24 05-2017
Pretty in Pink
By ADMIN

Pretty in Pink

Embrace your inner Barbie by adding a splash of pink to your home decor!

Pink, to most is a girly color, it represents the days of youth full of tutus and tiaras. However, this color isn’t just for the young, it’s also for the young at heart. There are many ways to incorporate this charming color into your home decor, without looking childish or going overboard. Keep reading for more details!

Pink Counter

No need to blind your guests with pink walls. A simple pink counter contrasts with white walls, giving your bathroom a vintage beach vibe.
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Pink Accents

Accents are great ways to bring character to a plain room. A pink statement piece or splashes of different pink accents will give your room girly touch without going overboard.

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Pink Pillows

Pillows act as cute and simple decorations. A sprinkle of pink pillows provide the perfect accent for any bedroom.

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Hot Pink

For a daring appearance choose hot pink. Not only is this color bold, but it’s sophisticated and exciting. Have fun mixing dark and light furniture to balance it out.

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Cotton Candy Pink

Cotton candy pink is soft and sweet. A kitchen with pastle pink appliances is comforting, charming, and gives a nostalgic feel.

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Dusty Pink

A living room with pale pink walls is soft and sweet. Adding a touch of white furniture to the room gives the space a sense of femininity and charm.

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Mix of Pink

The pale pink wall give off a sense of youth and natural beauty. Adding a deep pink claw tub as a focal point gives off a classy and vintage vibe.

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Pink Rug

Another way to incorporate a splash of pink to your home without painting in the walls is by adding a pink rug. The contract of the vibrant pink rug against a white room brings color and character to the space.

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Pink is for the young, but also the young at heart. Pink is a temperamental color that should be handled with care, too much pink can be sickening and can be overwhelming when used with the wrong color scheme. Use this color wisely and you're good to go!

 

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