11 Red Bedrooms You'll Fall in Love With

This daring and vivacious color will instantly transform your space.

Red Bedroom Ideas
Simon Upton

Red has long been known to evoke love, power, romance, and a bold energy. Still, many are hesitant to take on the task of perfecting a red bedroom. Fear no more, as we break down 11 red bedrooms that are guaranteed to make you rethink your next design scheme.

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1 Pattern Crazy
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James Merrell

This petite Parisian bedroom doesn’t let size dictate design; though the space is small, the natural light creates the perfect backdrop for the red and white patterned walls, curtains and decor.

2 Fun Graphics
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Bjorn Wallander

This Manhattan children's room features a bold red carpet and matching world map wall decal for a playful punch that is youthful yet sophisticated. By balancing the red with whites and blues, the room stands out without being overwhelming.

3 West London Bedroom
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Courtesy of Turner Pocock

This Victorian bedroom designed by features a quirky-patterned wallpaper that creates depth without making the space feel crammed. The reds in the framed UK flag, details on the blinds, and decorative pillow complement the walls without feeling too matchy. This look is perfect for a kid's bedroom and can make a space more fun and lively.

4 Royal Accents
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Roger Davies

Designers Amy and Todd Hase put an unsuspecting twist on their Hampton's guest bedroom with this Qing Dynasty wedding bed. The bright flowers and simple bedding appropriately balances the ultra-detailed gilded bed frame.

5 Bed Nook
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Werner Straube

For attic bedrooms or bed nooks, an easy way to enliven the space is to add an understated wallpaper that enhances the unique architecture without making the space feel smaller. This delicate red pattern is the perfect addition to the nook, and is complemented by the bold red bed frame and bookshelf.

6 19th Century Oasis
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William Abranowicz

For architect and designer Sig Bergamin, the home should be an "oasis of calm." In his bedroom, he softens the bold red bedding and lamp with a calming yellow in the wallpaper and headboard.

7 Deep, Muted Reds
Red Bedroom Ideas
Simon Upton

Designer Lorenzo Castillo proves that even with an abundance of red, a calming atmosphere can be achieved when you choose your decor wisely. The understated wallpaper is the perfect foundation for the luxurious Valentino velvet headboard and 17 and 18th-century Spanish mirrors.

8 Statement Headboard
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John Robshaw

This Indian bedding and headboard made by John Robshaw unites traditional Indian patterns with modern, eclectic design. If you're looking for a statement piece in an otherwise plain bedroom, this is perfect inspiration.

9 Coordinate it
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Simon Upton

The yellows and reds of designer Alessandra Branca’s Rome apartment work together beautifully, interacting with the natural light to create a boldness in the bedroom that still feels welcoming. The intricate Indian coverlet and custom headboard are mellowed out by the calming watercolors above the bed.

10 Complementary Colors
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Eric Piasecki

This stunning canopy bed is complete with a bold pattern that extends to the curtains and walls, but that's not the only reason to love this room. The unsuspecting harmony of red and green creates an uniquely elegant and colorful bedroom.

11 More is More
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Dominique Vorillon

Brazilian magazine editor Fabrizio Rollo did not spare any details in his hyper-decorated guest bedroom. Dior scarves and framed sketches cover the walls, and a combination of solid reds and statement patterns on the bed, leave no space for simplicity. This room is proof that excessive decor can still feel both chic and homey.

12 Make things romantic
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Trevor Tondro

If you're looking to bring romance back into your bedroom, incorporate bold red velvets and maybe even a matching floral arrangement. Deep chocolate browns can tie the reds together, while creating a more sultry vibe.

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