish brown, beige and white blend well to create a warm resort-style bathroom design.
Furniture Selection: The sleek modern toilet is the perfect juxtaposition to the wood top vanity.
Flooring: Concrete flooring in a neutral tone adds a cool vibe and blends well with the white painted brick walls.
Wall Decor: Framed dresses on the white walls adds a whimsical approach to the bathroom design.
Lighting: Small recessed lighting adds functional and softer lighting and compliments the natural elements in the room.
- Designed by Individual Design & Construction
Using Red in the Primary Bathroom
You can use a bright, bold red or a rich burgundy in your bathroom. Either one works well, but only when it’s not overdone. Red walls and flooring can quickly make your design look tacky, so it’s best to choose either walls or flooring on which to add some red. Usually, red-painted walls or a red wallpaper against a bright white floor makes the bathroom look sharp.
Or, you can use pops of red in a white bathroom with red pieces of furniture, like vanity or chairs, or by using red linens, rugs, and curtains. Red is also one of the least popular cabinet finish colors of the 298,214 bathrooms we analyzed, found in only 0.16%, or 476, of them. But, red cabinets are a good way to bring in some of the colors without making the whole room red.
Flooring for a Red Bathroom
Hardwood or tile flooring can work well in a red bathroom. But, dark or medium hardwoods, which were found in 2.20% and 2.99% of the 284,048 analyzed bathrooms, may not be the best choice for a red bathroom. Darker colors paired with red may make your bathroom feel closed in. A white ceramic or porcelain tile, which accounts for 28.37% and 32.60% of the 284,048 bathrooms, is perfect for opening up your space, even with bright red walls.
Create a Theme with Red
You can play up your red bathroom by creating a color scheme that works well with red, like a red, white, and blue bathroom. Or, mimic the colors of the sunrise and sunset, similar to what you’d expect in a Southwestern style bathroom, by adding in some brown, orange, and yellow décor items.