Styling with red. In interior design and fashion, red is usually associated with words like outgoing, eye-catching, successful and active. Decorating with red can make a room gorgeousRead more and really stick out with style, especially if you balance out the space with white or grey furniture and other decor that provide the right contrast. Take a look at the big picture and use finesse when styling with red walls. Sometimes it's easier to decorate with patterned red wallpaper than completely red wallpaper. This does not really require that the rest of your decor balance out the single-color vibe of the wall in the same way. There are two things people who style with red have in common: they dare to tread their own path and do things their own way. Red is a very expressive, eye-catching color.
There is no doubt that red is a color that evokes human emotions. Red is a color that sends strong signals in nature. Most people agree that red is a real eye-catcher. It's no coincidence that stop signs in traffic and sale signs in stores are red. Red is also strongly symbolic as a color in most cultures. The color is frequently associated with love, power and courage. In Western culture, red can also be a symbol for sin and sexuality, but red does not have the same meaning everywhere.
In Asian cultures, red stands for joy and success. It is therefore no surprise that red is a popular color at weddings in Asian countries. And as you may have already figured out, red is a symbol for the sun in Japan.
Why sunsets are red
We won't delve into this in depth. We’lljust briefly explain why the heavens are colored red at sunset. The white light we usually perceive includes a mix of the wavelengths of all colors. In certain cases, light is broken down into different colors, for example, a rainbow, or when you look through a prism. Light is scattered in a similar way at sunset. When the sun is low, it's the long wavelengths that reach us. Red has the longest wavelength and that's why the sky is mostly filled with red light. If you agree that red sunsets are amazing, take an extra close look at our Submerged in the Sun wall mural by Viktor Sundberg.
The history of Ferrari Red
There's a special hue of red called scarlet. Scarlet can be found in nature in the exotic ibis. It's a warm and fiery red color with touches of orange. This particular red tone has become almost anonymous with Ferrari sports cars. This special color is called rosso corsa and was initially used exclusively for racing cars. Each country had its own color on its cars. German cars were white, French were light blue, British were dark green and Italian were – you guessed it – this scarlet color that has become so strongly associated with speed and intensity. If you're a Ferrari fan, don't miss our range of Ferrari motifs.
Our wide range
Our range of red wall murals is as infinite as the color. We have everything from graffiti walls to classic chic patterns and, of course, Asia-influenced wallpapers. Each wallpaper you find here makes a unique impression, considering that both the color shades and patterns differ. We want to give you the opportunity to find a wallpaper that is suited to your style and stands out from the crowd. Take your time and look through our range of red wall murals. We hope you'll find something you love.