Pink, although stereotypically associated with little girls and femininity, remains one of the most popular colour choices for home décor. It can be used in many different decorating motifs from the French candy days of Louis XIV style to the hot pinks of the 21st century. It’s one of those colours you love or loathe; if you love it you simply can’t get enough of it! If you loathe it you could drop into the deeper tones that verge on purple to keep your home in vogue with the current decorating trends.
Most little, and not so little, girls love pink and what better place to use it than their bedroom.
Choose the bright tones that encompass purple to give a contemporary look to bathrooms.
Show off your love for pink in a boudoir styled bedroom or dressing room.
Team pink with white for a dream bedroom for tweens and teens.
Office Room Design
Pink and black are winning colour combinations; they’ll look amazing at your work station.
This pale pink kitchen is amazing.
Team pink with coral in a bathroom it give it more of a family feel.
A pink and purple colour combo in a dining room can make it look and feel luxurious.
Give a pretty feminine look to a conservatory with pink accessories to match pink flowers.
You have to really adore pink to be brave enough to have an entire room in pink, including the ceiling.
A combination of pink and grey or brown enables it to be used without leaning too far towards feminism.
The Glam Pad
A pink and white dining room has a distinctively feminine look that many women will adore.
I Design Love
Using bright pink in the hallway provides a welcoming sight – especially as pink is associated with friendship and unconditional love.