We’re big fans of pinky hues here at Homes to Love HQ. Here are 30 ideas for using it at your place
How to decorate with pink
- Try pink accents if a whole pink scheme seems like too much. Opt for pink cushions, accessories or a rug.
- A pink sofa is an unexpected, but very welcome, design items in an otherwise non-girly space.
- Think about a non-permanent pink accent such as pink flowers in a vase
- Paint the whole room pink! Pink paint is trending, just look at the Pantone colour of the year for 2016, which was Rose Quartz, a warm rosy tone.
- Choose a statement item in pink, such as a fridge or a splashback.
- Sleep surrounded in blush tones. Shades of pink in the bedroom are perfectly acceptable.
The interior of Sketch London – one of the most instagrammed restaurants in the world.
A Pop & Scott sofa – yes please.
A pink door says ‘Welcome Home’.
Soothing tones of pink look fantastic against a white bedframe, such as this one from Mocka.
An Italian villa in sorbet shades of pink.
This pink shelf from Bride & Wolfe.
Pink mosaic tiles.
Icy pink roses are always a good idea.
This Bloomingville pink couch.
Pink antique chairs from this Hamilton home.
An Armadillo & Co rug makes all the difference.
Pretty-in-pink bedding from Wallace Cotton.
Go the gallery wall with a pretty pink background.
Cosy up in blush tones with linen from Foxes Den.
Mocka nails it again with layers of pink.
The pink cushions of this seating nook.
We’re big fans of pink & green together.
This millenial pink shower is what dreams are made of.
These pink and gold handmade ceramics.
The dreamiest smeg fridge in pink.
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