Powder Room Features Bark Wallcovering, Unusual Sink
Double entry doors are upholstered with a patterned fabric. The back wall showcases an open weave bark wallcovering that leaves some of the red wall beyond exposed. The sink is repurposed chicken wire filled with a bag of river rocks with a function stainless sink hidden below the wood timbers. Water falls into the basin through the rocks, creating a nice soothing sound.
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.
Instead of an accent wall, the designers used this deep, saturated hue on every wall of this narrow study, enveloping its occupants in warmth and coziness. The result is luxurious and sensual, inviting everyone who enters to read, relax or enjoy intimate conversation.
Vintage toys and treasures set the tone in this kid's bedroom that's part of the HGTV Dream Home 2009 designed by Kim Myles. Twin four poster beds add elegant vertical height while a rich red makes the room feel snug and cozy.
Bright red wallpaper with a lobster print covers one half of the wall in this bathroom. White shiplap covers the other half of the wall to keep the space from appearing too busy, and a nautical-theme toilet paper holder finishes the look.
Cranberry + Blue-Gray Palette in Transitional Kitchen
For a play on warm and cool tones, the cabinets were covered with a rich red paint that contrasts with the cool shade of blue-grey on the surrounding walls. When pairing reds, whites and blues, choose unexpected tones to prevent a thematic look.
There is no other color on the planet that conveys more energy and warmth or makes more of a powerful statement than the color red. Red kitchen cabinets and accessories evoke a sense of fire and sunsets.