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Adding a Soft Touch with Pink


I see pink tones in interiors from time to time, and while I usually only gravitate towards very muted pinks, the brighter hues I've seen lately have a fresh appeal. Paired with warm neutrals, soft greys and beige, they avoid looking too 'sugary' and instead bring a softer feel. The gorgeous kitchen renovation below, by Paris architects Heju Studio, features a simple painted splashback in a pink that mimics one of the colours in the terrazzo stone bench. Warm timber together with black and brass accents complete the look.

Kitchen Gabrielle by Heju Studio

Danish brand ferm Living are known for incorporating muted colours into their collections, and the latest campaign imagery for SS 2018 features different variations of pink. I especially love the warm wall below featuring the new Flying Shelf designed in collaboration with Chinese furniture designer Mario Tsai

Images via ferm Living

Swedish bed and furniture company Dux enlisted Lotta Agaton to curate their stand at the Stockholm Furniture Fair. Dux Spaces by Lotta Agaton showcased the company's timeless furniture classics in new contexts, accompanied by furniture by Claesson Koivisto Rune. Set against a soft pink backdrop, this colour beautifully highlights the iconic furniture and bold artwork. 

Dux Spaces by Lotta Agaton via Residence Magazine

Last year renowned Stockholm-based interior designer Louise Liljencrantz launched a Furniture Collection with KFK Möbelsnickeri. Featuring exquisite pieces in mahogany, walnut and oak, these were recently displayed in an exhibition entitled At Home, at Dusty Deco. Featured alongside art and vintage furniture from Dusty Deco, the pink curtains provide a pretty textural element. The Flos Viscontea is also one of my favourite pendant lights. 

Images via Residence Magazine 

Here are some more ideas for incorporating a touch of pink into your home.

Dulux Colours of NZ paint colours (L-R) Alexandra, Trentham, Punaromia

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