From rugs to tapestries, red accents light up this modular beach house in Australia. Here, red-and-white Tunisian tiles, sourced directly from the manufacturer online, surround a wood-burning stove.
This Boston kitchen, which recently received a remodel from Bunker Workshop, boasts a striking red backsplash that doubles as a pegboard for hanging cookware.
Located beside Washington's Mount Ranier, the Wibowo Residence references the threat posed by the highly active volcano. The glossy red staircase, seen here in profile, evokes magma running downhill.
The matching red window frames and patio umbrella at this lakeside retreat in Michigan pair nicely with the cottage's chocolate brown hue.
In the living room of this modular home in rural Maine, LC2 chairs by Le Corbusier offer a view of the nearby river, but the burgundy Womb chair by Eero Saarinen looks much more inviting.
Forgive the clutter, this harlequin home in Los Angeles's Chinatown is color conscious down to the most minute details. Here, the red of the play room chairs is echoed by the circular door accent in the midground, and again by the paint on the living room walls.
An unremarkable hallway space in Manhattan was transformed into a bright living and working space, thanks in part to a glistening coat of Safety Red paint by Benjamin Moore.