Red is the queen of all colors. It is vibrant and warm and demands your attention in a room. Here are our favorite tones to pair with red, and a few of our favorite red rooms, as well.
Red and warm brown are such a chic combination, and a deep brown has enough visual "weight" to balance a bold red hue.
Benjamin Moore Tamarind AF-120
When Jonathan Adler pairs brown with his happy chic tones, the result is dynamic and artistic.
Benjamin Moore Shabby Chic 1018
Martyn Lawrence Bullard is the king of layering spicy colors and neutrals and into an exotic mix.
Benjamin Moore Moroccan Red 1309
Alessandra Branca layers various shades of red and pink to full effect. When grounded with black lacquer the balance of masculine and feminine is perfectly struck.
Benjamin Moore White PM-2
Mark Sikes liberally balances saturated hues with a healthy dose of fresh white.
Benjamin Moore Grey Tint 1611
Sarah Richardson's design style is a lovely mix of vintage and new pieces that gives her rooms instant "soul". Her mix here of red and gray is smart and inviting.
Benjamin Moore Sterling Silver 1461
Benjamin Moore Romantic Pink 2004-70
Alessandra Branca tucks a gorgeous game table into the corner of this well-appointed living room. Pink moire-upholstered walls create a gorgeously inviting nook.
Benjamin Moore Salsa 2009-20
Spicy red lacquer bookcases? Check! Patterned upholstery and a bold, wallpapered ceiling? Check! This red den has personality and warmth to spare.
Benjamin Moore Mississippi Mud 2114-20
When paired with red on this stunning railing, it adds just the right contrast
Miles Redd is the king of bold color and grand gestures, so red is the perfect hue to thread through his interiors. His spaces are so layered, it seems you would see something new each time you were in this cozy room.
Ready to layer red into your home? Feeling like this warm tone is just the finishing touch for your spaces? We would love to see your spaces! Post them here, so we can see how red warms up your style!