The red color symbolizes love, passion, excitement, energy, good luck, happiness, prosperity, and longevity. It’s the strongest of all the colors. This vibrant color is also a very artistic one. So, whenever you are looking for creative inspiration, the red color can inspire you. Also, red is the number one color when it comes to designing dynamic and active interiors and exteriors. Discover a couple of the interior designer’s ideas for designing and decorating with red color.
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This energetic color warms our hearts and thoughts. Namely, color healing experts say that red color raises body temperature and stimulates our mental and physical energy. Perhaps that’s the reason why this vibrant color has been crowned the color of love.
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Red Color Decorations for Bedrooms and Living Rooms
Accordingly, the red color is an essential part of romantic decorations. Since this is an active color, in rooms for relaxation – bedrooms and living rooms, it is usually brought in the form of smaller design elements, such as coffee tables or lamps, and decorative accessories – curtains, bedding, decorative pillows, wall art, and flowers.
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The Energy of Fire and Chi Energy of the West
In Feng Shui, the bright-red color is very “yang”. This vibrant color is associated with the energy of fire and chi energy of the west. For example, if you place bright-red lamps west of the center of the living room, it will strengthen the chi energy associated with romance and finance.
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Creativity and Passion – Red Kitchen and Dining Room Decor
Red color brings creativity and passion to the kitchen decor. Decorative accessories in this primary color heat up the ambiance. The red hue is also a great interior decorating idea when it comes to the color selection of the kitchen cabinet doors and drawer fronts. Combine it with neutral colors, such as white, silver, grey, beige, and brown.
A red tablecloth on a kitchen or dining room table is a lovely and creative choice, especially for decorating a table for a romantic dinner or setting the scene for a festive holiday gathering. The fiery appearance of the red color can be “cooled off” by combining this energetic color with tableware and decorations from the neutral color palette. If you wish to “warm-up” the atmosphere for a romantic dinner, place two red heart-shaped candles on the table and a couple of red roses since these floral beauties express love. A red rose in full bloom declares “I love you.” or “I still love you.” A bouquet of rosebuds gives compliments on youthful appearance and beauty.
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The Primary Colors
Energetic red, sunny yellow and relaxing blue are the primary colors. By combining these three strong colors, all the other colors of the spectrum are created. For example, the union of calming blue and exciting red brings artistic purple into this colorful world, while blue and yellow create the green color – a sight for sore eyes.
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Complementary Color Duo
A marriage of active red and relaxing green color creates a complementary color palette that is traditionally linked with holiday decorations as well as designing dynamic spaces. Namely, these two strong colors complement and highlight one another, thus designing a very energetic color scheme. Red and green colors are also symbols of love. When it comes to furniture and decorations that contain both of these colors (or even more than two colors), it is recommended to combine them with single-color walls.
Red is a very exciting color and a great ingredient of design. Let’s enjoy this lovely color.
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