20 Colors That Jive Well With Red Rooms

Classic reds are passionate and dramatic. They work well with traditional styles but they also know how to jazz up more eccentric, eclectic or modern genres as well. But what colors go with red? Which neutrals can tame a wild cherry or what feminine shades can jive well with a sultry tone? We’re sharing 20 colors that compliment and highlight this incredible color.


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A sunflower shade of yellow will compliment a red-dressed room with vibrancy and life. It will help create a very bold, striking look with a personality-filled effect.


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Black and red will always be a timeless, classic combination. If you want a living room with that type of chic appeal, no matter your decor choices, choose these colors to be the foundation.


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A classic shade of navy can also balance and mellow a richer red. This room has a pinch of preppy, nautical appeal but it’s also super stylish and youthful.


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For a layered, monochromatic look, use similar shades that provide depth to the room. Take this pink and red layered bedroom for example, the red and fuchsia tones come out with a blendable and sophisticated finish.


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Creamy whites can bode well with a striking shade of red, just take a look at this gorgeous living room! The creamy white mellows out this popping, cherry red with a sophisticated, easiness.


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A hazy, lazy room filled with modern touches look chicer and cleaner with a bright pop of red hidden in some subtle places. It’s a gorgeous, sleek way of decorating.


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Yes, you can match a sharp, cherry red with a grassy green and still create something fashion-forward and in-style. It’s got a tangible charm and quirky inhibition.


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Red and plum can create a very sultry and sexy look. But it can also create a feminine and crisp collection of feelings as well within more modern visions.


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This may not be the combination you think of first when decorating a room with red in mind, but it sure does sit quite nicely. This feminine and chic space is also unique, bursting with charm.


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This play room is extremely vivacious and full of life and that’s all thanks for the complimenting and contrasting turquoise and red tones surrounding the space.


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Just like with yellow, if you’re looking for a super vivacious and personality-filled area go with a mango and cherry scheme. It’s especially great for children’s rooms!


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For another great neutral idea, try adding red to an almond-covered room. It’s a very traditional tone but with the red accent, you’ll have a pair that can pop but also feel very family-friendly.


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Bubblegum pinks doesn’t go with too many counterparts, but it can mesh quite well with red. Not only is this kitchen strikingly beautiful and unique, but the mix of pink and red plays with your eyes and adds beautiful interest.


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The outside of your home needs to be paid attention to as well. And a bit of dandelion yellows on the siding with a punch of red on the front door make for a nice, friendly welcome.{found on goforthgill}.


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A gunmetal blue could be your answer to pulling off an industrial, yet hipster-styled dining room. These chairs and red accents make an easy, artsy look that we’re swooning over.{found on domoneyarchitecture}.


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Crisp, marshmallow whites can compliment a stunning red and create an even brighter and more vivacious look. It’s especially great for more modern, futuristic rooms because of its clean-cut styles.


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For a more grandiose and luxurious feel, try pairing gold and red in the dining room or more formal area. It creates an old-age spirit but also a sophistication and timeless appeal as well.{found on wandrdesign}.


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This pairing has a more traditional essence, which is always great for a family kitchen. There’s a liveliness due to the color, but also a very homey, cozy feel.{found on arizonadesigns}.


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Sharp and industrial in style, we’re in love with charcoal vibes and pops of bright reds. This duo has a subtle, masculine energy that we’re in love with.

Robin’s Egg.

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This Robin’s egg blue dining room is gorgeous but it’s even more pumped up with the additions of the crisp, red accents. It’s such a striking difference that it creates a very fashionable energy.