Incorporating the colour pink into your design scheme can be quite tricky. Choosing the right shade and accessories can transform the space giving it a sophisticated, chic or romantic feel instead of making it look pre-teen. So, today I’ve decided to round up some of my favourite inspirational spaces from House Beautiful which take this colour to a whole new level.
Designer Melissa Ruffy uses a squiggly modern art piece to inject a fun element into this girly bedroom.
Hints of blush pink paired with white give a romantic feel to this bedroom designed by Gary McBournie.
Bold prints keep this patio looking playful all year around (designed by Krista Ewart).
In this bedroom designed by Smith Hanes pale pink is teamed with a creamy taupe bedding set for a rustic yet elegant look.
A faded pink and white toile fabric lends this bedroom with a touch of French country elegance.
Interior designers Maxwell Macdonald and Andrew Corrie paired muted tones with blues and pinks for a relaxed vibe in this beach home in New York.
Benjamin Moore’s Razzle Dazzle makes a bold statement in the foyer of a late 19th century Brooklyn house. Vintage elements lend a glamorous feel. Designed by Jonathan Berger.
In this living room designer Jamie Drake uses salmon pink with black furniture and accents for a sophisticated contemporary look.
Hints of acid green lend a touch of drama to this pastel pink bedroom designed by Mary McDonald.
So what are your thoughts on using pink in interiors? What would you pair it with for an exceptional looking space? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.