We see pink decor showing up in so many more places in recent years. Even the men’s clothing department is not immune! The color pink can give a range of different feelings to a space, depending on the hue and usage. Pink decor has become extremely popular and used often in interior design.
A palette of soft grey with accents of pale pink will be tastefully refined and feminine.
For a totally different feeling — a bright and happy combination of pink and green just makes you smile!
How about a modern feel? This bedroom has a 60’s mod feel with a contemporary style. And of course, pink!
I can hear you right now! You’re saying, “Yeah, I love pink, but my husband doesn’t!” How about a room that satisfies both of you? This room includes some wonderful and subtle pink touches (like that Venetian pink Murano glass chandelier!) with plenty of masculinity.
If hubby just won’t consent to pink in the rest of the house, you can always get away with it in your home office!
Would you decorate in pink in a guest bedroom or boys room? Why not use a hue of pink with more orange tones and pair it with navy?
Hopefully, I’ve inspired you to give pink another think! For help in giving your home a pinked-out flair (or any other color), contact me today!
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