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6. Red and beige. This combination bears a certain similarity to yellow and gray — one has an outsize personality, while the other is more reticent. What makes them such natural partners is the warm undertones they share. Temper a bold stroke of red with a swath of beige to create a rich, inviting, but still mellow space.
You can't go wrong with a classic red sofa, especially when you pull in a touch of red with the window treatments and keep the wall nice and neutral. If you're going to invest in a new sofa, I say it might as well be bright and get noticed.
Think accent pieces. Accessories are easy to add to an existing design and have the ability to change the entire look and feel of a room. Red pieces feel fresh, bold and often timeless. Surrounded by neutrals, red feels grounded yet exciting — and certainly fall.