|Red Fall foliage. A quintessential New England yellow house built in 1835. |
Each makes the other look fabulous, yellow with red that is.
|A few leaves still tinged with tangerine.|
|This tree should have a paint color named after it. Sherwin Williams are you listening?|
Crimson, scarlet, cardinal. Ruby, garnet. Apple, berry, cherry. Jam. Lipstick. Love, passion, intensity. Danger. Stop.
However descriptive we get with red, there's one thing it will never, ever be: shy.
About the same time I read that, Architect William T. Georgis did this red room for the 2014 Kips Bay Show House. Imagined as a study for the late Cardinal Spellman, it has some surprising details like the resin and rough-hewn wood console. Red waterfall legs. Wow!
I love red shoes but only wear them in Summer. Although these sparkly pumps would be fun at the tree trimming party.
Red has a schizo, multiple personalities personality. It's been a staple in grand interiors since forever.
|The Cavander Boys|
|Purebred Wallpaper from Thibaut|
Red rooms remind me of winter, in a good way. They always seem cozy and warm.
I don't have a red room but I've done a couple for clients. Do you have one? How much do you love it?
Thanks for reading,
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