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Open Kitchen and Seating Area With Red Sofa
Painted wood paneling warms up the small open plan kitchen that opens onto this cheerful seating area. A high ceiling and clerestory windows add to the room's airy mood; red chairs and a sofa wake up the palette with bold pops of color.
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.
Deep brown cabinetry features clean, contemporary doors with bronze knobs and brings out the brown accents of the cream countertops. To save some money, Cowles builds a frame around the existing mirror rather than buying a completely new one.
Paintings Add Texture to Transitional Living Space
Four multicolored oil paintings add movement and texture to the deep crimson walls in this transitional living space. Likewise, an ornate rug and golden cabinet help balance the more traditional details of the room, like the white crown molding.
This transitional dining room is painted in a brick red to complement the rich wood tone of the dining table and chairs. A traditional area rug, curtains on the arched doorway and window, and a metal chandelier tie the space together.
With so many gadgets used throughout the day, it's smart to find a way to integrate smartphones and tablets into your kitchen design. This modular command center allows homeowners to keep electronics within reach yet off the counter, thanks to under-cabinet outlets and tablet/smartphone cradles.
Traditional Dining Room With Metallic Tray Ceiling
This bold dining room features vibrant red accents paired with an oval dining table and plush neutral tufted armchairs. A traditional candelabra chandelier hangs from a metallic tray ceiling, while a bay window allows natural light to illuminate the space.
This living room features a blend of traditional decor with modern touches, including the multicolored artwork hanging above the sofa. Two U-back armchairs are positioned in front of the fireplace, while orange striped curtains and a red velvet ottoman add pops of color.
Interior designers ensure a well-balanced kitchen by sticking with a perfect mix of materials. In this kitchen, the cabinets are glossy and rich, while the butcher-block countertop is flat and neutral. To help tone down the intensity of the red cabinet color, reflective blue tiles stem from the top of the counter all the way up to the ceiling.
The key to making rooms feel well curated and balanced is the proper mix of organic materials. Nearly every element in this room is made from all-natural materials, including the driftwood floor lamps, Belgian-linen upholstery, cotton draperies, rustic wooden nesting tables and aged-brass hardware.
Polished with tons of character and fun, this sitting room offers a unique style. Red walls with mirror accents set the stage for this creative space. The color story is spread to the floor by red and black chairs that accompany a zebra print rug. Large white vases flank a versatile dresser that provides storage and charm, making this room perfect for just about anything.
A red shaker-style, pencil-post bed with a paisley spread sets the stage in this Americana design. This guest suite incorporates iconic symbols and distinctly-patterned fabrics, including gingham carpet, to achieve the look.