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Wednesday Fun: Red and Green Rooms

color-inspirationGood morning! It has been awhile since I have done a Wednesday Fun color pairing.  Today’s colors, Red and Green, are perfect for the season but would be beautiful anytime of year.  Please pin images from their original sources and leave a comment below to tell me which room is your favorite!

Red and Green Rooms

Trendy bedroom via She Knows

What do you think? The pillows are a little “Santa” but the abstract photography is fresh. The color on the walls make the space feel warm.

Green-and-red-dining-room-Ideal-Homevia House to Home

This dining room is adorable! Even though green and red is being used, it feels like Springtime.

hbx-leslie-norris-0210-de-1999643copyvia House Beautiful 

Well, what can I say, any room with a piano (my first love) is gorgeous in my book.  I love how this room as mixed so many different eras of pieces  but is so polished. Did you notice all of the seating as tall backs?

106-0706-bedroom-lgnvia Country Living

I am not a country girl but I LOVE this room. It could convert me. =)

four-chairsvia Decor Pad

Just subtle hints of color in this space.  Simple yet stunning.

elledecorvia Elle Decor

I am a sucker for the use of color and this room is it all.  Those wall lamps and that coffee table! Gorgeous.

bilhuber-EDC-06-13-5-lgnvia Elle Decor

Can I please have this wallpaper? Doesn’t it feel like a garden bedroom?506b238374c5b64b050013e0._w.540_h.344_s.fit_via Apartment Therapy

Fantastic way to do red and green (with hot pink) for an eclectic look.interior-design-ideas-red-rooms-4-lgnvia Elle Decor

Beautiful use of wall space. The saturated colors help this large room feel more intimate.

emerald green nick olsen house beautiful 2via House Beautiful 

 The last room is one of my all time favorites.  I have used the image before in Color and Trends for 2013 which you can find here. Did you pick your favorite?

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  1. When we see green, our mind traces back to the abundance of green shades found in nature, evoking a restorative, quieting emotion,” says Jackie Jordan, director of color marketing at Sherwin-Williams . “Green also evokes tranquility and composure.” Green is considered refreshing to the eye and is recommended to use for nearly any room of the home where you want to evoke the feeling of comfort and winding down.

  2. love the red color .. I am planning to change my home decor and I will choose a red room red-room but I am in doubt to choose the red walls or focus on objects in that tone.

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