3 predominantly red interiors

The colour of love and passion, but also of danger, red is a colour that brings warmth to our homes. In the form of accessories such as plaids, rugs, cushions or more imposing pieces: sofas, armchairs or chairs, …
Would you like to warm up your room? You don’t want to go back to fleecy materials? We suggest that you take inspiration from these 3 red-dominated interiors to bring warmth and colour to your home! Why these and not others? Simply because they have the answer to your needs: red.

Red, the colour of love and passion, gives your living space that little touch of positive energy it can sometimes lack! Dive into these elegant worlds and rediscover design icons tinted with this pretty colour!


1 – White chair by Verner Panton for Vitra – 1960 | 2 – Classic Danish vintage dining table in ash – 1960 | 3 – Alfred Hitchcock’s “Family Plot” movie poster, Andrzej Klimowski | 4 – Bed for Knoll in aubergine leather

1 – Vintage silkscreen print by Karel Appel “Animal” – 1970 | 2 – White Tulip coffee table by Burke for Arkana | 3 – “DCW” stained chair for Herman Miller, by Charles & Ray Eames | 4Vintage Germanvase by Heinrich in porcelain and white ceramic – 1970

1 – Gouache “L’Haltérophilie”, Léon Gischia – 1955 | 2 – Vintage red metal floor lamp by Hurka – 1960 | 3 – Vintage armchair “La Fonda” by Herman Miller – 1960 | 4 – Children’s chair by Harry Bertoia for Knoll

Convinced by red? Check out our collection of purple vintage furniture!