Pink as a Home Decor Colour Trend

Pink – On Trend Interiors

Pink is having a moment in interior design and rightly so. It can add a warm cosy glow to a room or a bright pop of colour, be it the bedroom, lounge, kitchen or work space. There are a range of tones to suit all tastes, so below Kate Dawes Studio has pulled together all the ways you can bring pink into your home

Pink Paint

Boutique paint companies Farrow and Ball, Little Greene, Lick! and Edward Bulmer cover the whole breadth of the colour, from subtle pale pinks such as Peignoir (Farrow and Ball) to dusky blush Nicaragua (Edward Bulmer), to dynamic, bright magenta hues such as Mischief (Little Greene) or Rangwali (Farrow & Ball).

All luxury paint companies have a selection of popular contemporary, neutral shades such as Setting Plaster, Dead Salmon or the beautifully named Cuisse de Nymphe Emue. These pinks work well as a backdrop in most rooms, working as a neutral that can be layered upon rather than a stand out pop of colour.

Modern pinks such as Pink Ground reflect the apricot and dusky pink tones of increasingly in-fashion blowsy dahlias.

Pink Wallpaper

Wallpaper is also featuring pink in a big way, from House of Hackney Artemis in Blush, to Little Greene Hencroft Pink Primula to Fearne Cotton’s Hope and Bloom Dusky Pink for WoodChip and Magnolia.

There’s a multitude of pink and especially floral wallpapers to suit all tastes from cottage core through to modern country – the hard decision is deciding which one to plump for. 

Home Accessories in Pink Shades

For those wishing to add just a splash of pink to their interiors or to add further tonal elements to complement their calamine walls, there are plenty of stylish accessorises to choose from.

In the bedroom add textured bed throws, side lamps, a patterned head board or art work that picks out the colour further. At Kate Dawes Studio there’s an array of pink floral fine art prints to choose from to create a calming focal point. Pooky also has a great range of lamp shades to easily layer the colour.

In the kitchen, add rustic dusty pink crockery or glasses – for boutique pieces take a look at the delicate rose glasses by Skye McAlpine Tavola.

Whilst in the lounge, incorporate pink cushions and art. Here it can pay to go bold, so add some striking dusky pink toned art pieces or vivid magenta prints.

Pink Artwork

Adding pink into your interior design scheme is easily achievable by looking around for unique art pieces to imbue character and colour into your rooms.

For pink art work, plus a bunch of other colours please take a look at Kate Dawes Studio, a small independent British studio creating bold botanical giclee prints. These fine art prints complement the shades of the leading luxury paint brands, so can easily be slotted into any colour scheme.

There is a pink to suit all interiors and tastes and with such a selection of tones available, now seems the perfect time to experiment with a pop of vibrant pink or a lick of a softer shade.

Please take a look at Kate Dawes Studio website to explore more wall art or please just get in touch for more information.


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