For anyone home is not just a place to live but to enjoy and cherish every moment with our loved ones. As we all know red is the colour of love and passion. Red is the colour of February; what with this being the month of love and sweet feelings. Interestingly though, red is also considered a powerful, energetic colour that can not only brighten up a room but can also serve as a mood-lifter. It’s certainly not a hue one can be ignore easily, and if used in the right way a red accent can be the best thing that has ever happened to your house.

Then why is it that we don’t think of reds that much when doing up our homes? Yes, we might bring in some roses for the corner vase, or a couple of cushions and throw pillows for the living room, but for most of us, our association with this color ends here. Today, on our blog we tell you how to use reds in your home in a manner that lasts beyond the February fever. Check it out!

To Brighten Up A Wall

Every house has that one wall that practically never gets used. It’s not in the right place to become a statement wall, and it also cannot be forgotten. What can one do about it? Easy! Add some wall decals in brilliant shades of red and see how things take on a rosy glow! Pair the red living room wall with the creamy accent wall. which will make your space look luxurious and modern. Red can be paired with white, grey and cream colour furniture and soft furnishing. .


For The Couple’s Corner

Even in the smallest of houses, you can find a corner for the two of you and transform it into your own slice of paradise. A corner like this would be perfect for evening tea together, or for an uninterrupted heart-to-heart. And with the reds all around you, that ‘loving feeling’ will never be far behind!


As A Décor Statement

Red is a color with a voice. It speaks of boldness and vibrancy, of love for strong statements, and a slightly quirky and edgy style mantra. Use a bold colour combination for your statement wall in the living room. Add some beautiful abstract art which will add the beauty to this accent wall. The bold maroon cushion is contrasting with the grey sofa. The whole design is coming with the mixing of the vintage and vibrant bohemian vibe with different colour textures.

boho chic colour combination


Red In Your Bedroom

If you have read this blog so far, you would know exactly why we think red bedrooms are cool. The passion and feelings this colour ignites are unmatchable, and on top of that, it looks absolutely inviting and warm. This  bedroom design with maroon wall with cane furniture and chair is perfect for Valentine’s Day. The rugs and the throw cushions add the texture to the space, on the top of that the plants add some greenery and act as an accent. Is there anything else you would want your bedroom to be?

Red Accent Wall With Off beat Sofa

Think your balustrade looks too sedate? Or that you need a pop of colour in some parts of your house? Forget a renovation, just add some accents in hues of red and you will find an instant change in the way your home looks.

The round hanging mirror and wall shelf stand out well on this red accent wall. The grey rug add the texture to the room.


Furniture In All Shades Of Red

Some may think a red kitchen or shelves and cabinets in shades of red might look a tad too kitschy. But, trust us it does not. Do it right, and you will always have a part of your home that is rosy and upbeat.


So, what did you think of your ideas to bring home some red? After all, true love lasts for more than a day. If you love your home, this is the best way to show it!  We hope you enjoyed this fresh design blog, and that you found it helpful. We are thrilled to hear about how you have used our tips to make your first home. If you enjoyed reading this, please share it with friends and family members who may be looking for tips on design. We look forward to hearing from you!

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