There are certain colors that may seem difficult to paint your home’s walls for a variety of reasons- maybe it feels too dark, too childish, or too bright. We’re doing a little series where we detail ways to paint your walls beautiful hues in ways that the aforementioned issues are now not an issue! To kick off the series, we’re starting with pink! This is most little girl’s dream room color, but what if big girls want their room pink too? Below we detail a few ideas:
Blush: Blush is always, always a good idea. It’s essentially a neutral and can be used with so many other colors. Additionally, there are great shades these days that have a tent of a pearly brown to them and we couldn’t love this shade more!
Bright Pink: Utilize the hot pink in a smaller space, like a 1/2 bath! To dress it up, match it with gold hardware and white counters/cabinetry. You can also soften the color by making it an accent wall next to a wallpaper that has subtle pink hints.
Muted pink: Any pink hue can be calmed by natural elements like hardwood, stone, etc. The brightness can be reigned in and the room comes together perfectly with a little rustic charm and polished chairs.
Purple-tint: Something about a purple tint and vintage/victorian decor truly ties a room all together. Plus, purple hints tend to make pink a little more calming.