Have you tried pink in home decorations? Pink is feminine and sweet, but it can also be audacious, lively, sophisticated, or understated, as versatile as these eight interiors have proved -
Pink, light or deep, turns crisp with a black-and-white monochromic scheme.
A few metallic sparks work wonders in bringing the place together.
Pink and green, an all-time favorite.
When used as a background for the other pastel colors, pink can be surprisingly neutral.
For hundreds of years, pink has been loved by artisans around the world: Morocco, Peru, Guatemala, India,...
Their handcrafted works use pink in such an exotic way that each item is refreshing and inspiring.
The muted pink tea towel brings softness to this rustic, earth-toned kitchen.
And finally, a pink paradise - installation by Darby Society.
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