Some people just pick out colours that they like, while others like to spice things up by using the Colour of the Month to decorate their homes.
Love is in the air…Our colour of the month for February 2020 is Pink. In this blog, we are going to explore how Colour of the Month can be incorporated in homes.
As we celebrate love this month, what better way to illustrate this colour than with some inspiration from nature? Look around and you will see this hue everywhere. You can add as much or as little of this hue into your décor – even just a bunch of flowers would do. Yes, you read that right. Pink does not have to be a dramatic burst of colour. There are different tones of pink out there and you can choose more than one pink in a room. You can pick any surface and make it pop with any shade of pink. Whether you want to try a classic or modern approach, you have a winner in your hands.
The ultimate pink living room
You can create a romantic atmosphere in your living room with a rosy pink wall like the one you see above. A fresh and exciting pink backdrop just like the shade used in this living room can liven up any dull space.
Decorate your walls with statement art pieces and cover your couch with pillows in different hues of pink for a finishing touch. You can also create an ombre effect using this. Matching the curtain to the pillows? Now, we are talking!
The ultimate pink bedroom
Pink walls and pastel furniture? Yes, please! You just cannot go wrong with lacy attributes in a pink bedroom. Thanks to its subdued tone, it has an inviting feel. It is all about the little details—to add pleasant details, you can hang pink drapes and add fresh floors in the room.
Look to luxe to add romance. You can display heart-shaped pillows with luxurious silk bed sheets to add some excitement in the bedroom. You can turn your bedroom into a love-nest in no time!
Just imagine a dream world in which all the furniture is pink. Now imagine that dream world being your actual home.
The ultimate pink kitchen
A pink kitchen is a sure fire way to inject some personality into your home. If you don’t fancy pink on all the walls, you can use it as an accent colour. This can be set off with pale cream on the other walls. In fact, you will be hard-pressed to find a better pairing than pale cream and pink.
The ultimate pink workstation
Make pink the headline. Pink is a very classy and elegant hue for your workstation. You don’t need to go all out pink to make a statement. Crank up the contrast with warm browns in the workspace. Use it as a backdrop along with brown of the tables if you cannot see yourself going the whole hog with pink.
The ultimate pink bathroom
We totally dig the pink bathroom seen above. If you are thinking it is the latest trend, it is not. Pink bathrooms are not something new. It was a common feature way back in the 50s when all-things feminine was embraced.
If you are fortunate enough to have a gloriously oversized bathroom, don’t think twice. This soft pink is perfect enough to lend a cosy glow that is enchanting.
To end off, a pink door!
Nothing spells welcome quite like a vibrant pink door. A pink front door sets the tone for everything else in the house. It serves as a great focal piece and can easily complement the décor elements in the room. In fact, setting up a room keeping the pink door in mind is easy.
If you use pink door as the entrance of your home, it is sure to be the talk of the neighbourhood. If you want to draw some serious attention, painting your door a deep and delectable shade of pink is a good idea as it is bound to garner compliments from all your guests.
Blush pink is a great choice for accent walls in homes. You can create distinctive spaces and make a bold and stunning statement with this hue. You can even try a super-calming look using the right tone of pink.
Picky with pinks? Let’s make it easy for you. Try a deeper hue for dining room or a hallway and a pale pink for a bedroom, an office and a bathroom.
If you are still not sure whether you can fall in love with this beautiful hue, we leave you with some decor inspiration. And we are not just talking accent walls here. We have a whole host of pink furniture and some room accessories to polish off the entire look. We have made it super easy for you with our handy Berger Colour Catalogue. You can take your pick from Wishing Pink, Pinkest Pink, Tickled Pink, Fairy Tale Pink and much more!
Wasn’t that a visual delight?
For some, LESS is MORE, while for some, MORE is MORE. Try whatever works for you. If you are not ready for a complete pink overhaul, you can always use the pink accents in your home. While this may seem daunting, simply adding pops of colour in accessories can change the entire look and feel of your home. Don’t be afraid to get creative with the colour pink!
You don’t have to stick to just one shade! Experiment with the entire spectrum of pink ranging from fuchsia, pastel pink, and dark pink to create a totally unique home. These were some tips and tricks to get the hue right — whether you are sixteen or sixty! Now gear up to create something delicious with this magnificent hue, this month.