6 Pink Home Decorating Techniques
Pink is a stunning colour to incorporate in your bedroom and living room, whether it’s on your home walls or your home accessories. Although the subtle colour shades of pink look delicate, the bolder and deeper pinks are less ‘feminine.’ Read on to find out endless possibilities to decorate your home with wall painting colours and decorative elements in pink. 1. Dare With Pink Give your home a bloom of pink, just pink home paint colours. If you wish to get away from the usual pink wall painting tones, then try coral pink, something like our Desiree (4070), or rose mauve like Humas (2823). Complement the wall painting colour shades with crystal chandeliers and gold ornates for a serene ambience. 2. Accent Statement From passionate to pretty to innovative, pink colour shades have a wide spectrum of brilliance. Pick your most cherished hue and dress up the accent wall with it. Imagine a deep crimson shade like our Celebrity (4116) wall painting colour on the statement wall and all other walls painted with Seashell Pink (4067) from our Masterpiece Whites collection. You can decorate the space the way you want as these house paint colours look great with all kinds of home decor. 3. Smart Mix-n-Match If you don’t want too much pink with all walls or too little with just an accent wall, then throw in some contrast. Let’s say you pick a classic pink wall painting colour like Tango (4114). Pick at least one contrasting house paint colour like Mali Opal (4242), Gilded Lily (2056), Green Glory (2504), or Anise Star (4505). You can use these colours to paint one entire wall and choose sugar-white to paint the mouldings, wainscoting, and other detailings for a perfectly mix-and-match setting. 4. Accessorise Pretty When it comes to decorating your home with poppy pinks, you don’t have to limit yourself to wall painting colours. You can even place pretty pink accessories all over your room. Pink lamps, candle stands and candles, flower vases and even flowers, photo frames, statues, ornaments, nightstand, roof hangings, wall artwork and hangings, and other intricate wall detailings are just a few to name. No matter whose room it is - yours, your child’s, or your ageing parents’ - pink accessories with a backdrop of white or grey house paint colours look delightful. 5. Upholstery Play Just like the accessories, you can use your bedding and upholstery to add a pink contrast to your neutral, white, grey, black, or other coloured wall colour shades. Soft rugs, furry carpets, lace draperies, cotton bedsheets and pillow, silk cushions and furniture tops, plush blankets and duvets, buttoned headboard, and a net table cloth are just a few upholstery items that you can buy in your favourite hue of pink. 6. Patterned Innovation Plain walls look charming, but patterned walls look even more exquisite! Pick a wall as the focal point of your living room or bedroom. Have a base colour, let’s say white. Using pink house paint colour, stamp patterns on the wall with block motifs dipped in pink. You can also choose pink as the base and another hue for stamping to convert your walls into a damask wallpaper-like pattern. If not stamping, opt for something more patterned like velvet, mesh, crushed cotton, sands, or pink denim. Bubblegum, coral, salmon, fuschia, mauve, pastel, or hot pink - pick your favourite wall painting colour and get rid of the misconception that pink is for girlies. A gorgeous home awaits you on the other side of your home renovation.
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