294,650 red panel Home Design Photos

Tracie B
Eclectic Study
Ideabooks2,140
Questions3
zebra red stool bookcases velvet ottoman
what color red are the bookcases and is it a satin finish?
Valspar's Sangria Red is a similar paint color, and when painting trimwork like these bookshelves, semi-gloss is the best choice.
Painted wood paneling in Tom's office. Red is cool.
back of bookshelves red with red with and black strip floor
didn't think I would like red, but this deep red is nice and overall it is too much for me & doesn't really match our house exactly
changing this traditional color. Zebra prints done in red, brown or blue can make a room very unique and fun.
If stained paneling is just too dark for your taste, get your hunt theme room on with painted paneling. The red paneling and woodwork in this room is just gorgeous! Notice
“red bookcases” — jocrowcmsr
Gramophone
10 Reviews
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Ideabooks4,390
Questions3
absorb sound. If this is a diy project then pass up on the sound panels unless you have a big budget for it. Most home theaters "experts" recommend sound panels yet they themselves have no idea on the proper use and placement of these panels. I know. I built my own home theater in an upstairs game room
expensive sound panels will do. Absort sound.
Hi , peg49. Yes to carpet, absolutely. While comfort is a nice by-product the main reason is it helps absorb sound. We also recommend using "sound panels" on the walls. We usually run a room thru our software to locate and optimize sound panel locations and
Like the chocolate brown w/ red panels
Red walls, too much seating and too large though
Red squares on wall. Could be canvas, painted. Reused in future with different colors.
“Theater” — nkcarlson
Beard + Riser Architects
Exterior, Rear
Ideabooks1,778
Questions2
What materials were used for the red siding please?
Open board screening, paneled siding is interesting Overhang/sunshades are too fussy
metal w red hardy panels and black windows
The corrugated application to focus on here is the awning in the foreground. Alongside the vertical ribs of this overhang are painted red panels, standing-seam metal, wood slats, and wire mesh screens. Most intriguing is how the awning appears to be translucent.
overhang are painted red panels, standing-seam metal, wood slats, and wire mesh screens. Most intriguing is how the awning appears to be translucent.
This house in Spring Hill, Mississippi by architects John Beard and Dale Riser — featured in my ideabook on corrugated panels — echoes the rural vernacular
“Hardieboard” — johnro04
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Paint chip DIYs
Ideabooks1,888
Questions0
triangles as Heather did, Erin used a big paper puncher to punch out hundreds of dime-sized dots. She arranged them in a scalloping pattern on a red wood panel, and glued them down with Mod Podge.
triangles as Heather did, Erin used a big paper puncher to punch out hundreds of dime-sized dots. She arranged them in a scalloping pattern on a red wood panel, and glued them down with Mod Podge. Read Erin's full DIYTell us: What do you do with leftover paint chips?More DIYs:Fluffy White Paper LanternHow
fish-scale wall art for a living room is a blogger's DIY project; she glued coin-size paint chip dots in varying hues in a scalloping pattern on a red panel.Tell us: How do you cope with rainy days? More:Patterns: Scallops and ScalesIf This Bloom Were a Room
“mermaid nursery idea” — nina92324
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Capitol Hill
Ideabooks1,854
Questions2
systems affect the energy consumption of the house such as the buried geothermal wells and heat pumps that aid in both heating and cooling, and a 30 panel photovoltaic system mounted on the roof feeds electricity back to the grid. The minimal foundation sits within the footprint of the previous house
Red works nicely with the neutral grey
Wooden panels vs planks for exterior? X
color scheme: grey brick, rust orange panels over vinyl
Red metal panels lie between stacked windows and at other areas. The way they were inserted in the larger stucco walls gives the appearance that they are a layer beneath the gray, as if the box were cut for the windows.
“Garage door” — ninapennewell
Boutique Homes
1 Review
Wickets
Ideabooks127
Questions1
Black mosaic tiles and red glass panels
love this red glass! color choices r unique!
bathroom echoes the bedroom's red and black palette. Black mosaic tiles shimmer in the rosy light that filters through red glass panels. Mosaic tiles: Wall & Floors; red glass shower panel: Bowalker Windows; shower: Axis
The en suite master bathroom echoes the bedroom's red and black palette. Black
Black mosaic tiles shimmer in the rosy light that filters through red glass panels. Mosaic tiles: Wall & Floors; red glass shower panel: Bowalker Windows; shower: Axis
“tiles” — jtomlinson2013
Pepe Calderin Design- Modern Interior Design
10 Reviews
Kundalini - New York - Miami - modern interior designer - PepeCalderinDesign
Ideabooks4,918
Questions4
does anyone know the material used on the red featured area? Thanks
long table - 10 seating, pop of color at the heads with 2 red chairs
Wall panel inspiration
love the red accent wall
backlit panel in tray
Texture/Focal Point- Red wall
Red wall...red wall tiles...Great mural (red)...red contrast...Red wall piece...Red glass wall...red accent wall...red glass panels...red panel wall...red accent wall...red dining chair...glass paneling...red paneling
“techo” — Martin Correia
in3interieur
1 Review
On top of Cologne's inner city
Ideabooks1,092
Questions2
the shade of red accent wall
Love the red it makes the room cozy
Love the red and browns, different shades around the bed and the lighting
Pallet...Paint: Picture Gallery Red No. 42, Farrow & Ball
dark red accent wall, taupe headboard
Wall panelling for bedroom
Picture Gallery Red Paint
Aztec reds & browns...Red accent...red color...Picture Gallery Red...Chinese red...Panels Fabric...love the red wall...red accent wall...red panel wall...red patterned
“Bed side lamps” — mar1lyn72
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