If ever a color scheme evokes a particular holiday season, it’s probably the omnipresent combo of red and green that establishes the season of stockings hung over fireplaces, evergreen trees bedecked with shiny red ornaments and lights, and a mythical figure in a bright red suit whooshing over snow-covered rooftops in a sleigh.
Red and green are obviously two colors that are instantly associated with Christmas. Yet you can pick a room with these colors to serve you elegantly all year long! Used together in the right way these two colors don’t have to scream “Christmas”.
By calling in a neutral color, the space was moderated as it used red and green. Everything was broken up with the white colors.
Who wouldn’t want to hang out in this vibrant kitchen morning, noon, night and snack time? This rivetingly colorful kitchen never fails to wow. Appetite stimulating red cabinets and the olive green walls work just perfect.
The supercomfy café stools and the cushions contrast red and green in a subtle way. Definitely the family will enjoy most of their casual meals in this welcoming and happy space.
With natural green walls, red and white gingham can create a very typical French café look. This is a nice, cozy color scheme for a relaxing evening meal.
Aegean, a blue with glimmers of green, is one of the favorite ocean colors. It looks great with all shades of blue and surprisingly crisp with red.
VINTAGE LAKE HOUSE
It turns out red and pale green suitable for a beach style home with a lot of vintage vibes. Red accent wall is tone down with very light shade of green painted on ceilings and walls. Sweet!
Those big throw pillows would be perfect in your living room! Tie the green and dark red together the swirl patter is like the curtains. The goal was to infuse a lot of intense color while incorporating, and eloquently displaying, a fabulous art collection.
The color palette of bright red and celadon green in this coastal home perfectly goes well with wood. Also featured here is a medium tone hardwood floors.
Is it just me or do you also think of watermelon when combining red and green together? In this bedroom, these patterns with jade green walls and red accents go together to create the watermelon theme.
High country mountain home defines the interiors of this handsome residence coupled with the whimsy of an enchanted forest with the green sofa and red checker cushions, and don’t forget those red bar chairs in reddish leather.
Red and green aren’t usually considered good to mix in the interior decor but still these are colors of Christmas and they also look cool in all the other seasons, especially in summer when we want bold shades. Red and green combo is great for various interiors: modern, retro, mid-century modern, Moroccan and many others, and you may use them anywhere, from an entryway to a bedroom. There are certain tricks you could use mix them well.