When using the color pink in your home decor you need to be careful not to get carried away otherwise your home could become reminiscent of Barbie’s dream home. Pink can take on many different personas– feminine, compassionate, innocent and even empowering.
Today we want to help you find your inner pink. Take a look at some great ways you can incorporate the color pink into your home decor.
What girl wouldn’t want to cook in this cheerful pink kitchen. We mentioned before how wallpaper on the ceiling has become a recent trend in today’s home.
If the above is a little too much pink for you, try this Ralph Lauren matching fabric and wallpaper called Dune Stripe.
The fuschia dining chairs against the stark white of the walls creates a beautiful contrast in this elegant dining room.
We love texture and this fuschia Duralee upholstery fabric will add sophistication to any dining room chair.
Here we have another example of how well pink pops against a white interior space. This bedroom is very romantic, but the contemporary lighting and the masculine gray pillows will make any man comfortable in this room as well.
If you want to move away from the floral motif, try this Greenhouse geometric patterned fabric. It would make a great addition to your bedroom.
Pink outdoor fabric will help liven up any outdoor living space.
Beacon Hill’s Sunflower Fabric in Rose will look great on your seat cushions or you can even upholster a pillow in the fabric.
Experiment with some pink in your home. You can start out slow will some pink pillows or bedding and if you find that you like the look be a little more adventurous and try a pink upholstered sofa or wallpaper. Let your inner pink shine. To see more pink fabric and wallpaper swatches visit our website at www.decoratorsbest.com.