Red: The Color of Love (and envy)

I have tried to be a red person, over and over. Truth? It clashes with my caramel highlights something dreadful. Sarah, with her strawberry-blonde hair also refuses to wear anything pink or red.

Our sister, Helen on the other hand is constantly rocking the red. It compliments her dark brunette hair and porcelain skin perfectly, as well as perfectly accenting her black and white colonial home. She often leaves Sarah and I feeling we lack a little luster…

With the drab, smoggy inversion of Salt Lake City nothing seems more appealing today than a punch of red. Perfect timing for February and Valentines if I do say so…

Passionate, bright, sultry and cheery. Welcome to the month of love…

boxwoodclippings_red and white wallpaperhouseandhome.com

boxwood_clippings red kitchenrealsimple.com

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boxwoodclippings_punchy red wallsmimiandmegblog.com

boxwoodclippings_red kitchen chairsfatospabuccu.tumblr.com

I love these bold rooms, how about that cherry red paint?

I have my eye on my favorite anthro latte bowls in the same color:

boxwoodclippings_anthro latte bowlsI would eat out of these babies all February long. Does anything change around your home for Valentine’s Day?

Congrats to Rachel and Sally Roehm, you are the lucky winners of the Winnie Press Valentine’s Day! Please email us your address and we will mail your card asap-y! (mail [at] boxwoodclippings [dot] com)

One Response to “Red: The Color of Love (and envy)”

  1. LB Says:

    I’m swooning over the House and Home bedroom. :)

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