You Know You Want This:
On the decorating degree-of-difficulty scale, incorporating a red couch can seem like it's at the trickier end of the spectrum--circa retiling your bathroom and making that hula girl lamp wedding present happen. But assuming you're comfortable with a statement sofa (and your walls aren't already painted a stop sign hue) there's no reason you can't welcome Viell + Frances' fire engine-shaded leather chesterfield or Thrive's retro-inspired Nixon Sofa in Klein Atomic as the newest member of your furniture family. To ease the transition: try incorporating artwork with touches of red to ease the shock value, or stick to a tight contrasting color scheme to facilitate an accent moment. Then choose upholstery that complements your aesthetic--velvet for faded glamour, distressed leather for vintage boho, or boucle for midcentury enthusiasts.