Few colours can cause such controversy in the world of interiors as that of pink. Often reviled for being too feminine or child-like, it nonetheless has an enduring appeal for many, and is an excellent way to add colour to a room in a way that isn’t too heavy or intrusive.
The unusual colour scheme in this living room manages to just avoid being garish by ensuring that the colour tones of pink and green are just soft enough to be comforting, whilst the elements of wood provide a reassuring sense of stability to the playful interior.
Whereas others clearly believe that if you’re going to use pink, you may as well be bold with it! This bright bubblegum pink dresser is complemented perfectly by the dining chair and the playful bunting and floral tablecloth.
And sometimes the use of pink can be so subtle that it is almost barely there. The soft flesh tone of this bathroom wall provides a calming and muted backdrop to the loosely themed figurative pictures that form an individual and pleasing space to indulge yourself.
The child’s bedroom is one of the most traditional places that you’d find the colour pink. But even so, it can still be used sparingly to great effect. This work-space combines a sense of neat minimalism, with a playful set of accessories and just the right amount of shocking pink to liven it up!
And finally, we’ll leave it up the Scandinavians to show us how to use pink in a way that is clean, modern and ultra-stylish. This living room uses all of the Nordic elements that we’d expect with geometric prints, clean blacks and whites, elegant wooden furniture, and then just a touch of soft pink to add a subtle sense of warmth.