Sophisticated, daring, pop or, who knows, glamorous. All of these variations fit into a red room, did you know that?
That's because red has a palette of shades that embraces all of these possibilities.
The bright and vibrant red, like scarlet, for example, is the right choice for a luxurious and daring room. For those who prefer something with the face of wealth and sophistication, you can bet on a burgundy red room.
The more timid, in turn, can bring the vibration of red in small details of the decoration.
In any case, it is always possible to create a red room that fits your personality perfectly.
Do you like this idea? So keep following the post with us and we'll give you lots of tips to make an amazing red room decoration.
Red room: sensations and feelings
It's not talking to an ox to sleep. Colors are capable of provoking different sensations. And in the case of red, it is enthusiasm that predominates.
Environments decorated with color are vibrant, cheerful, full of life and capable of motivating even those suffering from depression, according to chromotherapy.
That's nice? IS! But when used in excess the red can cause agitation and nervousness.
Therefore, the tip is always to balance the use of color with other milder and neutral tones.
How to use red in the living room decor
Red is always a protagonist, even if used in small quantities. That is, whenever you choose the color, know that it will be highlighted, regardless of the other shades that are in the environment.
But there are ways to soften or accentuate the color even more and it all depends on how you insert it in the living room decor.
For those who just want a light touch of red, the suggestion is to bet on color in smaller objects, such as pillows, pictures, lamps, vases and other decorative pieces.
For those who are willing to go a little further, it is worth adding color to larger objects, such as a sofa, rug, curtain and even some furniture, such as a rack, sideboard and stools.
Finally, the most daring can invest without fear in a red wall for the living room.
How to combine red room decor
But it is not enough to put red in the decoration, it is important to know how to combine it with the other colors, unless you want a monochromatic decoration, which is possible, but extremely bold and impactful.
One of the best combinations (and one that doesn't usually fail) is the decoration of the red room with neutral tones, such as white and gray.
The neutral tones drawn to the yellow palette, such as beige, ivory and sand, should be used in decorations with tones of red more closed.
Another good bet is the combination of red with woody tones. This combination is even perfect for creating cozy environments, especially if the shade of red is that close to the palette of earthy tones.
But if your intention is to create something jaw-dropping, then don't even think twice about combining the red room with vibrant and complementary tones.
Good options in this case are blue, green, purple and yellow. However, it is always worth appealing to common sense and analyzing whether the decoration is not “screaming” too much.
Believe me, but it is possible to create a combination of red and purple, for example, in a balanced and harmonious way.
Photos of red room decor for you to be inspired
Practice is much better than theory, isn't it? Therefore, we have selected images of decorated red rooms for you to be inspired and take as a reference. Come and see:
Picture 1 – Red room decoration with sofa and rug forming a single color block.
Picture 2 – Red room decoration in a contemporary style. Here, the shade of gray neutralizes red.
Picture 3 – Colorful and cheerful, this living room bet on a red wall with flowers to differentiate itself.
Picture 4 – Living room with red wall. You don't need anything else!
Picture 5 – Luxurious, sophisticated red room that does not weigh visually in the environment.
Image 6A – Room with red curtain that also works as a room divider.
Image 6B – To gain an exclusive atmosphere, just close the red curtain.
Picture 7 – Room with bookcase and red coffee table. Note that the tones, although different, harmonize.
Picture 8 – A red puff and… voilà… the room already gains a new face.
Picture 9 – Room with red sofa matching the picture on the wall.
Picture 10 – Red and white room: perfect combination for those who don't want to go wrong.
Picture 11 – Room with red wall super relaxed. The paintings make the decoration even more complete.
Picture 12 – Red to warm the heart!
Picture 13 – Decoration of red room in earthy tone: more comfortable and cozy.
Image 14 – How about a red wall in gradient?
Picture 15 – For an elegant and modern room bet on the combination of red and gray.
Image 16 – Red on the furniture, white on the walls.
Picture 17 – Sofa, carpet and red armchairs stand out in this room with white walls. The lemon yellow sofa makes the counterpoint in the decoration.
Image 18 – The modernity of gray in harmony with the warm sophistication of red.
Image 19 – Here, the highlight goes to the walls with red and white stripes.
Image 20 – Red room with wooden details. The perfect combination for those who want comfort.
Picture 21 – Red monochromy! Lighting is another highlight here.
Picture 22 – Have you ever thought about a bright red ceiling for your living room?
Image 23 – Red and modern.
Picture 24 – Here, the red floor, in retro style, brings a touch of incredible nostalgia to the room.
Image 25 – Red room combined with wood and yellow tones. Maximum comfort and responsiveness.
Picture 26 – Red and black room: bold design, but without exaggeration.
Image 27 – It is not enough to be red, there must be textures!
Image 28 – In this room, three shades of red line up. The first at the door and the rest on the wall.
Image 29 – Conceptual!
Picture 30 – A classic room decorated with a floor and half a red wall. The red still appears in a punctual way on the carpet, sofa, lamp and pictures.
Image 31 – A simple and practical solution to bring red to the room: paint the walls!
Picture 32 – Room with red wall, super contemporary, decorated with pictures.
Image 33 – Room with red carpet. The final touch is on the white armchairs with red accents.
Image 34 – Red and black room. A super inspiration for those looking to use double colors in decoration.
Image 35 – Already here, the red comes accompanied by a delicate floral print. The niches in red MDF complete the project.
Picture 36 – Red and gray room: modern and elegant.
Image 37 – Over here, the decoration of the room was planned in shades of red and pink.
Image 38 – And if instead of simply painting the wall, you make a work of art?
Image 39 – Room with wall and red ceiling. Topa?
Image 40 – Carpet and red table in contrast to the white details.
Image 41 – Room with red and velvet sofa. Want more? Then paint the wall pink!
Image 42 – Gray room with red details to bring that warmth to the environment.
Picture 43 – Bold and full of personality!
Picture 44 – A scarlet red wall is no small feat! She speaks for all the decoration.
Image 45 – Red room from floor to ceiling!
Image 46 – Red, combined with yellow, makes the room cozy, warm and intimate.
Image 47 – In this other project, the closed red brings sophistication and elegance to the living room.
Image 48 – Monochromy in an environment beyond conceptual.
Image 49 – Rustic red room. The feeling of comfort is even more accentuated with the presence of elements in wood and stone.
Image 50 – For a vibrant red wall, keep the rest of the decoration in a neutral tone, preferably white.