There is a very understandable reason why important items and signs are red. A red fire truck, a red cross on an ambulance, a red warning or stop sign on the road, red buoys on the beach, and so on… Red is associated with many meanings: passion, vitality, heat, anger, excitement, romance, and many more. …
This little red structure seems to be hanging in the sky. Location: Sydney, Australia. This is the most ordinary window, which is unusually painted red.
Three indoor flowers, installed in a lattice below the window, betray an even more interesting shade of the whole composition. Location: Halifax coastline, Nova Scotia.
This time, we’re dealing with almost burgundy painted shutters set against a subdued but nonetheless interesting backdrop. Location: Quebec, Canada.
Obviously, the owners felt that there was not enough brightness in the red color and they decided to add more blue shutters. Location: London.
They say pink and red don’t go well together. The photo of this window shows that there are always exceptions. Location: Colonia de Sacramento, Uruguay.
Many of the buildings in the old part of Utrecht, in the Netherlands, date back to the Early Middle Ages. This house with bright red shutters is obviously one of them. (Of course, the shutters are repainted in a modern way).
This unusual lattice window is located in Richmond, Virginia.
This window is more like a time portal than a window. It is located in California.
Red and white always create an attractive contrast.