Since bedrooms are not usually as large as common areas, try to keep your holiday accent colors to a minimum. Avoiding overuse of color will keep the look from becoming overwhelming. Here, medium and dark reds were used to update the neutral furniture with the simple addition of throw pillows and blankets.
The white walls and bed linens brighten up the dark hardwood flooring of this contemporary bedroom. Two matching red chairs, along with a red wood dresser, provide a bright color contrast.The rug and fur throw pillows add texture to the room, and the horizontal stripes of the wall-mounted fabric headboard extend the length of the wall.
Three ornamental and ornate art installations hang on a brown wall in this traditional living room that includes a cream-colored sofa, red patterned and neutral striped pillows, a red and gold armchair, brown coffee table, sideboard, and end table. Red accents in the floral arrangement and floral artwork compliment the color scheme of the room.
Neutral walls and furniture help to expand this small living space visually, while punches of bold red add color and life to the room. To make the fireplace the focal point of the room, the area around it is painted red.
This transitional living room features a neutral color palette with pops of red in the artwork, decor and upholstery. A plump daybed offers seating, while its pillows coordinate with the ottoman, window treatments and lampshade. A pair of Hepplewhite chairs and a Lucite coffee table round out the seating area.
In the kitchen, large windows and French doors with oversized transoms allow plenty of natural light into the kitchen, making the space feel bright and open. The white walls that anchor the space reflect the light, continuing the open design. To add warmth and color, red and white patterns were introduced into the space, creating a classic, space that is light and casual.