Reds

A Burst of Red

Red is hot right now. And the next generation of reds you'll see are infused with hints of blue so that they're sometimes fuchsia, sometimes violet - but always passionate, losing none of that reputation for depth and wisdom.


Red goes with everything!

Red is simply delicious in the kitchen. That said, as in any recipe, you have to know just how much to add because even a sprinkle adds spice. In the dining room, red kindles conversation and stimulates the appetite. Some even say it enhances your guests’ sense of taste and smell. And in the living room, red causes a sensation. But beware, reds have so much energy they can cause insomnia. Save reds for the walls outside a child’s room — especially if you want a good night’s sleep!
  • Colour Psychology

  • Personality

    Bold and energizing, red evokes passion and romance

    6051-65

    Red Jujube

  • Power

    Arousal, stimulation, increases heart and respiratory rate.

    6057-65

    Bloody Mary

  • Essence

    Exciting, daring and dynamic.

    6056-85

    Cupid’s Red

  • Trends

    It's all about choice doses of red: too much can be intense. Try it as an accent colour for a little spice.

    6500-13

    Cosmopolitan

  • Spirit

    Red stimulates and is great for spaces that see a lot of activity, or for people who love always being on the go.

    6057-53

    Tomato Peel


 

 

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