Rich reds and browns and a mix of textures and fabric make a cozy, luxurious media room in this brownstone apartment. In a playful design move, a red velvet curtain glams up the wall above the television.
In a living room with a white backdrop, chocolate brown furnishings and red accessories can make a strong statement. Designer Matthew Patrick Smyth pairs red and brown together as complementary shades. The warm tones in each color can be used to create a cozy living room environment.
The warm-toned exterior of this brick home is a beautiful color pairing with the natural green hues of the pristine front lawn and planted trees and shrubs. Yellow shutters, window frames and front door add a soft touch of color.
This timeless kitchen look features a chic pop of brass throughout the space. Red-brown island bar chairs draw the eye with a warm wash of color against the white and gray color scheme. A subway tile backsplash gives a marbled look to the wall beneath the range hood.
A curved gray island with marble countertop is lined with dark leather bar chairs. The red-brown tone of the chairs pops against the charcoal gray and thick white trim. Soft wood cabinetry and hardwood floor add a traditional element to the design. Glass cone pendant lights and a glossy silver backsplash finish the look.
Two French posters inspire the bold color palette in this eclectic bedroom. Soft brown walls serve as a muted backdrop for the bright red nightstand and upholstered headboard. Black and white patterns—stripes for the shades, graphic for the bed linen—add further drama.
A hallmark of Southwestern architectural style, this adobe home exterior features Pueblo Revival design with a flat roof and rounded exterior walls. A bright red front door and window frames pop against the brown exterior, giving the home character.