Pink. How do we feel about this colour? It has got a bad rep in recent decades as it is associated with girls. If a household has any manly men, it is very likely the only room in the house which contains pink is the craft room, or room which isn’t visited very often, maybe the guest room.
We have assembled an array of examples that use the colour pink throughout your home which do not send out crazy flower-power vibes.
Add pink to your door
Dusty pink is the way forward. It is muted, and looks good on practically anything.
The door combines with the bloom of the tree, amazing. Plus, when the season changes, the pink door will look good with green, and will bring colour to the street during the winter months.
Follow the pink brick wall
These exotic plants look fab with the contrasting backdrop. Green and pink again, great combination.
Bit of ombre by the front door.
Rusted colours also look great, and this feature wall definitely does it for us!
How about a contrasting colour? This pine green complements the pale pink to no end.
A blast from the past with the colour bathroom suite.
Hot pink also has a place in the office!
White on white with the pop of colour found in the rug. Perfect.
Pink shutters give off an interesting light to the room.
This distressed bureau looks like it belongs in a Regency-set drama.
This pink sofa looks amazing with its purple counterpart.