How to design a Red Bedroom
Red is the colour of love and passion. It is a warm, vibrant colour. Red maybe too bold for some people.
However, if used in the right proportions, it can create a romantic ambience in a bedroom if the colour scheme is planned and used with a neutral or colour complement.
Red can be used as a main colour or as an accent colour.
Here are some great ideas to guide you.
Red And Grey
Red and grey work well together, by using grey as the overall colour options with accents of red throughout, adds just enough warmth and pizzazz to keep the design interesting and well-balanced. These accents of colour can be incorporated in throw pillows, lamps, artworks, or within an area rug.
Red And Black
Red and black is a traditional colour combination. The best way to use this combination is with other neutral colours.
Red can be used to create a focal point or accent wall in your bedroom, to add the illusion of space which makes an irregular room appear proportionate. Wallpaper is a great alternative for an accent wall.
A splash of colour on the bed is a great way to add a little pop to a room that is encompassed in neutral shades. Use a red bed sheet, pillows, and a fun accent pillow to create a lively and serene bedroom.
The classic black, white, and red colour scheme can be used on the beddings and accent wall. This is a subtle and simple way to make a long, awkward sized bedroom look warm and cozy.
Asides using red within an accent wall; another alternative is to use red furniture or a headboard. A solid red headboard can be used or if you want to add a little hint of red , use a striped or patterned design. If you do decide to use a headboard in other than a neutral shade, you’ll need to be careful on how you accessorize your bedding since you’ll be limited on certain colours or combinations.
Try this out and let me know how it goes.