{9 creative ways to use pink}


“I believe in pink.”  — Audrey Hepburn

She’s not the only one, either. We reported on the pink trend at Highpoint Market back in April, and it’s just getting hotter. From the hottest of pinks to the subtlest blushes — and everything in between — here are some of our favorite ways to use pink.

Cozy up in a rose quartz sofa. It’s the Pantone Color of the Year, and it warms up this cool, modern living room.

rose-quartza-sofa-with-a-dog

Credit: Daily Dream Decor

Or swap the colors. Go with a soft pink on the walls — like Benjamin Moore’s Love and Happiness — to offset black and white furniture.

Credit: Little Green Notebook

Credit: Little Green Notebook

Too afraid to commit to pink long-term? Cluster pink accessories together, and switch them out when you get tired of them (read: never).

Credit: Refinery 29 |

Credit: Leif Shop

You could also go half-way with pink by painting half of a wall.  Go traditional and tape a crisp line, or get creative with this look. It’s like a pink cityscape!

Credit: Pernille Enoch, BologLiv

Credit: Pernille Enoch, BologLiv

If you’re more of the go-big-or-go-home types, Benjamin Moore’s Royal Flush is both bold and beautiful.

Benjamin Moore

Credit: Benjamin Moore

Or, double-up on the pink. Benjamin Moore’s Touch of Pink and Hydrangea Flowers are the perfect pairing for a pretty princess bedroom.
Pink & Turquoise Big Girl Room

Credit: Liz Carroll Interiors

What are your favorite pairings with pink? Navy, white and gold are the classic pairings, but grays go so well with a midrange pink like Benjamin Moore’s Peach Parfait.

Benjamin Moore

Credit: Benjamin Moore

Blacks and white make a chic, dramatic pairing for fuschia.
CIty Projects

Credit: Amanda Nisbet

And finally, this combination of Benjamin Moore’s Cool Lava with natural wood furniture and huge landscape prints feels like a place where Hemingway would feel at home, don’t you think? Corals were popular in the early 20th century, so if you’ve got a home built during that time period, try it on for size.

 

Steven Gambrel Time and Place

Credit: ABRAMS

Can’t get enough of pink? Check out our Pinterest board, In the Pink, for even more design inspiration.
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