Home Property How Quintain Living expected the ‘unexpected red theory’ with the interior design of their homes to rent

How Quintain Living expected the ‘unexpected red theory’ with the interior design of their homes to rent

by Lilly Partin
13th Mar 24 12:23 pm

In homes across the country – and on TikTok – bright bursts of red are popping up in all sorts of places. ‘Unexpected red theory’ is all about using bright pops of primary colour to elevate a room’s look and feel. In many cases, just one or two red items can make a major difference to the overall vibe.

Ever a trend setter, Quintain Living – the award-winning management company overseeing the rental of over 3,390 apartments in Wembley Park – has been embracing the unexpected red theory since long before it went viral.

“Using bright pops of colour to create energy and excitement in a room is very much part of our approach to creating unique, highly desirable homes that renters love. Our forward-thinking design means residents can enjoy Insta-worthy homes from the moment they move in, while our choice of furnished and unfurnished apartments means renters can also apply their own take on embracing the unexpected red theory,”said, Danielle Bayless, Chief Operating Officer, Quintain Living

In the New York loft-style apartments of Ferrum, bright red sofas and dining chairs make the industrial chic design sing. The bold touches pair beautifully with the exposed brick, cast stone and steel detailing, adding warmth to the basalt/silk grey kitchens and Amtico flooring, which comes in aged timber, royal oak or sun-bleached oak.

At The Robinson, unexpected red touches crop up in different ways in different rooms. In the living room, a single red stripe on the main lampshade brings vibrancy to the gentled, muted tones of the room.

In the kitchens, residents can take a less subtle approach to the unexpected red theory, opting for chilli-red cupboards that add punch to any meal.

Nor is it just individual homes that are benefitting from these bursts of colour. In the serene, stylish Alameda, the feeling is one of contemporary calm, from the yoga studio all the way up to the expansive roof terrace. It is the Alameda lobby that showcases unexpected red theory at its finest, with the cool smoothness of the polished concrete offset by the rich red walls and post boxes and the desk of the 24/7 concierge.

Taylor Swift’s fourth album released in 2012 was entitled ‘Red’ and with the singer-songwriter set to take Wembley by storm this summer, it really does feel like a case of move over Barbie pink.

For more information on Quintain Living or to book a viewing, visit www.quintainliving.com@quintainliving on Instagram or call 020 3151 1927.

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