Red is an audacious hue – but not one for those looking to play safe.

Just like high-achieving women in relationships, red is often considered too strong and unruly that people tend to avoid using red as a primary colour in their homes.

Although a bit loud and high-profile, red is a perfect colour to stir up excitement and stimulate the activities of our brains, most preferably in the living room for party lovers who like to invite friends over.

We reconfigured a series of furniture in red from a range of home suppliers in a 5C flat at The Visionary in Tung Chung, lighting up this 1,000 square feet apartment with a dash of red.

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