Decorating With Bubble Gum Pinks: Ideas & Inspiration
Decorating the house in pinks can be difficult to pull off and quite challenging but it can also be just as exciting and fun. Pinks are romantic, fun, youthful and hopelessly eclectic. But what about the bright and vigorous bubble gum pinks? Your little girls love it, your man will deal with it and you will fall in love with all the wonderful ways to decorate with it. Don’t be shy, grab some inspiration!
Accessories are the best way to try out new colors. Using bright furniture pieces to highlight a space or even pillows and throws to see if the color fits your room’s theme is a great idea. This lively bubble gum color is great for mixing and complimenting neutrals but it’s also super fun to mix with other shades. For a lot of mix with turquoise and mints and for some mellow decor try mixing with lighter shades or pinks or even some cozy grays. Chair cushions, cozy Parisian chairs and event candelabras can set off corners of your home with it’s burst of color.
Outline the room with this vivacious shade of pink. Color the walls to act as the base of the room, them fill it up with wonderful pieces of furniture and printed home accessories. It’s edgy and even a little masculine! It’s interesting and very stylish. It’s a wonderful way to set off darker, large pieces of furniture and bigger, more “design-y” pieced sprinklings.
Pink just makes people feel good and smile right? That’s why it’s a wonderful color to use to create balance and contrast other interesting tones.Whether it’s with accessories only, big furniture pieces or completely covered walls … bubble gum pinks bring life and energy to absolutely any space. And makes other parts of the room pop!
Who knew it could be so versatile and diverse right? Try it in the bathroom, your home office, bedrooms, playrooms, living rooms and even in the kitchen! Don’t be scared to try bubble gum pinks out with other shades too. Light, baby pinks and even deeper magenta hues all add a bit of “culture” and design to the room you’re working with. And it doesn’t have to be “too girly” either. Man it up a bit with some blacks, browns and even some hunter greens and metallics.