Interior Designs That Will Convince You That Red and Green Go Well Together
Red and green. Colors of Christmas and many flowers don’t always look good together especially in interior design, but there are certain tricks you could use to change that. First, you need to choose the best green and red shades that go very well together to decide whether you are going to use them as primary and secondary colors or just as accents.
Red and Green Color Schemes
Here the dark green and bright red look great together. White space between patterns balances it out and lightens up the room, which would be very dark if it was painted green entirely.
Making one of the shade brighter is a great solution for continuous space. Equally bright red and green accents work great even on duller green background thanks to monochromatic combination of colors.
Neutrals with bright inclusions and accents work great in any style. Here are a lot of neutral colors that don’t clash, while red and green make the space look livelier.
A living room furniture set doesn’t have to be a uniform color. A colorful area rug can bring different color pieces together.
Sometimes one color can be a bit more dominant in a still neutral scheme to create dimension.
Brighter colors are best used in accents while primary colors are best kept mute.
What do you think about green and red color scheme? Love it or hate it?
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