If you love the color pink, there's no reason you shouldn't be decorating your home in the color. The hue is oh so happy and peppy and can pair wonderfully with a wide range of other colors—green, yellow, blue, you name it. Pink isn't just for kids' rooms or powder rooms—if you're all about the color, you should feel free to utilize it in any part of your home, from the kitchen to the garage. Heck, some people even say that pink can be used as a neutral in a room.
Whether you're looking to go all out and introduce pink paint, furniture, and accessories into a space or are just fine incorporating a couple of pink elements into a given room, we're here to help you get started with the design process. Read on to take a peek at 22 fabulously designed pink spaces that will have you wanting to get started redecorating your space today.
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Pink and Green Living Room
Pink walls shine in this cheerful living room. Even if you don't want to embrace the bright hue when it comes to your furniture, that's ok—there are so many colors that complement pink that you really can't go wrong. Here, forest green adds a moody touch to this otherwise peppy space. Smaller touches of marigold blend in perfectly, too.Continue to 2 of 22 below.
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Peppy Pink Nook
This pink nook is the perfect place to sit back and curl up with a book or simply gaze out the window while taking a moment for yourself. A velvet yellow chair adds a touch of '70s glam to the setup.Continue to 3 of 22 below.
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Pink Sleep Space
There's no reason to design a neutral bedroom if pink is the color that makes your heart sing. Don't just lay down some pink bedding; go big by painting your walls, adding some colorful curtains and light fixtures, and even rolling out a pink throw rug.Continue to 4 of 22 below.
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Pink Dining Room
Who wouldn't want to show up for a dinner party in this perfect pink dining room? Go ahead and draw inspiration from your favorite restaurants and cafes when designing your own pink eating area.Continue to 5 of 22 below.
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Pink and Serene
This pink sleep space is so sweet. Soft hues like this one are super serene and make excellent choices for rooms where you hope to unwind; not every shade of pink needs to be ultra bright and bold .Continue to 6 of 22 below.
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Another pink dining room is enchanting and makes us want to throw a tea party or champagne-filled celebration. There's something about the color pink that automatically feels festive, you know?Continue to 7 of 22 below.
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Pink Head to Toe
This room takes loving pink to a whole new level. If you're super dedicated to the color, opt for all pink everything for a monochrome look that will never fail to impress.Continue to 8 of 22 below.
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Paint is the only way to add instant pizzazz to your space—wallpaper is always an option, too. This pink zebra pattern looks super fun and on-trend.Continue to 9 of 22 below.
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There's nothing wrong with a two-tone look. Pair pink with plain white or opt for another hue like mint green, baby blue, or soft yellow.Continue to 10 of 22 below.
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Pink and Prints
This pink bedroom sure is sophisticated. Go bold with eye-catching throw pillows as a way to weave in other colors and prints. After all, they always say that leopard is a neutral!
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Nursery No More
This pink sectional couldn't look cozier and really stands out against a blue wall. This living space is proof that pinks and blues are by no means just for the nursery.Continue to 12 of 22 below.
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Pink Pattern Play
A guest bedroom is a great place to experiment with a new color scheme—and we're obviously partial to pink. Pattern on pattern shines in this cozy sleep space, which is ultra welcoming and stylish.Continue to 13 of 22 below.
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By no means are these the pink bathroom tiles from your childhood home (if you grew up in a '70s style space, you know what we're talking about). Rather, this pink backsplash is majorly sophisticated and proves that bathrooms definitely don't have to be boring. Getting ready in the morning just got way more fun!
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Bubble Gum Pink Paint
If your bathroom walls are easy to paint, go ahead and coat them in a bubble gum pink. Small accessories like artwork and plants add extra charm and charisma to even the littlest of loos.Continue to 15 of 22 below.
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We're just going to say it...cooking in a pink kitchen has to be more fun. When you think about how much time you spend meal prepping and cleaning up each day, there's no reason to skimp on your kitchen design. All pink cabinets — why not?Continue to 16 of 22 below.
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Pink on Pink
Hot pink, coral, and Barbie pink, oh my! Various pink tones look fabulous grouped together in this little vignette.Continue to 17 of 22 below.
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Long baths are blissful on their own, but we bet they'd be even more relaxing in a bathroom that looks like this one. Soft pinks and beautiful black and white tile make this bathroom appear spa-like and sophisticated.Continue to 18 of 22 below.
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Pink Gallery Wall
A pink wall makes for a fun backdrop to display colorful prints and drawings. This gallery wall, which hangs in a little girl's room, is full of inspiration and cheer.Continue to 19 of 22 below.
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Pink and Scallops
Here's a fun twist on a two-tone look. Pink and green are even more playful of a combo when a scalloped design is involved.Continue to 20 of 22 below.
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Pink and Animal Print
Once again, we see pink paired with animal print and it doesn't disappoint. The warm orange tones look wonderful with the colors featured on the wallpaper and complement the rattan mirror hanging in the space as well.Continue to 21 of 22 below.
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Pink, Black, and White
Pair pink with black and white for a contemporary looking space that isn't too vibrant yet still has a playful side.Continue to 22 of 22 below.
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What's better than relaxing on a pink, cushy couch at the end of a long day? This one plays off the classic Chesterfield shape with a much more colorful twist.