Frank Lloyd Wright was known for using a brownish red he called Cherokee red. Made with iron oxide, Cherokee red was not one exact color but a whole range of reddish hues, some dark and some more vivid. In this photo, gold and red furnishings harmonize with colors of the woodwork and bricks.
How much did Wright love this color? According to early plans, Frank Lloyd Wright colors at the New York Guggenheim began with Cherokee red. More House Paint Color Tips >