It's almost Valentine's Day, and the perfect time to re-think pink for 2016
After seasons of sharp architectural lines and bold shapes, grey-on-grey hues and minimalist furniture, there's a whole new mood for the feminine coming back in interiors now, with the colour pink right at the forefront. And when better to feel the mood than at Valentine's weekend? Blaze the trail for blush with any of these pretty ideas...
Think a lilac pink won't work in your stylish living space? Well think again, as this versatile colour goes so well with all of the muted greys, darks and off-whites we've been coveting for so long – it could be just the new-season update you need. Atticus sofa from Loaf, £1,195. (Shown above)
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Update your decorating scheme with one of the latest colours by Farrow & Ball which is a sort of buttery pink and is called Peignoir No. 286. It's described it as a 'grey pink with a romantic feel inspired by the chiffon gowns'. The estate emulsion is priced from £39.50.
Taking a cue from the Pantone colour selection of soft pink (Rose Quartz) and ice cream blue (Tranquil Blue') for 2016, Crown Paints have released a new collection of Shimmer colours in matt emulsion, approx £18.47 per 2.5l, Crown Paints.
Looking for a hot new hue for your kitchen dresser for spring? Take inspiration from this Pink Peppercorn colour from Neptune which looks so fresh and contemporary. This Chichester dresser is painted in their own-brand paint and is £1,910.
Embrace soft spring breezes by throwing open your windows and letting the light in with some new-season shutters – and in pink! Shutters from £168 per sq.m, The Shutter Store.
Make a big splash with a small tub with this dinky freestanding bath in Baby Pink from The Albion Bath Company. It's called the Tubby Torre and it's priced from £2,209.
Article by: EKBB