Park and Oak Interior Design


In honor of Valentine’s day, we’re going to do a little exploring with the color Burgundy. The deep, rich tone has been creeping into my head lately in the most unexpected ways. First, it was just a couple sweaters and an intriguing handbag but then it started trickling into interior design thoughts. The deep shade of purple-red- brownish has so much depth, so much warmth (is anyone sick of us using this word?). It’s bold nature means that you will inevitably make a statement, but statements can be a good thing. I know we talk a lot about neutrals and subtle changes in texture to make statements, and not so much about bold colors. But every once in a while, it’s fun to get crazy and do something totally unexpected.

So let’s explore….

In this room, the rich tone of the chairs provide such a nice contrast to the neutrals in the room. I would love to sit here and have a glass of wine.


High gloss walls make this room feel so sophisticated and unique. The green adds an organic element and really brings it to life.

I’m seeing a theme here with dining rooms, is it because Burgundy is the color of wine and that’s what’s meant to happen here?

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Burgundy paired with pink seems to elevate the color and make it feel so chic:

In a bedroom, it can be very romantic.


Just the right amount of color on a door, it’s unexpectedly welcoming:

Now this is interesting, I love how bold these bookshelves are, with books arranged in color blocks:

It’s working well here with lavender as an accent:

Inspiration from Benjamin Moore, the color New London Burgundy:

And an AGA cooker in burgundy?? With gray, it’s genius.

Black + burgundy is both moody and romantic.

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