‘Think Pink’ Interior Inspiration
Blush pink has been popping up everywhere in the interior and fashion world and as we move into autumn, there is no indication that this warming, sophisticated hue is going anywhere.
Traditionally, pink was considered very ‘girly girl’, however, thanks to a generation falling in love with the tone and the creation of ‘Millennial Pink’ and ‘Scandi-Pink’ flooding our Instagram feeds, the subtle tone has been forever accepted as both fashionable and stylish.
Pink is simple to apply across your home and works well when you want a neutral shade to soften a space. It also sits happily alongside contemporary or charcoal greys and crisp, clean whites to create a modern look that can be used to create both bold statements and understated glamour.
So, how do you incorporate pink into your home, without making it look childish?
Go bold with statement furniture
Whether you’re creating a focal point in your living room with a sofa or you’re adding blush tones to your bedroom to create a fresh, inspiring place to sleep, one thing is for sure, a pink statement piece is sure to steal the show. Opt for luxurious velvet, such as Lychee smart velvet, or if velvet is not your thing then our Powder pink brushed linen cotton will tick all the correct boxes.
Go bold with pink interior or go home! (Preferably to a blush pink velvet bed!)
Integrate colourful accents
Pink perfectly lifts a natural palette and can create a charming, bright and friendly surrounding with just pops of the colour in the room. For a more understated look, try layering textures and fabrics with cushions, throws and rugs for a muted approach for a sophisticated look.
Pink tones on pink tones on pink tones!
A pink accent chair can still serve as a cheerful pop of colour in a decidedly moody space
An all pink backdrop
Whether you just paint one statement wall or the whole room gets a make over pink walls warm up a room while creating an environment that’s friendly, cheerful and inviting.
For a very subtle, delicate tone try Farrow & Ball’s ‘Middleton Pink’ or for a true pink, opt for their shade ‘Nancy’s Blushes’ which will certainly grab the attention of anyone entering the room.
The classic combination of pink and blue lends itself to a more sophisticated scheme and the striking contrast of the pale, subtle pink on the walls and the Patrick sofa in Deep Turquoise defines the entire look of the room. A winning combination!
The brighter, bolder shade of pink above our Bluebell sofa helps lift the vibrancy out of the other colours in the room