Red and Brown Living Room Ideas That Are Chic and Warm

RED AND BROWN LIVING ROOM IDEAS – A cool ambiance quickly pops up in our mind when we visualize red and brown work together in a living room. Red is bright while brown seems warm. A nice combination that balances the whole living space.

The two colors sometimes already color our living rooms with or without our intentions. This is thanks to a brownish hue that comes from wooden materials for furniture. Find out more about that and another intentional brown tone in the following list.

Shiny Red and Brown Living Room

Shiny Red and Brown Living Room

As we hinted in the introduction, the easiest way to provide brownish hue is through wooden flooring. As this living room especially suggests, polished wooden flooring provides fresh shiny tone when light shines upon the flooring.

As such, the brown provides brightness that mixes up well with bold, red fabrics covering a sofa set here. The bulky sofa seems comfortable with no throw pillows at all. This helps to emphasize the couch elegant attribute.

With the windows and the glass doors mostly take up the space, this room seems gleaming and cheerful.

Rustic Red and Brown Living Room

Rustic Red and Brown Living Room

Our second idea provides another natural way or providing brownish hue that later teams up with red. This time around, we choose rustic sub tone which suggests you using wooden materials for your planned living room.

In this modest space, rustic elements cover almost all of the space’s part. Wooden boards neatly cover the ceiling, the walling, and the doors. Interesting enough to notice that the doors are painted in bold red.

Another red element comes from a short coffee table. Undoubtedly, red mode gives a cheerful sense for the more brownish tone.

Adorable Red and Brown Living Room

Adorable Red and Brown Living Room
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This living space is quite unique because it relies on the comfortable, white carpet for a wide seating point. The carpet covers a small portion of the wooden flooring with just one mid-century chair design sits in one of the living room’s corners.

The brown tone next comes from the mid century storage style that looks beautiful in simplicity. The warm tone gets contrast mode from red that colors the area’s wall. The pairing results in this delicate and peaceful living area.

We love how this space uses the most proper shade of red that later fits in with the soft brown.

Open Space Red and Brown Living Room

Open Space Red and Brown Living Room

Red and brown can work optimally for an open space living room. As this area suggests, install windowpane that will enable you to absorb the beautiful landscape that lies behind the glass. Support the windowpane with solid wooden poles.

The wooden ceiling obviously provides a natural brownish hue. The mid-century coffee table and the window edge all give brown elements. With open space and topical feeling, here comes a bold, a red tone that clearly shows up in the bulky, comfortable chair.

The red throw pillow adds warmth for the space. An ideal and rejuvenating spot for a family retreat.

Modern Farmhouse Red and Brown Living Room

Modern Farmhouse Red and Brown Living Room

It only takes a beautiful, red carpet as seen here for a strong red element. This modern farmhouse looks merry thanks to this red carpet. The blue storage and the patterned, teal wallpaper give an extra enthusiastic feeling.

Meanwhile, brown hue feels more dominant as seen in the traditional-styled doors, the classic armchair, and the vintage table. The long couch interests us with the gradated brown and grey-colored fabrics covering the seating point.

The fifth of our overall red and brown living room ideas brings in chic touches to conventional farmhouse living space.

Relaxed Red and Brown Living Room

Relaxed Red and Brown Living Room
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Dark brown and bold red is a nice combination that can lead up to a relaxed sitting point like this. To realize this sub interior design concept, particularly select the short-legged dark brown mini sectional sofa like this one.

The bulky yet comfortable couch invites you to get relaxed after long hours at work. Have a bold, red carpet that covers the sofa and the unique, glass-made table. You can remove the table to find space for stretching your legs while sitting on the carpet.

So strong casual ambiance in this small, seating point.

Likable Red and Brown Living Room

Likable Red and Brown Living Room
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We especially love this living room because it combines some shades of brown with one particular shade of red. Light and dark brown come together. The light one comes from the wooden flooring while the dark one is visible through the couch, among others.

While that seems dark, here comes the sweet, soft shade of red as seen in the carpet and the throw pillows. The same shade of red also pops up in the curtains and the paintings.

The beautiful wall decoration and the wonderfully-designed curtains entertain our eyes.

Dark Red and Brown Living Room

Dark Red and Brown Living Room
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We believe the list will be incomplete without this living room sample. The space brings up two dark shades of both red and brown. We can say the dark in this room falls under the chocolate. It colors the room’s walls and wraps the table.

While the bold red seems shiny in the leather-made, comfortable couch set. The living room looks dark and elegant thanks to the antique desk, the old clock and the pendant lamp.

Warm and Cozy Red and Brown Living Room

Warm and Cozy Red and Brown Living Room
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Another amazing pairing of a shade of red and brown. They do look bold here but feels soft and warm. Thus, they can team up to create this warm and cozy living room thanks to the cushy sectional sofa and the brown ottoman.

Brown gets more tone as seen in the flooring, the walling, and the furnace. This concludes our remark that this living room is indeed comfortable.

Lounged Red and Brown Living Room

Lounged Red and Brown Living Room
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Who doesn’t want to throw bodies on that comfortable, brown carpet after hectic hours at offices? We especially point out the carpet as the second sitting and sleeping subsection after the minimalist, brown sofa.

The living space is an ideal lounged area where which you can spend hours on your own or with other family members. The space can be looking appropriate for receiving guests thanks to the red-painted wall that makes it quite elegant and formal.

 


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