collections | Sep 7, 2021 |
Red-hot: 7 rich red decor pieces to warm up a neutral space

Equal parts classic and courageous, bright red decor accents can instantly breathe fresh life into an interior without disrupting a peaceful color palette. Whether it’s a scarlet-upholstered chair or crimson-patterned wallpaper, red can instantly warm up a neutral room while serving as an unexpected focal point. Curious about how to incorporate this daring hue into a home? Business of Home gathered seven bright pieces to help you spice things up.

Red-hot: 7 rich red decor pieces to warm up a neutral space
The Basalt flush articulating sconce in Chili by Hwang Bishop DesignsCourtesy of Hwang Bishop Designs

BASALT flush articulating SCONCE — HWANG BISHOP DESIGNS

Like functional jewelry for your walls, the Basalt sconce by Hwang Bishop Designs features an articulating geometric shade and comes in your choice of polished nickel or hewn brass finish.

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Red-hot: 7 rich red decor pieces to warm up a neutral space
Room & Board’s Theo chair in redCourtesy of Room & Board

THEO CHAIR — ROOM & BOARD

Sleek and sturdy, the Theo chair at Room & Board is constructed of water-resistant steel and comes in a powder-coated finish designed to endure the harshest of weather conditions.

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Red-hot: 7 rich red decor pieces to warm up a neutral space
The Leopard Lily small tablecloth in Royal Red by Ngala Trading Co.Courtesy of Ngala Trading Co.

LEOPARD LILY SMALL TABLECLOTH — NGALA TRADING CO.

A little red can go a long way on a tablescape. Case in point: Ngala Trading Co.’s Leopard Lily tablecloth in Royal Red, which features a vibrant jungle-inspired motif set on a crimson background for additional drama.

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Red-hot: 7 rich red decor pieces to warm up a neutral space
The Adirondack 4 Slat Compact Chair in Apple Red by Loll Designs at LumensCourtesy of Lumens

ADIRONDACK 4 SLAT COMPACT CHAIR BY LOLL DESIGNS — LUMENS

A timeless outdoor lounger with a colorful, eco-friendly twist, this Adirondack chair by Loll Designs at Lumens is made of ​​recycled milk jugs and boasts an ergonomic contoured backrest and seat.

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Red-hot: 7 rich red decor pieces to warm up a neutral space
The Grasshopper wall lamp in American Red by Iatesta Studio Courtesy of Iatesta Studio

GRASSHOPPER WALL LAMP — IATESTA STUDIO

For a vivid flourish that doesn’t skimp on practicality, consider a brass wall lamp with a pleated red shade. Add a pair of these eye-catching light fixtures from Iatesta Studio on either side of your sofa to free up side-table space, or employ one in your entryway to greet guests in style.

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Red-hot: 7 rich red decor pieces to warm up a neutral space
Expormim's Liz armchair in Eden Batyline 50972 Courtesy of Expormim

LIZ ARMCHAIR — EXPORMIM

Chic enough to use indoors but designed to withstand the elements, the Liz armchair at Expormim is composed of durable aluminum and can be customized in outdoor-friendly fabrics, including this arresting shade of red.

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Red-hot: 7 rich red decor pieces to warm up a neutral space
Mind the Gap’s Coquillage wallpaper in Samba RedCourtesy of Mind the Gap

COQUILLAGE WALLPAPER — MIND THE GAP

For those who can’t commit to a red-painted powder room or accent wall, the Coquillage wallpaper in Samba Red at Mind the Gap provides a playful seashell pattern in neutral hues cast on a rich crimson ground.

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Homepage photo: The Leopard Lily Small tablecloth in Royal Red by Ngala Trading Co. | Courtesy of Ngala Trading Co.

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