|beauty in architectonic repetition|
|inspiration: midnight metal and warm wood grain|
|wood stacked facade|
|Stefan Giers + Susanne Gabriel|
enjoy and have a great weekend!
|the winthrop in a queen|
as a kid, i used to wonder if we were all really seeing the same colors. i imagined a world where what you call red really looked like blue to me, and vice versa. the study of light and wavelengths does make it possible to know that what i call green and what you call green are in fact almost exactly the same. and yet our responses to color can be so intensely personal, so varied and so interesting.
|a peek at bold walls within will draw you from one room to another|
color is an incredible tool – it can set a mood in an instant, transform a room in an afternoon and imprint memories for a lifetime.
bold color on a single piece of furniture can transform that piece into an art form and a signature. this electric sectional sets a playful, artistic tone, complimented by small spots of color in a handful of coordinating accessories.
|details that define and defy in color|
just a few spots of color on an otherwise industrial palette give personality to a space. lighting is a fun an unexpected space for color of all sorts.
|dining chairs that welcome|
bold green velvet head chairs set this room entirely apart from other industrial farmhouse dining rooms, giving warmth and unique character to each dinner, study hour or game night that takes place within…
|walls (and ceilings!) that warm|
soaring color on walls and ceilings can bring your room into the ever-active present, exuding an active strength in lifestyle as well as design.
|curtains that celebrate|
if you haven’t found us on Vine yet, check us out by searching for redinfred within the Vine app.
a fun play with our perky outdoor lanterns to get you in the mood for a little porch decor, perhaps? these charming bamboo lanterns, with a spot for a candle inside, would make lovely party or wedding decor en masse, but look terrific on a side table in a spunky summer grouping as well.
we’re excited to share what we’re up to in fun new ways.
have a great weekend!
|inspiration at your fingertips: photography by Theresa Heard and Jessica Chiles|
there is no question that red has a particular look – but what makes red its very most red is our capability to bring smart, stunning solutions to any style our diverse customers throw our way. whatever you’re into – vintage inspired, super tailored, bohemian wiles, modern spunk, hill country ranch, high style glam or understated organic – we’re here to help you pull it together and truly make your home your own.
we’re here to inspire in anyway we can. today we’re sharing a bit of what’s at red right now, through our instagram photos, just to share what we’re up to with all of you who continue to walk through our doors each day and share so much about your home, your hopes, your visions.
|vintage scrabble letter collection in a fish bowl|
|coasters, chargers and cutting boards, soaked in olive oil|
|red’s own idlewild linens|
|a play of pattern, color and form|
|vintage inspired signage|
|great graphic design meets interior spaces and textiles|
|light through a vintage vase|
|a faithful friend|
|a wise one on the sofa|
|vases inspired by architectural ornament|
|an entirely novel way to bring nature into the home|
|knots, welds, linen and nailheads|
|unexpected juxtapositions of color and texture|
for more inspiration via the latest apps…
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build red into your own future homes and dreams via pinterest
watch what we’re up to on vine : redinfred
for those who still want to see, touch and imagine the old fashioned way, we’ll definitely look forward to seeing you at our store – 307 east main street, in the old Buick building, in Fredericksburg, Texas.