However, it is one of those strong colours which divide & conquer the masses.
Some find red too traditional, too striking, too much.
I would happily paint over it but it is one of those compromise decor issues.
How do I get around the large marsala (red by any other name) wall?
Our home decor tends to incline towards 'global trend' as we incorporate things from our travels & various countries we have lived. That global range uses marsala as a block or accent colour.
I love ceramics & interesting fabric which provides the thread running through our home.
Our living room curtains were made from a long length of Ralph Lauren fabric that I loved & which tied in to the red wall. A local seamstress made them up for the bay window & they provide the colour palette for the room with their earthy tones.
A large piece of hunting fabric which I framed to compliment the curtains
Natural solid wood & leather bound books add the earthiness that is needed.
I gathered the pantone coloured ornaments in one group rather than all over the space - two trays on the console table keep them as a group.
Various textures that I love - feathers & antlers - very organic :)
A vintage family tray holds elements from our African trips …
That is how I do global Marsala at home, by bringing in various shades & textures. On trend - no, just working around a red wall that is liked.
Will you be embracing the pantone colour of Marsala this year? How will you do it? Inspire me please.
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