For home chefs, the shade has a calming effect, which can make spending time in the kitchen more relaxing. But that doesn't mean you have to go floor to ceiling with the pretty hue. From cabinets to appliances, there are plenty of ways you can work the color into your cooking space. The following ideas show you how to think pink.
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Pink Accent Wall
If you are looking for a simple and affordable way to go pink in your white kitchen, grab a paint brush. You can create an accent wall just like this one by CaSA Colombo Architectures. For a pop of added interest, they painted the shutter a contrasting shade of apple green.Continue to 2 of 13 below.
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Pink Modern Farmhouse Kitchen
From the shiplap backsplash to shaker-style cabinetry, modern farmhouse style goes 100 percent pink in this cooking space by Canadian Home Style. The marble countertop, chrome cabinet pulls, and stainless accessories work in harmony with the bold shade.Continue to 3 of 13 below.
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Pink Accents in a White Kitchen
Gleaming white cabinets and perky pink accents are what makes this small kitchen by DD Ford Construction so wonderfully cheerful. The original oven knobs were swapped out for pink ones, and the pastel appliances and dishware give an extra splash of color.Continue to 4 of 13 below.
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Pink Kitchen With a Dark Side
Black and pink go together like peanut butter and chocolate. That is why the dark wall in this kitchen by Crosby Studios provides the perfect backdrop for the custom cabinets. It's an unusual combination for a kitchen that works surprisingly well.Continue to 5 of 13 below.
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Chic and Sophisticated Pink Kitchen
This pink cooking space by Homepolish interior designer Elizabeth Bomberger is the epitome of sophisticated chic. Standout features include a pink kitchen island and fuchsia oven, which both add beauty and practical function. The proverbial cherry on top is the kitchen's focal point, a custom tile mosaic of pink peonies.Continue to 6 of 13 below.
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Pop of Pink With a Sink
Dip your toe into the world of pink with one standout feature. For this white kitchen featured on A Beautiful Mess, it is a pink acrylic sink. The homeowner says it is an inexpensive alternative to other types of under mount sinks—plus it gives the white kitchen a dose of unexpected color.Continue to 7 of 13 below.
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Pink Kitchen Island in a White Cooking Space
We love the idea of warming up a white cooking space with bold shades of pink. This space by Harvey Jones gets the job done with a stunning kitchen island. Many shades of pink coordinate beautifully with golden wood tones such as the butcher block counter made of stained maple shown here.Continue to 8 of 13 below.
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Pink Accessories and Fixtures With Brass Accents
Satisfy your need for color with accessories and fixtures. In this lovely cooking space by interior designer Laura Burleson, pendant lighting and seat cushions bring on the pink. Combining the shade with brass accents gives the kitchen a glamorous, yet approachable vibe.Continue to 9 of 13 below.
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Pink Natural Stone Backsplash
Pink can also be subtle. Here a pink agate backsplash adds soft color and pattern to a contemporary cooking space by interior designer firm Butter Lutz. The backsplash's unusual colors complement the stainless steel appliances, gray quartz countertop, and rose gold cabinet pulls.Continue to 11 of 13 below.
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Modern Minimalist Pink Kitchen
Perk up a minimalist kitchen with pink cabinetry. The clean lines and color of this cooking space by Pluck Kitchens is incredibly soothing. The cabinetry resembles furniture typically seen in living rooms, which adds to the kitchen's calming appeal.Continue to 12 of 13 below.
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Retro Pink Kitchen With Aluminum Cabinets
Colorful aluminum kitchen cabinets were a big thing in the 1950s. These days you need to have them special ordered as shown in this retro kitchen by John Lewis. When used together, pink, black, and white are a sweet color scheme. The standout checkered floor is a nod to vintage decor.Continue to 13 of 13 below.
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Pink and Yellow Retro Cottage Kitchen
Yellow and pink are a win-win for this cottage kitchen by Sarah Phipps Design. The backsplash, which doubles as a feature wall, is a mix of stained and painted reclaimed wood boards. An apartment-size fridge in pink by SMEG adds to the kitchen's colorful appeal.