Red Walls Bedroom

Red Walls Bedroom

Simon Upton By Kelsey Kloss Jul 29, 2016 Red is a hue that can evoke a number of emotions: It can be energizing and glossy in a living room, spicy and appetizing in a kitchen, and just sensual enough in a bedroom. However, choosing the right red can be tricky. (Remember when Mr. Big painted his bedroom bright red?). To make sure you don’t go overboard, we’ve collected our favorite red walls from incredibly designed homes, along with top designers’ insights on how best to pull it off. Read on for their tips on incorporating this statement hue into your next room makeover. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below An Artsy, Vibrant Library Eric Piasecki In a couple’s Houston abode designed by J. Randall Powers, vibrant red walls instantly draw attention to impressive pieces of art from the owners’ collection — but this isn’t a choice for the reserved. “Pulling off a red room is like pulling off red lipstick, because it takes guts and attitude,” says Powers. “After six tries, we all agreed upon Tomato Red by Benjamin Moore. It’s the perfect red to pair with rich woods, contemporary art and feels saturated enough to be the life of the party.” The library’s sofa and ottoman are covered in a Pierre Frey linen velvet, the William Haines cane chair and cocktail table originally belonged to the wife’s grandfather and the artwork is by Vik Muniz. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below A Sensuous Bedroom Simon Upton Red walls don’t always need to be approached with bright paint. In this slightly more muted red guest room in antiques dealer and interior designer Lorenzo Castillo’s home, wallpaper by Sanderson creates a sophisticated yet sensuous backdrop for the space. The headboard is upholstered in a Valentino velvet, the bench is Louis XV–style and the Spanish mirrors are 17th- and 18th-century. The paintings are by ­Yturralde. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below A Glossy Dining Room Thomas Loof If you’re not prepared to paint an entire wall red, try just part of the wall, as interior designer Celerie Kemble did on the trimming and wooden overlay on the mirror paneling of this East Hampton dining room. “We chose a deep raspberry color that was a few shades more pungent than the pink-red used in the centers of the peonies on the hand-painted Frontal scenic wallpaper,” says Kemble. “The high gloss finish of the paint holds equal shine power to the reflective glimmer of the mirror and lifts some additional reflective elements up high to the ceiling, making the room feel dynamic and balanced.” The trim color is Pantone’s Tibetan Red, and the vintage chandelier is from D & G Antiques. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below An Earthy Kitchen Jean-François Jaussaud Warm rust is an appealing backdrop for a contemporary space, as proved in this Copenhagen kitchen belonging to gallery owner Mikael Andersen. The hue complements an earthy vintage table by Hans Wegner. The chairs are midcentury designs by Kaare Klint. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below A Kid-Friendly Bathroom Grey Crawford This bathroom may be in the Napa Valley home of interior designer Martha Angus, but she can’t take credit for its colorful design. “My son, who was 12 years old at the time, chose this coral red and wanted it not just for the walls, but also for the baseboard, trim and ceiling,” says Angus. “I asked him if he was sure he wanted so much coral red, but I’m pretty embarrassed I doubted him. I love the result of the bathroom color. It’s a wonderful bathroom.” Small bathrooms are ideal for experimenting with vivid colors on every wall (with larger bathrooms, it may be best to start with an accent wall). The sconces, mirror, sink vanity and fittings are by Waterworks. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below An Elegant Guest Room Rich With Contrast Eric Piasecki A maroon red backdrop adds sophisticated dimension to a bed alcove in a guest room in the 11th-century Normandy, France, château of fashion designer Gérard Tremolet. The color echoes the red outlines throughout the rest of the spaces, drawing the red and bright yellow into one cohesive aesthetic. The wallcoverings and bed-curtains are of a Thevenon toile de Jouy and the bed alcove is lined in taffeta. The armchair is Louis XV, and the rug is Russian. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below A Child’s Room Bold Enough For An Explorer Thomas Loof In the East Hampton home designed by Kemble, bright red wallpaper offers a joyful contrast to the ceiling, painted in Benjamin Moore’s American Cheese, and the blue striped rug by Dash & Albert. “We were excited by the big red color field behind the intricately-drawn continents, specifically how the red replaces the enormous blue of the ocean we are accustomed to seeing on a map,” says Kemble. The bunk beds are by Pottery Barn Kids and are dressed in bedding Sferra. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below An Elegant, Floral Kitchen Simon Upton Red adds an appetizing spice to kitchen design, as shown in this London flat designed by Alex Papachristidis. In quaint, elegant style, 19th-century neoclassical prints are displayed against Nina Campbell’s Tamarin wallpaper from Osborne & Little. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below A Cozy, Welcoming Den Simon Upton In the den of this 18th-century apartment on the Left Bank of Paris, the walls and 18th-century Chippendale armchair at right are covered in a Pierre Frey fabric, creating a warm atmosphere ideal for reading or conversation. The sofa by Howard and Sons is upholstered in a Charles Burger cotton, and the leather armchair is Regency; the custom-made tatami mat was inspired by an 18th-century Persian design. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below An Elevated Roman Study Gianni Franchellucci An English chandelier from the early 1900s stands out against the matte red walls in this Roman palazzo. The 19th-century painting over the door was found in a Palermo flea market. This room is an example of how red can blend well with neutral earthy colors, but also a bit of shine, for a cozy yet elevated aesthetic. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Advertisement – Continue Reading Below
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Red Walls Bedroom

Simon Upton By Kelsey Kloss Jul 29, 2016 Red is a hue that can evoke a number of emotions: It can be energizing and glossy in a living room, spicy and appetizing in a kitchen, and just sensual enough in a bedroom. However, choosing the right red can be tricky. (Remember when Mr. Big painted his bedroom bright red?). To make sure you don’t go overboard, we’ve collected our favorite red walls from incredibly designed homes, along with top designers’ insights on how best to pull it off. Read on for their tips on incorporating this statement hue into your next room makeover. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below An Artsy, Vibrant Library Eric Piasecki In a couple’s Houston abode designed by J. Randall Powers, vibrant red walls instantly draw attention to impressive pieces of art from the owners’ collection — but this isn’t a choice for the reserved. “Pulling off a red room is like pulling off red lipstick, because it takes guts and attitude,” says Powers. “After six tries, we all agreed upon Tomato Red by Benjamin Moore. It’s the perfect red to pair with rich woods, contemporary art and feels saturated enough to be the life of the party.” The library’s sofa and ottoman are covered in a Pierre Frey linen velvet, the William Haines cane chair and cocktail table originally belonged to the wife’s grandfather and the artwork is by Vik Muniz. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below A Sensuous Bedroom Simon Upton Red walls don’t always need to be approached with bright paint. In this slightly more muted red guest room in antiques dealer and interior designer Lorenzo Castillo’s home, wallpaper by Sanderson creates a sophisticated yet sensuous backdrop for the space. The headboard is upholstered in a Valentino velvet, the bench is Louis XV–style and the Spanish mirrors are 17th- and 18th-century. The paintings are by ­Yturralde. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below A Glossy Dining Room Thomas Loof If you’re not prepared to paint an entire wall red, try just part of the wall, as interior designer Celerie Kemble did on the trimming and wooden overlay on the mirror paneling of this East Hampton dining room. “We chose a deep raspberry color that was a few shades more pungent than the pink-red used in the centers of the peonies on the hand-painted Frontal scenic wallpaper,” says Kemble. “The high gloss finish of the paint holds equal shine power to the reflective glimmer of the mirror and lifts some additional reflective elements up high to the ceiling, making the room feel dynamic and balanced.” The trim color is Pantone’s Tibetan Red, and the vintage chandelier is from D & G Antiques. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below An Earthy Kitchen Jean-François Jaussaud Warm rust is an appealing backdrop for a contemporary space, as proved in this Copenhagen kitchen belonging to gallery owner Mikael Andersen. The hue complements an earthy vintage table by Hans Wegner. The chairs are midcentury designs by Kaare Klint. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below A Kid-Friendly Bathroom Grey Crawford This bathroom may be in the Napa Valley home of interior designer Martha Angus, but she can’t take credit for its colorful design. “My son, who was 12 years old at the time, chose this coral red and wanted it not just for the walls, but also for the baseboard, trim and ceiling,” says Angus. “I asked him if he was sure he wanted so much coral red, but I’m pretty embarrassed I doubted him. I love the result of the bathroom color. It’s a wonderful bathroom.” Small bathrooms are ideal for experimenting with vivid colors on every wall (with larger bathrooms, it may be best to start with an accent wall). The sconces, mirror, sink vanity and fittings are by Waterworks. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below An Elegant Guest Room Rich With Contrast Eric Piasecki A maroon red backdrop adds sophisticated dimension to a bed alcove in a guest room in the 11th-century Normandy, France, château of fashion designer Gérard Tremolet. The color echoes the red outlines throughout the rest of the spaces, drawing the red and bright yellow into one cohesive aesthetic. The wallcoverings and bed-curtains are of a Thevenon toile de Jouy and the bed alcove is lined in taffeta. The armchair is Louis XV, and the rug is Russian. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below A Child’s Room Bold Enough For An Explorer Thomas Loof In the East Hampton home designed by Kemble, bright red wallpaper offers a joyful contrast to the ceiling, painted in Benjamin Moore’s American Cheese, and the blue striped rug by Dash & Albert. “We were excited by the big red color field behind the intricately-drawn continents, specifically how the red replaces the enormous blue of the ocean we are accustomed to seeing on a map,” says Kemble. The bunk beds are by Pottery Barn Kids and are dressed in bedding Sferra. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below An Elegant, Floral Kitchen Simon Upton Red adds an appetizing spice to kitchen design, as shown in this London flat designed by Alex Papachristidis. In quaint, elegant style, 19th-century neoclassical prints are displayed against Nina Campbell’s Tamarin wallpaper from Osborne & Little. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below A Cozy, Welcoming Den Simon Upton In the den of this 18th-century apartment on the Left Bank of Paris, the walls and 18th-century Chippendale armchair at right are covered in a Pierre Frey fabric, creating a warm atmosphere ideal for reading or conversation. The sofa by Howard and Sons is upholstered in a Charles Burger cotton, and the leather armchair is Regency; the custom-made tatami mat was inspired by an 18th-century Persian design. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below An Elevated Roman Study Gianni Franchellucci An English chandelier from the early 1900s stands out against the matte red walls in this Roman palazzo. The 19th-century painting over the door was found in a Palermo flea market. This room is an example of how red can blend well with neutral earthy colors, but also a bit of shine, for a cozy yet elevated aesthetic. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below

Red Walls Bedroom

Red Walls Bedroom
Red Walls Bedroom
Red Walls Bedroom
Red Walls Bedroom
Red Walls Bedroom

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