You do not necessarily have to paint the whole room in red in order to get the effect you want. You can simply use the red for accent pieces such as the pendant, the rug, the drapes, the decorative pillows etc. You also have the liberty of using several different shades of red like red-orange hues for the pillows or burgundy for the drapes.
In a room filled with mostly wooden furniture it can be difficult to find the perfect color for the walls. But in this case you should also consider using complementary colors and blue would make a great choice. You can use blue for the drapes, maybe in combination with other colors such as grey or beige which are neutral tones and would not interfere with the accent color.
Break up the space in your large room with some dividers. This way you create false walls that break up the visual look of the room. Dividers are a great addition to a central zone and can make them fell even cosier. Book shelves are great at providing this desirable discontinuity, but how about using a simple piece of fabric that is suspended between two zones instead? This is a very inexpensive way of warming up a cold and super-sized lounge.
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