12/13/2012

Turn heads with Oxblood

by Erika Woelfel

One of the most dramatic colors I’ve seen this season is oxblood. Different from burgundy that carries a blue or berry undertone, or a wine red that can be brighter; oxblood is that perfect balance between rich chocolate and deep garnet. Think of it as a dark brown with a

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touch of red. This makes it the perfect sultry alternate to black.

On the runways it appears in all forms: men’s and women’s shoes, pieces of jewelry using semi-precious stones, lush velvet wraps, shiny satin gowns – all with the same mysterious and stunning effect.

This color is magnificent for interiors and exteriors as well. Oxblood adds depth and majesty to formal rooms, and is an easy update for doors and trim work.

Oxblood is a sumptuous mix of dark chocolate and wine. We’re seeing it everywhere from fashion to cosmetics to food!

Its rich depth makes oxblood a fashion accessory classic.

For eclectic interiors, a brown-red accent wall works well with rustic stonework and a neutral color scheme.

As an accent color with gray for a modern bathroom.

Colorfully yours,

Erika

One response to “Turn heads with Oxblood”

  1. John Brunger says:

    The Oxblood color has a great history. I was raised on a farm 70 years ago and all around me as a boy was that deep rich red. Furniture and our barn were Oxblood color. I have a chair from the farm with the color. The paint was about protecting the wood from the weather. Typical human reaction of getting tired with the same color. People want change.

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