Decorate Your Space With Red Luxury Rugs

Find the Right Rug

Before you decorate your room, start with finding the perfect rug. Consider the natural features in your space such as dark or medium hardwood floors. Do your walls already have a deep red color or are they neutral? Think about these features as you buy your rug. In a perfect world, buying your furniture and your rug at the same time will take a lot of the guess-work out of decorating.

Secondary Colors

Take a close look at your rug and determine what are the dominant colors and patterns. Most crimson colored rugs utilize complementary colors like crème or dark blues and purple. Black is a common secondary color in oriental rugs as well. Take note of these additional colors and use them as accent colors to keep the red from overwhelming the room.

Balance with Neutral Colors

An easy mistake to make when decorating is trying to find the exact shade of red in your rug and match it to the rest of your space. The reasons against this are twofold. First, it is extremely difficult to find reds of the exact same hue. Second, since red is a dominant color it needs neutral shades to help balance.

Black or brown leather sofas or cream chairs with black and red accents do wonders for large or small rooms. If you’re looking to update your wall color, go with a fresh coat of white paint and add artistic black and white photos on the walls. Gold frames are a natural complement to red floor coverings.