We have other colors related to red such as burgundy and maroon; have a rich stately feeling as well. Today, we have collected photos of living room designs which will explain to us further what warm colors like maroons do our divine spaces.
A brightly painted version of the sunburst layered upon an accent wall proves to be just enough to balance out larger artwork in this living area.
This Boston home has its homey touch to it thanks to the traditional archetype it belongs to. “She knew the living room and library had to be Clydesdale Brown by Benjamin Moore,” says Barkley. “She loves horses.” The boxed bay and white bookshelves in this room create a bright focal point against the earthy brown paint.
Low, neutral furniture with built-in side tables sits above a silk handmade Cha-Cha rug by Formaonline.com. The color palettes complement each other and note that the seating is just comfy and homey to look at. Tell us something we do not like with this picture – obviously, this living room is stunning and definitely a head turner. In a room this size you can afford to paint the walls in this rich light maroon shade by Morris & Co so long as it’s combined with other light colored elements, such as carpets, ceiling and fireplace. A Laura Ashley suite in a matching red shade is accompanied by rich purple velvet sofas which look luxurious and inviting. MasonButts created this rendered design of a maroon contemporary living room.
A black seating paired with a gorgeous stand lamp – what more can be bolder than this living room? Vintage modern flea market finds, like the chair, bench and coffee table, mix with a traditional couch for a fresh, young look. A vibrant maroon wallpaper gives this classic-style living room a real lift. Neutral upholstery prevents the scheme from becoming too busy, while golden curtains add a sense of grandeur. The aura of each space became more compelling because of the dark red used for the walls.