Rich pattern, on walls and windows, creates an exotic mood. Cool down the hot scarlet with subtle blocks of pink.
Mix paisley with folk prints and lush textiles for a parlour full of passion.
Mix matching crimson shades for a Punjabi Palace fit for a maharani.
Who said bathrooms have to be pastel? Shakeit up with bold walls and mismatched tiles.
Red grouting blends the hexagonal tiles in with the red painted walls above.
Enliven a Scandi setting with crimson accents– natural wood benefits from a splash of colour.
White keeps the room fresh and prevents the red from overcrowding the space.
Latticework pattern speaks to the Far East, while deep plums add a twist ofZen.
Hanging Chinese lanterns complement the wallpaper and complete the look.
Photography / Simon Bevan
Styling / Claudia Bryant
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