The Chatsworth House Uses Red to Contrast the Neutral Palette

By: Sarah Dos Santos - Published: Sep 17, 2013 • References: & freshome
Cambuild‘s Chatsworth House not only includes a spacious, organized decor but it also features red nuances that interrupt any possible monotonous appearances.

Many of us get carried away trying to get the furniture to match the walls, and choosing the right flooring to complement the lighting. One way to avoid any monotony is to use a bright color to add a unique, vibrant completion to the neutral décor.

The Chatsworth House—located in Perth, Australia— has a vision that inspires clients to dream away and get creative. It is a contemporary two-bedroom home that blends style and function and for an added bonus it is very energy efficient.

From the outside, the house gives off a serene ambience and the interiors are bright, warm and inviting. This spacious home is the perfect balance of innovation, elegance and spaciousness. Stats for Powerful Visual Furnishings Trending: Older & Chilly
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