Pink is the color of love, femininity, babies and a good mood. Its warm, positive tones indicate passion, fun, and energy. Everywhere between pale blushes and bright magenta, pink is used to calm and comfort people.
Pink is the result of mixing red and white, which makes it fun and calm at the same time. It is precisely because of these two characteristics that people decorate with pink or opt for all-pink home decor solutions.
Even so, the pink interior design is usually limited to girls’ rooms and is rarely seen as a main / guest room option.
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Still, designers may disagree with this approach, saying that color can look amazing in adult, tiered spaces for adults with few creative ideas or moderated color schemes implemented.
According to them, there isn’t a lot of standardization for designing interiors with pink: you have to love the color and be inventive.
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Who said you have to go for the signature baby pink shades? There are many unique pinks that you can customize for adult’s room such as: B. bright corals, magenta, fuchsia, pink etc.
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The good side of using pink is that you don’t have to overdo it. Instead, choose just one element that can convey your message, such as: B. a bright pink couch in a pale interior.
For the best results, apply pink where it is least expected, e.g. B. in modern and pastel-colored rooms.
Follow your idea
If you want your space to be interesting and stimulating, go for it. Take lots of pinks and use them made from different materials (cotton, linen, velvet and wool). If you like what you’ve done, it works for everyone else.
Pops of Pink
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Pink asset walls are the perfect focal points of modern interiors that can make a room bold and lively without looking too bold or shifted.
Choose Pink Art as the focus
Find a cool pink piece of art and give it the central position of the room. You don’t even have to look for one – framed pink canvas might be perfect enough to achieve this.
Use pink with gray layers
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Pink and gray combinations are the current bedding trend that enables a clean and clear sleep, surrounded by light, dusty pink linen that looks and feels amazing.
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Pink curtains are a sophisticated and feminine solution that can “soften” any room.
Enrich it with natural tones
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Pink is a soft color, and the best way to highlight its beauty is to contrast it with natural tones or even natural materials (concrete, stone, and wood).
The combination looks unique and calming, and makes the space fresher by reminding residents of the outside.
Pink with black and metallic
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Once you’ve chosen a delicate shade of pink, you can balance it out with much stronger black or metallic elements and make an even bolder statement.
Accent pillows are never enough
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Not all of us are brave enough to paint an accent wall pink, but we can still have our soft haven in the room with a few pink accessories.
Pillows, for example, are an amazing way to add color to the room and make it more fun.
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Color can change or change your own decoration scheme, but if used correctly it would create an overall positive mood in a room.
In the case of pink, you can go a step further and replace a sure white wall with a bold pink wall. However, try to stick to blushing nuances as they look calmer and more romantic.
Pink as “element of surprise”
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Pink looks best when applied unexpectedly, especially in small, controlled rooms where no one would expect a pink arrangement on the wall.
Same goes for the place you want to use it – pink just makes your place look stunning without creating financial burdens or requiring too much work.
You can even get bolder and apply it in multiple places, but choose the ones that you don’t visit as often because it can be overwhelming.
Pink neon signs
Pink neon signs are the habit of today’s celebrities like Kourtney Kardashian or Lauren Conrad. Why wouldn’t you do the same for your interior?
Choose a neon sign and place it in a central location, e.g. B. on the wall above the bed or in the kitchen. Once you see the amazing atmosphere that it creates, you will understand the excitement of the celebrities that is going on around them.
Use fresh flowers to stay on the safe side
To be completely honest, pink isn’t anyone’s constant choice, which is why people like to play on the safe side with it. For example, they let fresh flowers do the spring trick, especially peonies, which look (and smell!) Amazing!
Pink geometric shapes
Few carefully selected pieces of furniture are not just a feature of small spaces – they are also becoming increasingly attractive in large spaces, where the message is conveyed with bold colors, textures or patterns instead of tenths of pieces of furniture.
Pink, for example, can add a really modern feel to your large room when applied to an interesting geometric pattern.
Leopard Pink – Absolutely Amazing!
The glamorous effect of combining leopard and pink in a single room is just breathtaking. There are many different ways to do this: throwing soft leopard pillows on pink couches, putting pink chairs on leopard rugs, or even choosing an already mixed leopard and pink bedding set.
The natural choice: pink and green
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The combination of pink and calm green will rarely catch on, but will still be strong enough to take over the entire mood of the room and stimulate the residents.
The best way to use this solution is to look for nature-inspired shades, such as stem green and flower pink, that don’t look unnatural or disturbing.
Sounds difficult, but finding the exact colors you want to combine is a challenging task: once you find them, you have to mix them properly to make the place calm, beautiful and inspiring.
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If you want to go beyond traditional and simple pink, mix it with some coral and you get an amazing shade of orange.
This shade looks best when applied next to white furniture or yellow accents. So use them to preserve the feminine appearance of your room.
Little pink details with a big impact
The devil is in the details, and houses are usually the best place to prove that saying. For this reason, we recommend that you use small, pink embellishments that have a big impact, such as: B. Candle votive pictures, photo frames, vases, lamps, etc.
Mixed shades of pink
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Designers usually advise using more than one shade of pink per room, as pink is a strong color that can easily appear disjointed.
Instead, they recommend a palette of at least 3 medium shades of pink or an interesting gradation from pale to dark pink.
Pink and taupe (dark buff)
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The powerful energy of pink becomes extremely visible in this combination, and it is the “diva nature” of pink that balances otherwise boring and boring taupe environments.
Traditional and classic settings are best for such a combination because they lack natural light.
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If there is one thing that you can be absolutely creative with with pink and not be afraid of wrong experiments, then it is accessories.
Accessories can be added / replaced at any time as needed. So think of anything with lucite and cute pink accessories. Be brave and let creativity do its job.
Pink can also be an outdoor solution, especially due to its light and playful nuances. Good choices are Deep Rose to make it dramatic, or Salmon to add a calm and comfortable atmosphere.
The best way to apply pink is to add an impactful bang to small objects and make them even cuter than they already are.