It is the time of year when the red and green accents come out, but I believe that you can use red in your home year-round. Here are some of my favorite ways to add a shot of red (large or little ) to every room in your home. — Maggie from Maggie Stephens Interiors
One Sydney Road
Wine Label Print – $20
Just tellin’ it how it is. I’d love this at the kitchen or as part of a gallery wall.
One of a Kind Vintage Dining Chair Louis XVI Warm Cream – $2,200
Vintage French-style dining seats look beautiful in a traditional space, or they can provide a smart comparison to a mid-century contemporary tulip table.
Game Accent Side Table – $299
This is not only a sweet little accent desk, but also a pull-out backgammon and chess board. I’d really like to get this for fun.
Zondra Chair – $895
This chic pillow-top slipper seat in brick red would look fantastic next to a classic side table in rustic timber.
Clairebella Monogram Cutting Board, Houndstooth – $38
Even your counter tops could be decked out in fashion. Bring some preppy to your homework work with all the always-elegant houndstooth and monogram.
Vintage Oushak Rug – $1,195
This is a fail-proof vintage Turkish carpet. Done and performed.
Macallan Plaid Duvet Cover & Sham – $99
This is the perfect bedding for a cabin, or pair it with equestrian details for a look to last through all seasons.
Tribal Beaded Necklaces – $39
I really like when jewelry is incorporated to design, like hanging in a gallery wall arrangement or strung around a lamp.
Tess Floral Tapered Drum Lamp Shade – $59
A pair of wooden lamps would show these off pretty shades and bring a timeworn appearance to the room.
Thomas Paul Blossom Persimmon Tufted Wool Pile Rug – $312
This high-contrast rug would liven up any room. I vote to the entrance or the den.
High Street Market
Chevron Knit Throw Blanket, Persimmon – $195
This toss is for draping over the arm of the couch and snuggling on cold nights.
Tree of Life Hand-Painted Japanese Room Divider Screen – $449.91
Add some serious glamour using a Japanese screen. Use it to soften a corner or to make a private area at a studio.
Pottery Barn Kids
Carolina Collectors Table – $159
The playroom can have some red. Children can show off their collections (rocks, pens, etc.) and develop a spot to create. I wish I had had this when I was little!
Collapsible Sawhorse Table – No Longer Available
I’d like this utilized as a desk at a minimum, white attic space. Plus, it is collapsible, which means you could put it away for celebrations.
Updated Louis Chair, Red – $329
I state every room needs some red and something contemporary. There’s nothing like this seat, killing two birds with one stone.
Hand-Painted Red Finish Solid Birch Wine Cabinet – $499.91
This could be magical in a little nook in the dining room. Mix drinks on top and use the drawers for cocktail lounges and corkscrews.
Daniella Chest – $599
The pretty lines of the chest look even better in this holly berry tone. It could be fantastic from the entrance, guest room, or even the living room — anywhere that could use a little hidden storage.
Mia Table Lamp, Paprika – $129
This lamp has a magical, squat little shape and a very simple shade. Tuck it into the bookshelves at a bedroom.
The Container Store
X-Small Lacquered Rectangular Box, Red – $8.99
This lipstick-red lacquer box would be on my own desk stashed with stamps, pens and a chocolate, or 2.
Tailor Sofa – $1,699
For the ultimate shot of red, go with a couch. This one’s nail-head trim and rolled arms set it apart.
Next: Welcome Winter with a Little Plaid