Subtle white and intense red

With bright white as your base, use red to fire up the Scandi style in your living room this winter. These two hues just zing when you put them together – who says your lounge always has to be neutral? What’s more, with the festive season fast approaching, it’s easy to tailor your décor for Christmas with a dusting of gold and a smattering of green.

So, whether you want to ramp up the drama with a full-on scarlet storm or play it subtle with a few bright accents, put your living room on red alert this winter.

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Room arrangement – Lilaea by Harlequin, Just Jayne in Bridgnorth

Featured products:

Ruby wine glass, TK Maxx £4.99

Red scales, HomeSense, £12.99

Retro dial phone, Cuckooland.com, £33.95

Red bobble trim cushion, HomeSense, £12.99

Tabia rustic silver bottle, Amara, £37

Personalised family tree framed papercut, Gettingpersonal.co.uk, £24.99

Mercury glass table lamp, Harvey Norman £170

Silver glass deer votive, Daisy Park, £11

Tabia rustic silver vase, Amara, £37

Red and white chest of drawers, HomeSense £249.99

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