Looking for the perfect red shade for your next home project? Here you’ll find the Dulux Red Colour Chart in one place so you can find, compare and pick your perfect fiery red.
Red paint colours are a hugely popular choice in an interior for bringing a bold statement to a feature wall, or a romantic accent to a neutral colour scheme.
There is a huge scope for how red can feel in your interior from muted hues to fiery red terracotta shades that pack a punch.
Whether you’re looking to incorporate red into your hallway, bedroom, living room or beyond, join me as I explore all of the Dulux red colour chart paints in the collection.
Dulux Red Colour Chart – Let’s Meet The Red Colours
Despite having pink undertones, Sorbet is part of the Red family of Dulux colours and is a really beautiful muted shade which has red and pink undertones.
Sorbet would look incredible in its own right in a bedroom, or used as a feature wall. It pairs perfectly with neutral shades and more defining accents like black for a touch of modernity.
Raspberry Diva is the most perfect cherry, berry lipstick shade. This deep shade has pink and red undertones for a refreshing aesthetic.
This shade is perfect for most rooms in the home, but it would like great in a hallway or used as a feature wall in a bedroom.
Pair with black for a defining accent, or layer with differing shades of pink for depth and texture in the space.
A beautiful and distinctive shade of red, Redcurrant Glory is a deep rouge shade which packs a punch. Designed specifically for feature walls, this shade would make a bold statement in a bedroom, living space or hallway.
It has pink and white undertones so it pairs well with off-whites, pinks and neutrals too. If you want to add more definition to the space, introduce a few well placed black accents to tie the room together.
Roasted Red has a deep, rich red hue with warm undertones, similar to the colour of roasted red peppers. This bold, red shade packs a punch and is another favourite for a feature wall.
However, bold shades like this should generally be avoided in restful rooms such as living rooms and bedrooms, they are best suited to transitional spaces that can deliver big impact without affecting how you feel within it.
With pink and red undertones, Raspberry Bellini is a favourite of mine within the Dulux red colour chart.
This rich red shade is the perfect pairing for both neutral shades and colours such as sage green which will cool the redness down and provide a perfect restorative balance in a room.
Combined with the right colours, and this shade can look perfect in most rooms of the home, including in the bedroom.
Pepper Red is a true red shade by Dulux which is derived from a mix of pink and terracotta undertones for richness and warmth.
For a touch of romanticism in a space this shade is perfect for introducing a lasting impact.
With coral and pink undertones, Volcanic Red is a redder shade than Pepper Red.
When using this fiery shade in your interiors pair with pinks and coral shades for texture and depth in the space, introduce patterns with similar red colours for a cohesive and visually interesting space.
Of course, this shade works well with off-whites for a base, and more defining shades like navy blue and black which will help to ground the space.
A true red in the Dulux red colour chart, Salsa Red is one of the brightest, true red shades – perfect for a true showstopper feature wall, and used as an accent colour within the space.
Pair with neutrals and off-whites to create some balance in the space, or up the ante with red patterns and bold complementary shades like navy blue.
Monarch Weathershield is an exterior paint shade which could be described as a maroon colour with warm, red undertones.
This versatile colour is a great way to add impact and definition to your property or front door, without going for a dark charcoal and black colour.
The deepest rouge out of the Dulux Red colour chart collection, Ruby Starlet is a true beauty.
With rich wine and maroon undertones. This sultry shade would be perfect in cinema rooms, living rooms or as a feature wall in a bedroom.
Brighten the look with off-whites and neutral shades, or keep things moody and sultry by introducing complementary shades such as mustard yellow or navy blue for a touch of masculinity.