In a neutral, earthy space, red will stand out and keep the room from feeling bland. Try adding red with wall art, throw pillows and carpet tiles, as shown in this room.
Bathroom vanities are now available in a variety of colors. Try a red countertop to create a modern space with an element of surprise.
Teens and tweens love vibrant colors in their rooms, but sometimes kids need guidance with how much color to use. Horizontal stripes in different hues is a great solution and a fun way to incorporate red into your child's bedroom.
Red provides energy and stimulation, so it's a great accent color for your home office. Look for a red wall covering or office chair in a contemporary style for a sleek, updated feel.
In this modern foyer, an ornate mirror adds a touch of elegance. The mirror's crimson frame adds a spark of interest to this otherwise colorless space.
Red is an unexpected color for a home theater, but the result is a sexy, stylish space that entices you to stay around after the movie is over.
Red is believed to stimulate the appetite, which is why it's used in so many restaurants. At home in the dining room, red can energize a good conversation in addition to a good meal.
If red is your favorite color, then being around it will make you feel relaxed and at peace. Add it to your bedroom with an accent wall to create a space where you can rest and rejuvenate.