This bold wing chair is a statement in itself, straddling the lines between bold and simple, old and new. This is an excellent piece for adding some energy to your living room.
Paired with the wing chair above, this bold ottoman would transform a simple corner into a cozy reading nook.
The crackle-effect glass in these candle lanterns will diffuse the light of a flame in really gorgeous ways. Get both sizes; they would look amazing on a porch or as the centerpiece at a summer barbecue. Sold separately.
This red striped dog bed’s piped edges and pattern make it look more like a nice throw pillow than Fido’s sleeping pad.
If you’re not quite ready to commit to a big red piece of furniture, it’s OK. You can incorporate red in subtler ways, like with this photographic print.
I just love the color and texture of this woven bamboo oval placemat. The visible weave adds a nice folksy element.
This storage brick is so fun! The picture doesn’t show the scale, but it is quite large (not toy size) and can be stacked, of course.
I know some people aren’t wild about Smeg refrigerators, but I love them — especially this one in my favorite color.
I want a few of these big red lockers for my garage, stat. What a great way to add some color to a bland space.
In my house we have a pileup problem. A stylish storage cubby like this would help solve it.
I am super into this bicycle-print throw pillow. The style of the bike on the fabric and the way the pillow is perfectly tailored to look like the bikes are riding around the pillow are spot-on.
Geometry fan? The triangle incorporated into the underside of this red end table takes it from crazy simple to crazy interesting to look at.
A set of retro-fabulous dining chairs is a fun and bold throwback. If you’ve got a hankering for a funky kitchen, these might be the right fit for you.
I’ve always wanted a shiny red stand mixer. They’re heavy, so it’s often easier to store them out in the open, making them a statement piece in kitchen decor.