Bright colors can certainly spruce up the design of any room and the aim of this photo gallery is to give you ideas for incorporating some brightness into your design, especially red which can look good.
There are 2 types of red rooms:
1. Rooms with red accents
2. Rooms with fully painted red
But, red can be tricky from time to time. Red rooms can be a little overwhelming at first, it’s very easy to over-do it. Below are a few tricks you can try.
Decorating With Red
Mix red with crisp shades of white
Use red to make one bold statement in the room
Use glossy red in the kitchen to create a contemporary workspace
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It’s important to choose a design before choosing which shade of red you’re going to use.
Incorporates neutral elements with pops of bold color, often red.
On the door: Bold, bright red
Inside: Bright red shades in a pillow, rug or throw
Calls for all kinds of reds: from primary hues to classic shades with burgundy or brown undertones.
On the door: Any red you love that makes a statement.
Inside: Consider injecting red through a painting or piece of art.
Stays away from primary reds and instead involves burgundy or black tones.
On the door: A deep, rich red
Inside: Decorate with Oriental rugs injected with darker reds.
Relies on a neutral palette, a perfect canvas for pops of red.
On the door: Match this red to hues you use inside the home, or skip the red door entirely to keep a more neutral theme.
Inside: Choose a softer and more indirect approach like a red lamp or piece of art.
Are chalkier and softer: Think barn or scarlet reds. Choose reds with pinkish and purplish hues, like the color of a ripening apple.
On the door: Barn red
Inside: Accessorize with country reds in knickknacks and fabrics.