Uncork the cabernet and let the color inspiration flow. Wine colors are often showstoppers because of the deep hues. Can you believe Cranberry Zing, Deep Redwood, Vintage Grape and Red Sparkle are color names of paints, and not wines?
These deep colors can be used in conjunction with a lot of built ins or wainscoting to break up the intense color. Lighter floors and blond colored wood furniture would also add contrast to reduce potential darkness. Or if there is a touch of purple and a smoky tinge in the wine colored paint, a bathroom or a master bath could be painted this color. There are so many options on how to use these color hues.
For sure these colors add a dramatic affect to any room with wine colored walls. Cheers!