When coordinating an autumnal color scheme, think outside the box. Modern black planters can be used year-round, and cranberry-red flowering annuals are an easy way to add a touch of fall flair. When mixed together, black, dark green and cranberry red create a bold palette that is appropriate but unexpected for fall.
Add an element of surprise to your porch or exterior entry with a DIY planter box dressed with integrated house numbers. To coordinate this planter with the rest of the fall decor, it is painted an eye-catching cranberry tone.
Cranberry sauce is one of the most popular culinary elements of Thanksgiving. Put a decorative spin on cranberry tones by using them as accents for your porch's fall decor through seasonal flowers and plants.
Cranberry is popular for Christmas and Thanksgiving, but it can also be used year round. If you want to incorporate red and green into your holiday decor, pair cranberry (red with pink undertones) with earthy greens, like sage or celery, for an updated take on the classic color combo.
Cranberry red is the ultimate fall color. This gender-neutral tone can look formal, casual, traditional or modern depending on how it's paired. Keep cranberry simple and understated by mixing it with greige or sand tones and accents of royal blue.
To make a new kitchen island feel original and authentic, tie it together with your kitchen's color. For a seamless effect, this island was painted the same shade of cranberry red as its surrounding cabinets.
Buck the trend of pumpkin and chocolate brown this fall, and try on a more unique and woodsy palette. Shades of forest green, gray and cranberry red add warmth and richness to this outdoor fall tablescape.
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.
For a play on warm and cool tones, the cabinets were covered with a rich red paint that contrasts with the cool shade of blue-grey on the surrounding walls. When pairing reds, whites and blues, choose unexpected tones to prevent a thematic look.
To dress up the bland, contractor-grade doors, the fronts and backs are wrapped with batting and cranberry-toned faux ostrich vinyl. The finishing touch is the paneled effect created with antique brass nail heads.
Black furnishings and menswear fabrics stand out against walls painted a vibrant cranberry hue.The queen-size pencil-post bed is dressed with boutique hotel-quality linens, quilted bedding, a cozy wool throw and a ticking-stripe comforter. Turn-of-the-century walnut and poplar doors were stripped of paint and repurposed as pocket doors.
Black furnishings and men's-wear fabrics pop against walls painted a vibrant cranberry shade in the master bedroom of the HGTV Dream Home 2011. Turn-of-the-century walnut and poplar doors were stripped of paint and repurposed as pocket doors for the room.
An excellent way to put a fresh spin on a space is to introduce contemporary art. While several key pieces in this transitional living room are classic, the art is more modern and clean. This abstract piece by artist Sally King Benedict brings contrast to the cranberry walls.