Some might say pink is a trendy color and won’t last in modern decor. We say there are ways to pair pinks that have staying power. Here are five examples that will help your pinks last longer than just Valentine’s Day.
Pair pinks with white for a fresh modern look that is always in style.
We have our own pink + white pairing, Lipstick Plus Faux Linen from the Mary Douglas Drysdale Signature Color Collection.
Pair pinks with black. This pairing works particularly well with a blush pink as seen on Decorpad. It’s worth noting that the simple addition of a lucite desk chair can make vintage fashion prints look new again. This instantly updates what otherwise might be a retro look.
A jolt of hot pink in furniture works well with other furniture in various hues of black, including gray with a contrasting white background for balance, as seen in this example from Pietra Wood & Stone.
We have our own paring of pink with our green Artichaut.
Pair pinks with aqua or teal using bold color combos or muted combinations.
We have a way to get this floral pattern look with our Chinoiserie Panels that can be customized to any background color.
We have our own pairing of pink Faux Glass Mosaic Tile with a lovely aqua blue chair.
Pair pinks with brown. We’ve always loved the combo of pink with brown in Barry Dixon’s design.
Finally, we would be remiss if we didn’t mention that pink can be paired with a multitued of colors. Just take Grandin Road’s latest catalog cover, for instance. The pink lamp and chair strike you first but then you notice the array of surrounding color. You just can’t help but be uplifted with this happy assortment and celebration of color. It’s jovial, lighthearted and modern.
Let us know what colors you pair pinks with.