Pink Rooms. Decor Ideas in Pink


Rooms / Sunday, January 28th, 2018
Color is a powerful tool to set room limits and define the roles of the spaces in the house. It has the ability to create order and build new environments within the same room.
Pink is a pale red color that was first used as a color name in the late 17th century. Pink is the color most often associated with charm, politeness, sensitivity, tenderness, sweetness, childhood, femininity and the romantic. It is associated with chastity and innocence when combined with white but associated with eroticism and seduction when combined with purple or black.

Since the Pantone Institute in 2016 declared that rose quartz was the color of the year (along with a soft blue with nuances of lavender that they called blue Serenity ), the reputation of this color has done nothing but rise like foam. So much so, that you can use it without remorse to decorate any space in the house. Today we show you a few examples. And you’re going to love them all.

The use of color is one of the most graphic and visual forms of expression that exist. Thanks to them we are able to transmit endless sensations, not to mention our own state of mind. And I do not tell you anymore how important color can be in decoration. Today we are going to talk about Blush Pink. Here’s how to apply harmoniously and without falling into kitsch.

If you do not like pink in large doses, don’t worry;  small accent decorative objects such as cushions or a sofa bed will do the trick. A simple touch of pastel pink will give a touch of freshness and elegance to your favorite corner.

Blush Pink Bathroom Decor

Say hello to the pale pink bathroom. Pink can create pleasant and welcoming atmosphere . It’s a soft and sweet color,  perfect match for a bathroom.

One of the most popular options are pink tiles, but you can also paint your old boring tiles in your favorite tone of pale pink for a style refresh.

Pink goes well with whatever metal, but it’s especially pleasant when used with copper or golden faucets.

A livingroom unapologetically pink

Paint one of the walls of your living room in pink and add some accent pillows or even a bolder furniture piece such as an armchair or an accent end table painted in this beautiful rose pink. The amount of pink present in your space is always up to you.

Pink living-room decor may sound risky, but the fact is that you can get a perfectly warm and welcoming atmosphere. Pink in the living room will be great in combination with gray, brown or white, in all their hues.

In case you want pink for furniture, the best choice is to work with whites or browns as they both give a perfect contrast to the pink.

Kitchen Designs in Pink

kitchen in pink is perfect for those who seek a soft touch for the kitchen decor. From the softer tones to bold hues, this color also helps us generate some positive feelings according to the psychology of color. A kitchen decorated in pink may be ideal to add an air of romance into space, especially the softer ranges. Also, this color is ideal to create a warm, comfortable and relaxing time for our kitchen.

Pink for the kids room

Bright pink and purple are so popular with young girls that it’s easy to find ensembles and accents that pair these two. To keep them from overwhelming the room, choose a pale pink, lilac, or periwinkle tint for walls, and cool the look further with lots of white and light green. (Lime is fresh; mint is timeless.) If your girl likes a vintage look, it’s easy to find elements in old rose, lavender, ivory, and celadon or sage green.

Pink fresh flowers ideas

Few accessories renew, refresh and lighten a room as a fresh flowers bouquet in a pretty vase or an original container. In addition to bringing the good vibrations of living nature, they are ideal to mark the changing seasons and to add color and texture to any corner. Here are a few thoughts to brighten your home with pink flowers.

Pink in the Garden

The garden is one of the most popular places in a house, it’s here where we can enjoy in spring and summer, good time with friends or family. The use of pink in flowers, panters or accent garden furniture will make it a whimsical place perfect for a cup of tea.

Entrance doors in pink

Doors painted in bright colors are a hot decor trend. If you want to give your home a fun, original and very trendy touch, paint the entry door in soft pink. Refreshing your door is easier than you think. 

Color Psychology of Pink

Color Psychology can be used to associate your love for pink with your personality traits. Studies have shown that people who love pink generally share the following traits:

  • They are loving, kind, generous and sensitive to the needs of others.
  • They are friendly and approachable, and others are drawn to them.
  • They have a maternal instinct, a need to protect and take care of others. They also have a need to be taken care of, as they do tend to neglect themselves when trying to take care of the needs of others.
  • They are very much in touch with their femininity – this includes men who are in touch with their feminine side.
  • They are romantic, sensual and sensitive.
  • With their optimistic outlook on life, they see the good in everyone.
  • They are methodical and organized, although they can sometimes be rather flippant when the immature girly side of pink appears.
  • They are refined, reserved, calm and non-violent.
  • They have a naivety, sweetness, and beauty about them.
  • They have a youthful appearance, even into old age, looking younger than they really are.
  • The challenge for them is to become more self-reliant and to learn to love themselves and put their needs first sometimes.