Entries in pink (30)
I have been wondering for months what to do with my dining room. Dark? Bright? Wallpaper? I don't have very good recent photos because I hate the room - this one is the most recent that shows a decent amount of the space. (The floors are now stained grey!) Nothing has really stood out until I suddenly started thinking about pale pink. Then I started thinking about pale pink with dark grey trim. Then I started getting very excited. I am pretty sure pale pink is the route I want to take with the walls (trim will probably just be the same colour or a shade darker so it's not too choppy, and the doors maybe the black blue of the foyer...and not sure about the ceiling). I have been eyeballing Farrow & Ball's Pink Ground, Setting Plaster and Calamine. I think Pink Ground on walls and Setting Plaster on trim could be really gorgeous. I have sent a request for samples so those are on the way. In the meantime, I went looking for inspiration and found all kinds of pretty pinks. And based on the first 2 photos, I think I need heavy velvet burgundy drapes.
Yvonne Koné's shop (Farrow & Ball's Pink Ground) LOOOVE THIS!!! So pretty with grey floors - mine are a couple of shades darker than this.
Katie Lydon (Farrow & Ball's Pink Ground)
Farrow & Ball (Pink Ground on wall and Setting Plaster on trim)
This bright and colourful family home has me wondering which hero feature I love the most. The bold and vibrant pinks and blues that add personality and drama or the knockout use of wallpaper. I think I'll pump for both. Layers and layers of loveliness. Fitzroy House by interior designer Kate Challis.
Pink, a difficult colour to pull off. Barbie Dream House nightmares come to mind. Not with this sophisticated pink and peach palette created by Brett Mickan Interior Design for this suburban Sydney loft. Definitely more moody and modern than saccharine sweet. Love it.