Rethink Pink: 9 Fresh Uses of the Loveliest Colour
Pink is a moody colour. Depending on the shade, it can mesh with just about any style, from the modern eclecticism of Mexico City to the signature poise of a Chanel suit. Full of girlish whimsy or punk irony, its genius is all in the execution. These imaginative interiors will have you rethinking rosé.
This bohemian Scandinavian home expertly uses black and pink as a foil exposing red brick walls. Textural velvets and leathers intermix with warm woods while rose-gold accessories add depth to the space.
Miles Redd has a knack for playfully mixing highlighter-hued designs. Traditional furnishings upholstered in boisterously bright tones gain a modern, youthful voice. The bold colours are grounded by more classic silhouettes. Magenta has never felt so grown up.
Soft pink and kelly green is an iconic colour pairing made famous by the Beverly Hills Hotel. There’s no better companion for palm fronds. Lush and romantic, this blush-toned retreat is full of cosy, bohemian vibes.
A vibrant tribal rug adds confidence and buoyancy to hushed, monochromatic tones. Against warm blonde and tan, fuchsia is a refreshing burst of fun.
Delicate pink takes on a punk voice against raw, unexpected modern art. Flourishes of cardinal red accessories make the shade feel less precious.
This pink and gold sofa calls forth the confectionery colours of the Far East. The look is exotic and singular. A crisp green and white oversized print breaks up the dramatic pink-on-pink motif just enough.
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