Pink Living Room Ideas

Pink Living Room Ideas

1 Of 10 Use Pink as a SurpriseAdding pink in a small space, like on the wall of the foyer, makes a statement without too much investment. “You can go this intense in an entryway, where you don’t spend that much time,” explains designer Jonathan Berger who chose Razzle Dazzle by Benjamin Moore for a Brooklyn townhouse. “It’s a ‘Wow!’ moment that says, ‘We’re brave, we’re bold,'” he says. Francesco Lagnese 2 Of 10 Choose a Pink with Purple TonesChoose a rich hue in high gloss for a seductive bedroom like this one by designer Jamie Drake. “Orchid pink is wildly lush and not at all juvenile,” he says, “This room feels almost aromatic, redolent of complex perfume.” Nick JohnsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 10 Try Deep Pink in the Dining RoomDo you love to entertain? Then choose a color that complements your guests. Designer Suzanne Kasler advises picking a deep pink like Checker-Berry by Glidden for the walls of your dining room. “This has undertones of raspberry and rose, and it makes people look good, which gives everyone a good feeling,” she explains. Tria Giovan 4 Of 10 Add Pink to Energize a SpaceA fresh and exciting pink backdrop, like the shade used in this living room by designer Windsor Smith, livens up any lackluster space. “Wherever you see this color, you instantly equate it with a passion for life,” she says. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 10 Try Vintage Red Furniture”Pink here is really faded red. It’s pink with a past,” says designer Ellen O’Neill of the timeworn vintage and antique furniture in the living room of her Hamptons home. Their colors have been softened over the years, which gives the room a mature, wise air. John Kernick 6 Of 10 Layer ItSlipcovering everything in the same pink fabric is a great way to unify disparate things. To create this master bedroom with traditional charm, designer Rob Southern used the same soft-pink floral cotton for the walls, curtains, seating, bed corona, and headboard. “The whole room casts the most beautiful soft-pink glow. It’s enchanting,” he says. Thibault JeansonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 10 Pair Pink with a MetallicGold or silver makes pink look more sophisticated. The gold-leaf ceiling in the dining room of interior designer Ruthie Sommers’s L.A. home counterbalances the cotton candy chairs. Victoria Pearson 8 Of 10 Try a Pink AccessoryEven one pink accessory can break up a monotone room. This coral lampshade livens up the all blues in Ruthie Sommers’s home office. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 10 Choose it for the KitchenInterior designer Krista Ewart went for a fun summer vibe in her sister’s California cottage. In the kitchen, the pink refrigerator, curtains, and wall art add life and a warm glow to the white walls. Victoria Pearson 10 Of 10 Think of it as a NeutralPink makes a statement all on its own, but it also works well with taupe, black, purple, and more. In his pink Miami living room, designer Frank De Biasi chose a chartreuse sofa and a dark green rug. “I think of it as a neutral — it works with any decorating scheme,” he says. Mikkel Vang Next Gallery Funny — but True — Paint Names Take our quiz and choose the correct color name. By Jen DeRose GIF Of 10 Advertisement – Continue Reading Below header logo Created with Sketch. Presented by Created by Created by House Beautiful for From House Beautiful for
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Pink Living Room Ideas

1 Of 10 Use Pink as a SurpriseAdding pink in a small space, like on the wall of the foyer, makes a statement without too much investment. “You can go this intense in an entryway, where you don’t spend that much time,” explains designer Jonathan Berger who chose Razzle Dazzle by Benjamin Moore for a Brooklyn townhouse. “It’s a ‘Wow!’ moment that says, ‘We’re brave, we’re bold,'” he says. Francesco Lagnese 2 Of 10 Choose a Pink with Purple TonesChoose a rich hue in high gloss for a seductive bedroom like this one by designer Jamie Drake. “Orchid pink is wildly lush and not at all juvenile,” he says, “This room feels almost aromatic, redolent of complex perfume.” Nick JohnsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 10 Try Deep Pink in the Dining RoomDo you love to entertain? Then choose a color that complements your guests. Designer Suzanne Kasler advises picking a deep pink like Checker-Berry by Glidden for the walls of your dining room. “This has undertones of raspberry and rose, and it makes people look good, which gives everyone a good feeling,” she explains. Tria Giovan 4 Of 10 Add Pink to Energize a SpaceA fresh and exciting pink backdrop, like the shade used in this living room by designer Windsor Smith, livens up any lackluster space. “Wherever you see this color, you instantly equate it with a passion for life,” she says. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 10 Try Vintage Red Furniture”Pink here is really faded red. It’s pink with a past,” says designer Ellen O’Neill of the timeworn vintage and antique furniture in the living room of her Hamptons home. Their colors have been softened over the years, which gives the room a mature, wise air. John Kernick 6 Of 10 Layer ItSlipcovering everything in the same pink fabric is a great way to unify disparate things. To create this master bedroom with traditional charm, designer Rob Southern used the same soft-pink floral cotton for the walls, curtains, seating, bed corona, and headboard. “The whole room casts the most beautiful soft-pink glow. It’s enchanting,” he says. Thibault JeansonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 10 Pair Pink with a MetallicGold or silver makes pink look more sophisticated. The gold-leaf ceiling in the dining room of interior designer Ruthie Sommers’s L.A. home counterbalances the cotton candy chairs. Victoria Pearson 8 Of 10 Try a Pink AccessoryEven one pink accessory can break up a monotone room. This coral lampshade livens up the all blues in Ruthie Sommers’s home office. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 10 Choose it for the KitchenInterior designer Krista Ewart went for a fun summer vibe in her sister’s California cottage. In the kitchen, the pink refrigerator, curtains, and wall art add life and a warm glow to the white walls. Victoria Pearson 10 Of 10 Think of it as a NeutralPink makes a statement all on its own, but it also works well with taupe, black, purple, and more. In his pink Miami living room, designer Frank De Biasi chose a chartreuse sofa and a dark green rug. “I think of it as a neutral — it works with any decorating scheme,” he says. Mikkel Vang Next Gallery Funny — but True — Paint Names Take our quiz and choose the correct color name. By Jen DeRose
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Pink Living Room Ideas

1 Of 10 Use Pink as a SurpriseAdding pink in a small space, like on the wall of the foyer, makes a statement without too much investment. “You can go this intense in an entryway, where you don’t spend that much time,” explains designer Jonathan Berger who chose Razzle Dazzle by Benjamin Moore for a Brooklyn townhouse. “It’s a ‘Wow!’ moment that says, ‘We’re brave, we’re bold,'” he says. Francesco Lagnese 2 Of 10 Choose a Pink with Purple TonesChoose a rich hue in high gloss for a seductive bedroom like this one by designer Jamie Drake. “Orchid pink is wildly lush and not at all juvenile,” he says, “This room feels almost aromatic, redolent of complex perfume.” Nick JohnsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 10 Try Deep Pink in the Dining RoomDo you love to entertain? Then choose a color that complements your guests. Designer Suzanne Kasler advises picking a deep pink like Checker-Berry by Glidden for the walls of your dining room. “This has undertones of raspberry and rose, and it makes people look good, which gives everyone a good feeling,” she explains. Tria Giovan 4 Of 10 Add Pink to Energize a SpaceA fresh and exciting pink backdrop, like the shade used in this living room by designer Windsor Smith, livens up any lackluster space. “Wherever you see this color, you instantly equate it with a passion for life,” she says. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 10 Try Vintage Red Furniture”Pink here is really faded red. It’s pink with a past,” says designer Ellen O’Neill of the timeworn vintage and antique furniture in the living room of her Hamptons home. Their colors have been softened over the years, which gives the room a mature, wise air. John Kernick 6 Of 10 Layer ItSlipcovering everything in the same pink fabric is a great way to unify disparate things. To create this master bedroom with traditional charm, designer Rob Southern used the same soft-pink floral cotton for the walls, curtains, seating, bed corona, and headboard. “The whole room casts the most beautiful soft-pink glow. It’s enchanting,” he says. Thibault JeansonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 10 Pair Pink with a MetallicGold or silver makes pink look more sophisticated. The gold-leaf ceiling in the dining room of interior designer Ruthie Sommers’s L.A. home counterbalances the cotton candy chairs. Victoria Pearson 8 Of 10 Try a Pink AccessoryEven one pink accessory can break up a monotone room. This coral lampshade livens up the all blues in Ruthie Sommers’s home office. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 10 Choose it for the KitchenInterior designer Krista Ewart went for a fun summer vibe in her sister’s California cottage. In the kitchen, the pink refrigerator, curtains, and wall art add life and a warm glow to the white walls. Victoria Pearson 10 Of 10 Think of it as a NeutralPink makes a statement all on its own, but it also works well with taupe, black, purple, and more. In his pink Miami living room, designer Frank De Biasi chose a chartreuse sofa and a dark green rug. “I think of it as a neutral — it works with any decorating scheme,” he says. Mikkel Vang

Pink Living Room Ideas

Pink Living Room Ideas
Pink Living Room Ideas
Pink Living Room Ideas
Pink Living Room Ideas