Pink should begin to be the first color you think of when selecting a paint color for your living room or dining room. It’s surprisingly versatile, whether you want a shade that’s sexy, outrageous or calming. As soft and delicate as the flower, it is charming and timeless, the shade of pink conveys a love of beauty and the simple graces of living. From sweet and sexy to bold and sophisticated, pink colors run the gamut and can be the perfect choice for a variety of spaces. How great can pink walls look in a room? Check out here how to decorate in every shade of pink.
Gorgeous pink powder room design, the entry of a late-19th-century house in Brooklyn is a showstopper, with walls in Benjamin Moore’s Razzle Dazzle. The table and side chair — covered in vintage needlepoint — are Louis XV, and the mirror is 18th-century Italian. A stunning use of pink color designed by Jonathan Berger. (http://www.jbidny.com/)
Sense of history balanced with approachability, mix it up is what Windsor Smith (http://www.windsorsmithhome.com/)
tried to do on her L.A. home. The walls are painted Benjamin Moore’s Pink Begonia, with a hint of decorators white that warms up a space and creates an inviting atmosphere in this comfortable living room.
In the middle of a Brooklyn town house’s long, narrow living room, which designer Jonathan Berger broke down into three seating areas, an Italian gilt-brass game table is surrounded by chairs covered in pink leather from Global Leathers. The family dines, plays board games, and does homework here.