Bedroom / February 20, 2018 / Esme Jean.
Not sure if you want to take a huge leap with red in your bedroom? Red accents is your answer. Bring in this spirited tone via a bold rug, an accent chair, beautiful bedding, scatter cushions, or even lampshades. If you’re happy with the first few options, continue this approach by adding more pieces (in other red hues) over time. But similar to the red accent wall, use the colour in more than one place to really get the right feel for it (and to see how it looks in various light) before making your final decision.
Keep in mind that, when it comes to red, it is the finish that seems to make the biggest difference in a room’s atmosphere. While matte finishes give the room a more understated look, glossy reds are ideal for red bedroom ideas with a rich, exotic look. Then, hues like Berry red bring in a touch of purple, taking the entire room’s ambience in another direction!
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.
Most of the time, staying in a fancy hotel isn’t about the delicious food or the beautiful views from the window/balcony – it’s about the bedroom. That crisp, freshly laundered, clutter-free bedroom that immediately relaxes one upon entering.