red kitchen room
You might be interested in red kitchen design because your room feels ho hum. Red is the color of vibrant peppers, tomatoes and spices. It can give your room wow factor, and a little bit of red paint will really make your room pop without spending a lot of money. Red paint usually takes more coats of paint to get an even finish than other colors. This means that you’ll really want to think out your design before you make the commitment. The color red can give you energy and increase your appetite. You don’t want to venture into the extreme where a red room causes anxiety or makes your room feel smaller.
Red and white kitchens are sexy and dramatic. Think about when you get dressed to go out, you probably pair a black dress with red lipstick, or red heels to give it a little ommph. The same principle applies to your kitchen. If you have a traditional kitchen, spice it up by bringing in red kitchen appliances by investing in a new mixer, toaster or microwave. Make the black and white theme graphic by going with a white and black damask wallpaper on the walls. You can really get into the theme by painting the inserts of cabinet doors a sleek red. The damask wallpaper can even give a more opulent look to red cabinets. You’ll need to balance the traditional and modern worlds by adding in stainless appliances, door handles, and a crystal chandelier for an eclectic look that still works together.
The vogue for glossy kitchens is still very popular and gives a throughly modern, sleek look to a room. By mixing wine red an white, this kitchen has managed to achieve a modern look with out feeling too cool and stark- the red warms up the white keeps the room feeling light and airy. Magnet worktops.