Walls painted burgundy make a bold statement, so the walls will dictate much about furnishings, accessories and window treatments. The deep, rich red tones of burgundy make it an appealing color for walls. Burgundy is a good contrast to boring neutral walls or earth tones used throughout a house. If you decide to have burgundy walls for your house interior walls, here are several ideas for you to complement the overall look of your house interior. First idea, create the right colour contrast for burgundy walls. This may be stark white for crown moulding or baseboards in the room, for example. Burgundy walls with white window frames, white plantation blinds and white flooring can look good in any space. Use coloured pencils to draw the room, and try other interesting colour combinations. Burgundy walls with cream or light yellow trim can work well too.
Use high-quality furniture in the room. This look can be achieved by painting a dining table dark brown or buying dark cherry bedroom furniture. Because burgundy is an elegant colour, you will want to complement it with furniture that looks high-dollar. Don’t use cheap pine or laminated materials in a room with burgundy walls. You can use mahogany wood or a good mahogany stain on unfinished wood. These are just a few ideas for you. After all, having burgundy walls can create a warm, welcoming atmosphere in your house.