Cheerful pink home interior design

Pink is a color often associated with teenage girls or little kids. However, it could be successfully incorporated in an interior design without having anything to do with all that. Let’s take at such a home. This is a very beautiful and friendly residence with an unusual but stylish and elegant interior. Some of the rooms have been decorated using large amounts of pink.

One of those rooms is the kitchen. We rarely see pink kitchens but when you think about it this is actually a great color for the kitchen. It’s cheerful and happy and it also looks delicious. In order to style up the décor and to make the pink seem less striking, the interior of the house has been decorated in a beautiful classic style.

The residence is very generous in terms of space. The kitchen is large and so is the lounge area by the pool. The living room is bright and spacious as well. The residence also includes two full size master bedrooms and they both looks lovely. They feature very different decors. One of the bedrooms is very chic but also pink while the other one is more sober and has dark green walls. This takes us back in time when men and women used to have their own private boudoirs. The two-storey living room however would have to be the most impressive room of the house.{found on amiusmie}.

Published by in Real Estate, on January 25th, 2012


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