While the color pink is often seen as a softer, more feminine tone primarily for bedrooms or baths, it really is a versatile shade that can work in any room of your home. From bold to pale, this tone holds its place perfectly and can be combined with a plethora of colors to create an extremely chic and soothing palette. And fear not, making a serious pink statement with an appliance or a sectional will be a decision you'll never regret. Because let's face it, a pink room is oh-so flattering for any selfie. Here's a little how-to for infusing the hue in small and big ways.
As mentioned, a cool or hot pink wall will always create some intrigue in a bedroom or beyond. And if you're not into committing 100 percent, use it as an accent color for a chic style statement. You don't even need to add art.
Keep your space otherwise neutral, if you prefer, and make a bold pink statement with artwork. Choose something abstract for just the right amount of pop on your white walls. You can even DIY a piece if you want something truly custom.
Shake things up in your kitchen with pink appliances like the SMEG refrigerator in Camille Darroux's sweet cook space. You can even find pink toasters, mixers, and more for a super saturated look.
Forgo painting your whole bedroom pink, and pick a few throw pillows, a comforter, or blanket in the shade. The accents will easily update your decor with a fresh look, and they won't burn through your budget.
Finding furniture in good pink shades will be an adventure because you likely won't want something that looks cheap. From sofas to lounge chairs to oversize sectionals, the shade works beautifully on upholstered pieces. Mix and match patterns like this chic room does, or keep it cool with a soft rose sofa and neutral tones.
Instead of painting, why not install pink patterned wallpaper? We especially like florals and geometric shapes that cover a single wall.
Sure you can buy some appliances in pink, but why not commit to the color for your entire kitchen? We love how the tone gives off just the right amount of warmth. And just look at how this shade works with a gold backsplash. It's a next-level unique aesthetic that will make cooking feel more magical.
Like we've said all along, there are so many ways to incoporate a few pink room ideas. They're elegant, cool, and (trust us) timeless. People say there are 50 shades of gray, but there are a thousand shades of pink. And this living room — with its wallpaper, walls, curtains, sofa, and lounge chair all in different blush variations — proves the hue is not only pretty, but pretty awesome.