5 Fool-Proof Ways to Decorate With Pink

Color Scheme #1: Monochromatic

The Raymour & Flanigan catalog suggests that this is the best look for a children’s bedroom. Different shades of pink create a whimsical, princess feel.

How to do it
Paint your main wall medium pink, think bubble gum, while deep fuchsia can be used in panels behind the bed. Then sprinkle lighter pink throughout the room. Raymour and Flanigan suggests you stick to a metal bed to create a focal point, and break up the room.

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Color Scheme #2: Complementary

This scheme uses pink’s opposite color, a yellow-green. The colors add drama to a room when you entertain, such as in a dining room.

How to do it
Paint the walls a pale pink and then add touches of the yellow-green throughout the room in the carpet, wall art, and cabinets.

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Color Scheme #3: Split Complementary

Perfect for a bedroom, the combination of pinks, greens, and yellow has a tropical feel—and could even have a manly man accepting this color scheme.

How to do it
Combine a purply-pink with green plants and a bedspread of greens, yellows, and golds. Raymour and Flanigan’s sample combination is tied together with a rich mahogany bed frame.

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Color Scheme #4: Analogous

Pink, purple, and red are next to each other on the color wheel. Combining these colors makes for a dramatic look that’s good for a living room.

How to do it
“Wash away every other color and start with a blank canvas,” suggests Raymour & Flanigan. In the living room keep the couch and furniture neutral and light. Start with stunning wall art in these vibrant hues and toss pillows of different shades and textures on the couch.

Check out the most recent catalog from Raymour & Flanigan for more great ways to decorate.

Color Scheme #5: Black and White

Pink goes very well with the neutrality of black and white.

How to do it
Very pale pink walls with neutral furniture and some light pink accents allow the black elements to pop in a room.

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