Okay…I’ll admit it. I am not a red person. I mean, if we are talking about wine, then yes. However, I find myself in a very tumultuous relationship with the color red. Like paisley, water chesnuts, and trips on small planes, it is something I prefer only in small quantities. Of course, there are some people that adore red, and I have much admiration for them. They can commit to a bold color, whereas I become weary of such a strong color component.
Often I see red in dining rooms, doors, and accent decor. I do love red as a focal pop of color in rooms where it is almost unexpected. The unpredictable use of red is a fresh take on the traditional color. A high gloss red piece of furniture or a velvet red lamp shade can add a sultry panache and pizazz to a muted room. I guess I am slowly learning to have fun with red ( in a Taylor Swift meets Miles Redd kind of way).
Enjoy these great red rooms, while I try to decipher how I just used Swift and Redd in the same sentence!
Speaking of Miles Redd…. How can you not love this velvety vibrant red tufted sofa. Even better that it is against a pink wall!
A red table full of blue and white heaven in this Istanbul entry via Town & Country.
A chic dining area makes a statement with pops of red off of a contrasting dark and light kitchen.
A lovely red and white bedroom full of fabulous pattern and print designed by Julie Hayes. I love the luxe studded and shiny headboard. Photo source: Veranda
A chic and timeless dining area in the home of Brooke Shields designed by David Flint Wood. Photo source: AD
A dining room that is bold with color and accents. The red coral lighting is eye catching. Photo source: Elle Decor
Floor to ceiling shelves of oriental red by Beverly Field. What I really adore in this room is that luxe velvet sofa. Photo source: Veranda
A classic and interestingly textured red wall hallway designed by John Yunis. Photo source: AD
A vibrant room with accessories that make an exceptional statement by Thomas Britt. Photo source: AD
The details in this library are noted in the gold lining, the dimension of the walls, and the plush carpet. Photo source: Lonny
Red frames hold black and white photos that create a type of three dimensional wallpaper that tells a story. Photo source: Elle Decor
A red window seat with blue piping adds a wonderful element of surprise to this muted den. Photo source: House Beautiful
Alidad’s door to a powder room in his London apartment adds a sense of mystery and refinement. Photo source: Elle Decor
Of course, I can’t show a red door without showing a Redd door. Always so incredible, and wonderfully decorated for Christmas.