Even those who usually take a neutral approach when it comes to decor may occasionally be in the mood to add some warmth or drama to shake up their space. So we say go bold with a vermillion color. It may seem a bit out of your comfort zone, but even in small doses, the scarlet shade can create a big impact.
Here are some unique ways to use the rich red in your home to brighten things up.
1. On the Counter
A red countertop may seem like an unexpected design decision, but this vermillion sink with a matching faucet from Reath Design has us rethinking color combinations. We're loving purple and vermilion together, and we never thought we would.
2. A Little Lamp
Get the look: Abbyson Living Maybury Ceramic Table Lamp, $139.99
3. Tried and True Textiles
Get the look: CB2 Cusco Pillow, $49.95
4. Off the Wall
Get the look: Farrow and Ball Rectory Red
5. Under Foot for Sure
6. A Single Piece
If you want to shake things up, but keep your space white and minimal at the same time, consider adding a cabinet or credenza in a rich red shade. Pick a classic statement piece, and we're sure it will stick around for a long time.
Get the look: Orren Ellis Wray Credenza, $2,711.28
7. Why Yes, Wallpaper
Like we said and will always say, an accent wall with a little pop of color will help you perfectly stir the decorating pot. But you can also choose a patterned vermillion wallpaper for something really dramatic in your bedroom. This space even has a lampshade in a matching pattern.
Get the look: Perigold Best Fronds W Floral Wallpaper, $3.17 / sq. ft.
8. Vermillion Times a Million
Yes, vermillion kitchens are very much a thing. So if you're gonna go big, go big at home like this very vibrant space from Jest Cafe. You can paint your cabinets red or just bring the color in with your floor tile. Or, why not do both?