Above, a single red light fixture has statement appeal in a kitchen by Molly Luetkemeyer.
From cheery gingham tablecloths to the deep hue of a glass of Bordeaux, red is a color that demands attention. Yet, it’s also a color that’s surprisingly versatile. The same red can be used in both traditional and contemporary decorating. A quiet study done in navy, for example, could be energized by using a red desk chair or red pillows on the sofa. In a sleek all-white room, adding a red accessory brings a sense of drama. Here are just a few of our favorite red pieces at Viyet right now:
The “Custom Pintura Screen” curated by Joe Lucas is a great way to introduce red into your room. This playful pattern of wild animals and plants is done in a linen fabric. A four-panel screen, it could be used in an open-concept room to define an area, such as a bedroom or a playroom.
Want to add excitement to an all-white bedroom or living room? The Cliff Young Ltd. “Red Angora Fur Rug” will do just that. At nearly 9′ x 12′, this richly hued (and luxuriously textured) rug is the ultimate statement.
Think bold with this “Modern Red Leaning Wall Painting.” It features a grid pattern of blue on a red background. A stainless steel frame gives support to this artwork, allowing you to rest it against the wall. Use this piece in your entryway to create a grand entrance.
The “Allan Knight Antique Chinese Doors” offer something different and special to put on the wall at the end of your hallway. The faded red paint gives a subtle hint of color to these exceptional wooden doors, which date back to the 18th century.
The “Vintage Art Deco Club Chairs” curated by J. F. Chen are upholstered in a red star cotton blend fabric and have a walnut frame and feet. They are sold in a set of two, and would look lovely in your living room for additional seating.
A great way to add a bit of red to your kitchen or dining room is with this “Vintage French Painted Chandelier.” Hang it over your kitchen island or dining table for a pop of color.
Introduce a bit of red between two occasional chairs with the “Swaim Accent Table with Satin Finish.” Its top is the perfect size for setting your book or drink.
We love sideboards not only for their storage, but for their versatility. The “Arte & Cuoio Triangolo Sideboard” can be used to display pottery, hold a television, or of course, buffet items. Its lacquered finish has a luxurious depth.