Everybody has noticed that the Millennial Pink has made its way into fashion interior designs. This is probably one of the biggest trends on Pinterest this year and everything indicates that it will continue for the next year. Today Home Decor Ideas blog will present you 10 pink room designs that will inspire you for your own home decorations. When you’re considering paint colours, the first shade that comes to mind probably isn’t pink. The hue is usually associated with nurseries, but it works well in any space. “There are few colours that are more visceral than pink,” says interior designer Summer Thornton. “It immediately transports you emotionally to a place of whimsy, positivity, and femininity. Plus, light reflected off pink makes the skin look flawless and subtly warm—it’s an instant mini-suntan.” No wonder the shade has been on trend recently.
In this first example, everything is pink. However, it’s a very light pink so it doesn’t look overwhelming. The key is to match this colour with white furniture and also light wood furniture. It looks like a dream.
Sometimes all it takes to get that trendy pink look is to find a beautiful pink sofa and match it with a stunning coffee table. You have your perfect match and super trendy.
This living room looks so sophisticated with both the pink colour but also the matching gold and silver materials. Amazing interior design choices.
The Empire Center Table is to find itself in the very heart of the most memorable of events and celebrations. It begs meaningful conversation and years of toasts, symbolizing the union of friendship and the celebration of life. As you can see this centre table matches perfectly with the colour pink.
Designed and built to make an impression and deliver an unmatched experience, this exquisite piece will add a breathtaking touch of elegance and glamour to your luxury living room.
In the New York apartment of Ginevra Caltagirone, designed by Count Manfredi della Gherardesca, the dining room, which is brightened with Paper and Paints’ SC 312 Pink, is furnished with a 1950s Italian chandelier from De Parma and a Soane Britain table and chairs
Designer Sasha Bikoff offsets walls painted in Coral Rose by Fine Paints of Europe with glossy black furnishings in a bedroom of a Tribeca maisonette.
In the master bath of Jamie Drake’s Manhattan apartment, Venetian-plaster walls in Benjamin Moore’s Perky Peach serve as the backdrop for a Michael Beatty wall-mounted sculpture and a circular work on paper by Christopher Tanner; the sink and tub fittings are by Boffi, and the towels are by Ralph Lauren Home.