Not for the faint at heart, this eclectic kitchen designed by John Ryba is saturated in a rich, red lacquer. The white ceiling and stainless-steel appliances help reflect light, an important design element when working with a bold color.
Eclectic Living Room With Vintage Red Leather Couch
A vintage red leather couch stands out in an eclectic living room, which also has unique red wall vases, a small glass coffee table with three white vases, black and white floral curtains, and a console with matching table lamps.
The bold red of of this arts-and-crafts home is an exclamation point to the neighborhood. Meticulous detailing with natural materials, such as the exposed beam porch and stone wall and pillars, make this a shining example of the style.
This sleek, recessed media wall transforms your flat-screen TV into a stunning focal point and works well with any style decor. Our easy DIY will help you conceal the electronic components in your own media or living room.
Perfect for almost any occasion this shabby chic basement is fun and full of character. With sleek, clean white panel walls the living space is brought to life with vibrant colors in the furniture and wall art.
HGTV's The Outdoor Room transformed a plain backyard into an enclosed home office that still connects with its surrounding landscape. Floor-to-ceiling windows and a unique roof allow natural light to stream into the Balinese-inspired room featuring warm wood furniture, houseplants and a woven rug.
This loft-style living room features an exposed brick wall adorned with a black and white canvas and a red accent wall with a mounted flatscreen TV. A drum shade chandelier hangs above a sleek glass coffee table, a black and white shag rug and a pair of trendy gold ottomans.
Six Oaks can be found deep in the woods of Felton, California (not far from Santa Cruz). It’s built in a former railway area surrounded by redwood trees, although you’ll be glad to know only two redwoods were cut down to accommodate the home, and those were used for interior elements such as the stairs. Architecture and design firm Modulus created Six Oaks by stacking six shipping containers as a way to maximize light, views and airflow throughout the 1,200-square-foot space. Skylights, a bridge and private outdoor shower are other standout features in a home that’s otherwise intended to blend into its surroundings.
Cozy Red Living Room with White Shelving and Cozy Sectional
This living room features bright red walls as well as four windows, cozy seating areas, a low wood coffee table, a Flokati rug and a white shelving unit that is filled with books, art, copper dishes and a small TV.
There are good times to be had on this round patio.The outdoor dining and lounge area allows guests a space to enjoy the outdoors. Made of flagstone, it features lounge chairs, floor lamps, a stand-alone antique stove and a table with umbrella shade.
The furniture was designed to be multi-functional in this dual-purpose dining/game room. Oversized ultra-comfortable chairs easily pull up to the table for dinner or round of card, while the square dining table makes for easy entertaining.
The actual containers used in this home are concealed behind the duplex, and mirror each other, just as the duplex units mirror each other with two bedrooms and three bathrooms. Similarly to designer Patrice Rios’ own container, these function as either an office or guesthouse. Neither contains a bathroom, but there’s easy access to one on the first floor of each unit. Rios is currently designing another duplex in the city that will incorporate shipping containers inside the home.
In just one week, this eat-in kitchen is reborn as a sleek and vibrant place to prep and serve food in style. To stay on budget, the room's footprint is kept as is, while the existing cabinets are sanded, primed and updated with high-gloss, cranberry-red paint.