A large marble island stands out in this decadent chef's kitchen, which has red cabinets, a sub-zero refrigerator, a wine refrigerator and an enormous kitchen island. Four guests can pull up a barstool as you whip up your culinary masterpieces.
This urban, industrial powder room features scarlet red walls to generate instant excitement and contrast with the surrounding fired metal panels. Novel, bare bulb fixtures dangle humbly from red cable, illuminating the surroundings with eclectic allure.
Gray and Red Modern Boys' Room with Plenty of Space to Grow and Create
The family wanted a room that would be great for their two growing boys, but were limited on space, so designers created a room that fit every need. They installed bunk beds to make space for the two boys, and with a ladder on the side of the bed, getting up to that top bunk is a breeze. The bookshelves on either side of the bed make sure that both boys have space to show off their own personality, and, still, plenty of floor space remains for the boys to be able to play in their space.
The rich, red bedroom color is balanced by crisp white bedding. This master suite from the 2011 HGTV Dream Home blends neutral fabrics and modern art with dark furniture, a metal canopy bed, and bright red walls to create a cozy escape for two.
Modern Kitchen With Spacious Island and Red Accents
This light and bright kitchen features dark brown wooden Shaker cabinets paired with white quartz countertops and a soft gray backsplash. Stainless steel appliances add a modern touch, while red flowers and countertop containers provide a pop of color.
Eat-In Kitchen Island Adds Extra Seating in Modern, Red Kitchen
Not only is there a cozy banquette in this bright, red kitchen, there is also an eat-in island. This space, accented by modern, glass pendant lights and clear, modern barstools, is perfect for casual breakfasts with the family or as extra seating for a larger gathering.
Gorgeous wood paneling and cabinets give a refined cabin feel to this open concept kitchen and dining area. Spare, clean-lined elements are expertly mixed with organic accents like the wood table and stools.