Pink decor evokes feelings of happiness and warmth. A pale pink backdrop is a sweet way to elevate a modern interior, introducing light personality and flair. In this set of two modern home interiors, we’ll look at how to get the look just right. In home design number one, we’ll tour a pink and dark green decorated living space with neoclassical wall paneling and crown molding, plus a unique TV focal wall. We’ll also discover a fun pink kitchen design and a pink bedroom with a custom headboard feature wall. The second of our two interiors is a blush pink-infused space with mesmerizing interludes of boldly patterned tiles. Which would you choose?
Pink paintwork flows from the living room walls up onto crown molding here, creating added height. Green panel molding and a
Opposite the sofa, the TV wall is defined with a unique, geometric application of wood slats, painted green. A cream backdrop makes light contrast behind the slats and provides a visual break from the sweet pink palette. See more ideas for a
An assortment of indoor plants introduces a botanical theme into the pink and green interior. Muted green drapes heavily frame the large living room window.
A fresh white media console unit is wall mounted underneath the TV. Its linear design is textured with a lightly fluted face. Indoor plants provide natural decoration on top.
The living space has an open connection with the home entryway. To clearly define the two separate zones, the entryway is painted solid green. A wall-mounted, wooden chest of drawers and an elegant arch mirror fashion a convenient dressing spot.
The walls, ceiling, crown molding, baseboards, and even the front door are flooded with the same shade of foliage green. A black
Back in the living space, a gold
Light pink kitchen units draw across the back wall of the living space, closing the layout with a wall of soft color. A white marble backsplash draws cleanly through its center, complemented by a bank of white wall units.
A matching globe pendant light hangs above the pink platform bed.
Pink wardrobes meld with the pale pink bedroom walls. Units are installed up against the ceiling line to take advantage of every inch of storage space. Crown molding is placed around the top of the built-in units to achieve a seamless finish.
Two doors at the center of the wardrobe installation slide apart to reveal a walk-in closet. Mirrors are applied to the back of the sliding doors to aid dressing and reflect light.
A white decor scheme makes the windowless bathroom appear bright and welcoming. Above a wooden vanity unit, an illuminated
White marble tiles clad the shower area and cover the bathroom floor. A frameless shower screen helps the small room feel open and spacious.
Green towels and a green robe bring in a dash of color.
In this home design, blush pink wall decor is cooled with gray accents. Two pink wall shelves create a decorative feature above a
A neutral area rug calms the living room color scheme. A bespoke shelving unit subtly splits the open-plan living room from the home entryway.
A mirrored closet provides storage in the home entryway. A small upholstered stool is nestled neatly in the corner.
Patterned tiles form a mesmerizing kitchen backsplash. Blue-gray kitchen cabinets make a calming contrast. A small bar is installed in front of the kitchen window, where the homeowner can enjoy the view over breakfast or a coffee.
The main dining area is anchored beside a second window in the living space. Glass globe
Four wooden dining chairs squeeze around the small dining table, creating an intimate setting.
A clear glass vase and dried flowers make a simple but effective centerpiece.
Another vase of dried flowers creates elegant adornment on the kitchen breakfast bar. White roller blinds filter out bright sunshine. A pair of soft brown bar stools complement the colors in the patterned tiled backsplash.
The attractive backsplash treatment cuts around the small, L-shaped kitchen installation. A thin ribbon of LEDs subtly illuminates the feature.
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