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Viral ‘Unexpected Red Theory’ trend is spreading fast from TikTok to the interior design world


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The ‘Unexpected Red Theory’ is currently making waves in the interior design world. This trend, first coined by Taylor Simon on TikTok, is a playful take on color theory. It involves adding a single red design element, no matter how big or small, to a room where it doesn’t fit the overall color scheme. The result? A space that looks more elevated and intentionally designed.

 

The theory is simple yet impactful. It’s about adding drama to your home with bold red touches. It’s a universal design tool that works as well in larger homes as it does in small space interior design trend-led abodes. The beauty of this trend lies in its simplicity and the maximum impact it provides with minimal effort.

 

@intayriors UNEXPECTED RED THEORY #unexpectedredtheory #greenscreen ♬ original sound - Taylor Simon

 

The concept of using red to add strength to spaces is not new. The art world has used this technique for a long time. However, the ‘Unexpected Red Theory’ gives it a fresh twist, making it a hot design trend that’s easy to incorporate into any home.

 

So, why is this theory trending now? The answer lies in its transformative power. The unexpected pop of red can instantly lift a space, making it look fresh and on-trend. Plus, it’s a trend that has longevity, serious design kudos, and even science backing.

 

In conclusion, the ‘Unexpected Red Theory’ is more than just a passing fad. It’s a design trend that’s here to stay, transforming spaces one red element at a time. But what do you think? Does the ‘Unexpected Red Theory’ resonate with your design aesthetic? Would you consider incorporating this bold trend into your home? Share your thoughts!

 

 

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