A bold red door is given a touch of holiday flair with framing garland and a matching wreath. Green and red ornament balls, clear lights and red berries were added to create a lively and colorful display.
A cottage in the charming historic town of Madison, Ga., features a red, white and green color palette with homespun style. The owner is from Denmark and used a Danish Christmas theme starting at the front porch. The home was on Madison's 2015 Town & Country Holiday Tour of Homes.
The great outdoors comes into this Asian bathroom, thanks to the unique wallpaper depicting a pastoral countryside scene. Bold red lines recall a wooden home or gazebo and elevate an otherwise ordinary powder room.
Achieve a stained glass effect without changing your windows. A kitchen or pantry window is a great place to install shelves to store colored glassware, says Susan Sully, author of “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques." “The light just comes right through it and really shows them off,” she says.
This bedroom's fire engine red walls are offset by green accents, including throw pillows and a ladder affixed to the wall above the bed. White bedside lamps and a pendant light brighten up the saturated space.
A small home office, featured on HGTV's Design Star, is staged in front of a large picture window. The bright red desk is inspired by an architect's drafting table, and adds a splash of color against mint green walls. A classic desk lamp and molded armchair complete the look.
Long windows provide a scenic view as a backdrop in this stylish sitting room. Red-brown stone flooring and a dark brick wall add texture and a distressed look to the design. Cushioned green chairs are angled into coffee tables and floor lamps for a cozy, intimate setting.