Red Room is for those who are active, passionate and optimistic. But you should be careful with the red color, this color can be aggressive and your interior will be far from comfortable. Red is an intense color. So usually it is balanced by a neutral like pure white. Red is also often used in accents. Though often used in living rooms red color schemes can also be seen in bedrooms and kitchens. If bright red is too active a color it can be replaced with coral red, pinkish red, or other muted red hue. And the biggest change will be if you paint all walls in red. It can be a little bit shocking during the first week or a month, but you will get used to it.
Red & Other Colors
Since red is a very energetic color it is often used in furniture and decorations but it can also be used in walls or one feature wall. Red makes great combinations with white, black, gray, orange, yellow, and beige. Red can be mixed with any of these colors in a wallpaper pattern, rugs, and furniture.
Red can make bold accents. The white or light-colored room makes the red especially stand out. The contrast is usually achieved by using red furniture against the white or cream walls. Gray or black can make a color scheme more interesting, but the interior can also benefit from orange, coral red, azure and purple.
Red walls can be overwhelming especially for smaller space. So red is often used in a feature wall or two walls in the room rather than all the walls. Red can also be mixed with other hues in a wallpaper pattern from floral to stripes to dilute the activeness of red with a more neutral tone.
Candles in the red room
For passionate interior decorate the red room with candles, they shouldn’t be red. Round shaped candles will look very good. Beige or white candles will also be the great choice. And don’t forget about large candles, they make the room look royal.
One more interior idea for reds is floral pattern. It can be used on the blankets, curtains and chairs. Choose light and fresh patterns.