From pastel shades to bright magenta, pink has taken the interior world by storm and rapidly become one of the most popular shades of the moment. With brands now incorporating pink into their new ranges such as the stunning Le Creuset Shell Pink collection to the soft pink Bubble toaster from Russell Hobbs, there are so many ways in which you can now introduce pink to your home. Whether you’re looking for a pop of colour in the kitchen, or some subtle shades in the living areas, the following post has plenty of inspiration to help you style pink and enhance your own interiors.
Painting with Pinks
Having pink within the home can really help to brighten each area and bring a warm and welcoming feel. For those looking for a larger dose of pink, getting creative with the walls in the room can work really well. Choose your favourite shade of pink, you often find that the lighter, softer shades work best when used in larger quantities, and give your walls a fresh lick of paint. If you’re opting for a darker shade, you may want to look at introducing a feature wall that will catch the eye instantly.
A great way to introduce pink to your home is through beautiful pink fabrics that will change the whole dynamic of the room. Pink curtains will help to dress your windows perfectly, giving them a little more colour and life whilst also adding to the overall décor of the room. Similarly, you may find a stunning pink chair or sofa that will create a lovely focal point in your living areas, in a delicate fabric that adds an elegant touch to your home.
Say it With Art
Introducing artwork to your home is beneficial for a number of reasons. You often find that artwork is great for expressing your personality and bringing a touch of your own character to your home, as well as it lifting the atmosphere in the room and finishing off the décor perfectly. You can find some lovely pink prints online on Desenio as well as Ikea and other home décor retailers. Similarly, you may find that introducing pink frames helps to create a look that flows throughout the room, whether you opt for a statement feature wall with a gallery style display, or a few of your favorite photos positioned on the mantle piece with matching frames to finish off the look in style.