Bedroom / March 6, 2018 / Celine Guajardo.
Like any other colour, red is available in a multitude of different hues like Candy, Scarlett, Crimson, etc. The connotations of each variation may vary, however. Darker colours, like Maroon or Burgundy, represent an action that is more restrained and sophisticated. Brighter shades, such as Scarlet, imply more energy and less dominance.This versatility of red becomes most practical when it comes to red bedroom ideas.
You can then add contrast with darker décor items such as rugs, linen and even plant pots. Additional furnishings “should complement the greenery rather than draw attention away from it (too many elements vying for attention within a space will end up feeling very busy and unsettling),” she adds.
Modern design opts for all kinds of reds, from primary Rose hues to classic shades with Burgundy undertones. We recommend injecting a splash of red through a painting or piece of art with your modern bedroom.Traditional design usually shies away from reds and instead goes for darker tones of Burgundy or Merlot. For your traditional-style bedroom, feel free to lay down a beautiful Oriental rug injected with darker reds.
And when it comes to country bedrooms, those reds are chalkier and softer: Opt for reds with a pinkish and purplish hue, such as Apple, Scarlet, Candy or Rose red. Accessorise your country bedroom with knickknacks and fabrics.