From Julie & Sarah:

A touch of red is always a good idea; here are a few examples of kitchens that benefit from a color jolt.

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http://redkitchentwo.jpg Above two photos: A kitchen in a London loft from InSpace Locations.

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Above: Red accents add a dash of color in this kitchen shelving arrangement.

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Above: A red Verner Panton Flowerpot lamp in a NYC kitchen by Messana O'Rorke Architects.

http://redagakitchen.jpg Above: A lipstick red Aga in a kitchen by UK designer Oliver Burns.

http://grunsendwell.jpg Above: A house in Sweden from Hulting Arkitektur.

http://delsonshermanredkitchen.jpg Above: We like the red Marmoleum floor in this kitchen on Central Park West by Delson or Sherman. joe-serrin-kitchen-with-red-range.jpg

Above: A red European-style range in a kitchen by Joe Serrins Studio.

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Above: Architect Francois Champsaur painted a wall red in this Parisian kitchen, via Marie Claire Maison.

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Above: A red ladder adds a touch of color; photo by Patric Johansson.

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Above: A collection of red pots and pans.



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