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out. One red accent table has all the more impact in a room with a monochromatic gray color scheme. Adding any other red in the room would dilute the effect.
out. One red accent table has all the more impact in a room with a monochromatic gray color scheme. Adding any other red in the room would dilute the effect. 5. Use restraint in furnishing styles. Okay, so this room does go pretty far into the monastic realm, but by using such restraint in the bedding
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Interior red brick walkway where wet bar/coffee area is from kitchen to dining room
brick, hardwood, black pulls
Arch and red brick...red brick wall...red flowers
Jordan Iverson Signature Homes
Hilltop House | Grand Vista Subdivision
rest of red accent room
Yellow n gray n red...Splash of red
Simply Stunning Spaces by Darcy K.
The Reclaimed Home
medium hardwood flooring
red brick wall...red side table...red throw
floors are hardwood that have been stained black
wall color/red accents
yellow and red...aqua and red...pops of red?
bright red-orange and beige, with a paper sports-themed border. After promptly repainting the room and putting in new hardwood floors, trim, and beadboard, Hufnagl, who writes the blog With Two Cats, sat down and came up with a new concept for the room. Stuffed fox: Sleepy KingStuffed owl: leJeuneLetter
High End Residence turns Boutique Hotel Design
all whith with a touch of red
hate red chair but love idea of color
the dark hardwood floor contrast.
bedroom with red contrast
white bed, red accent chair
Don F. Wong
colors are red, yellow, blue. Mixing any two of these colors creates the secondary colors orange, green, violet. Mixing any of the secondary colors with it’s closest primary will give you red-orange, yellow-orange, blue-green, yellow-green, etc.
(maybe red or blue for pop of color)
Hardwood floors on similar colored wood cabinets