Pale pink walls

Posted on Tue, 19 Jan 2016 by KiM

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.

Paul Raeside

Photo: Tia Borgsmidt Styling: Mette Helena Rasmussen

Katie Lydon (Farrow & Ball’s Pink Ground)

Farrow & Ball (Pink Ground on wall and Setting Plaster on trim)

Style Me Pretty – Caitlin Wilson

Schöener Wohnen

Frivole

Marie Claire Maison (Farrow & Ball’s Elephant’s Breath)

Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle – Laura Walker

Lovely Life

Emily Henderson

SVK Interior Design

Flack Studio – a little bright but Jo pointed it out to me and it is so gorg I had to include it

oh Holland says:

Pale pinks are so beautiful. And mood lifting -! Rose Quartz — a lovely light hue — shares the top slot with a pretty blue as Pantone Color of 2016.

rose says:

That's the cool (and sometimes vaguely frustrating) thing about F&B: the color changes depending on everything. I've seen Setting Plaster look like warm pale pink but I could well believe peach in a different space. I once painted a study Borrowed Light – the perfect Gustavian blue. Then tried it in another room, hoping for the same look. Nope. Baby boy blue. It all depends. I can't wait to see what you pick!!!

atma says:

Calamine seems the more cool, sophisticated colour. You absolutely need to go with what looks best in your space, but based on the online photos I've seen I vote Calamine too 🙂

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