Two deep-seated teak lounge chairs with red cushions covered in all-weather fabric make for a cozy outdoor seating area. Prairie-type, drought-tolerant grasses that surround the nook are found along roadsides and in edge-of-woodland conditions in Plymouth.
Red cushioned furniture grouped around a stone table creates an inviting conversation area on this spacious deck nestled in a wooded landscape. A large arbor offers shade and another eye-catching element.
Unique raised tanning rocks adjacent to the hot tub are covered with red cushions, providing a resting spot for poolgoers. The pool and surrounding patio are designed with ancient feng shui principles in mind.
Adding red cushions to outdoor dining chairs creates a vibrancy that comes from the contrast against trees and plants. The traditional iron scrollwork of the chairs and table bring an unexpected yet fun sense of formality to the patio gathering space.
Rich polished wood creates a warm frame for this inviting balcony. Wicker armchairs are topped with plush red tufted cushions creating a nice color contrast to the forrest green siding. A matching wicker table with glass top separates the chair for a simple and intimate set up.
Swap out your matching kitchen chairs or barstools in favor of more interesting options — you could paint them, replace them with a set of colorful vintage chairs, or simply give them a makeover with new slipcovers or cushions. You can sew your own or browse Etsy for custom handmade versions like the red barstool cushion shown here from Britta Leigh Designs.
A framed picture of a muscle car is the centerpiece in this masculine gray living room with red cushions. A circular glass coffee table is perfect for the room's seating area, while the color scheme of dark brown, red, white and silver puts a sophisticated spin on the bachelor pad style.
Neutral patio tile and matching, light neutral exterior walls create a calm and spacious look for this backyard swimming pool space. A pair of red cushioned chairs add a pop of accent color against the tan palette. A large turquoise standing vase contributes an additional touch of color and compliments the pool water.