Red can be quite a fiery colour, so balance it out by pairing it with pastel colours and soft furnishings. We recommend throwing some furry cushions, white storage units and calming candles into the mix. Then again, if you’re after a show-stopping look, layer your red wall decoration with dazzling bohemian art prints and matching colourful rugs.
As we’ve already said, red is a bold colour choice, so our advice is to invest in some red art pieces and then decorate around it. For your living room that means making sure your cushions on the sofa match red accents (so go for yellow, white, tawny-orange, green, blue and black colours) and investing in some stripped back black or white floor lamping. In your kitchen, try and consider matching your bowls, plates and cutlery to your red wall art for a well-put together look.
Above all, remember to have fun with it. These are just guidelines, and with a little bit of creativity you can make lots of different looks. Try purple and orange wall art for a snazzy contrast, or play it safe with some industrial lighting to really spotlight your stunning wall hanging.
Being the colour of passion and love, our red prints, posters and canvases also make for a fabulous gift. So even if the colour red won’t go in your home, you can still live vicariously through your mates and dates.