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The color pink isn’t for everyone, but it also isn’t strictly for a woman’s home (remember, the color pink was originally considered to be masculine). Although pink isn’t typically a “go to” color for many people when they think about designing their living rooms, it’s not a color to ignore either.
Out of the 552,888 living rooms and 14 colors analyzed, .17 percent (or 957) have pink as the dominant color.
Choosing Pink as Your Dominant Design Color
Even if you love the color pink, you might be a bit hesitant to make it the prominent color in your living room. The wrong shade or too much pink might end up looking a little “tacky” or straight out of Valentine’s Day ad.
People almost always associate pink with femininity and romance. Subdued or “dusty” shades of pink often represent nostalgia and sentimental feelings while hot pink represents energy and excitement. Light pink usually has romantic meaning, but it’s really up to you; what does pink mean to you?
Selecting The Right Shade
Like most colors, shades of pink can range from a light color with just a touch of pink to a deep, dark pink. The color pink can be attractive in nearly any size or design of living room, but you may want to consider the size of the room when you choose an all-over shade of pink.
If you have a small living room, sticking with a lighter color (a light pink in this case) will help make the room look and feel larger. Larger living rooms can benefit from darker colors as it can make the room more comfortable and welcoming.
Choosing Your Living Room Design
Don’t have a living room design picked out yet? Choose the shade of pink first. If you’ve chosen a lighter shade, designs like Shabby-Chic, Country, and Farmhouse complement the color. Want to go with something darker? Try Eclectic or Victorian.
See a design you like, but don’t see a lot of pink? Start out small and try out some accent pieces to see how they look.
Colors That Compliment
Whether you’re planning for an all-over pink or just using pink accents throughout your living room, colors that compliment pink can also make it stand out a bit more.
Dark pink (such as fuchsia) works best with colors like gray, lime, mint green and brown while lighter shades of pink work best with turquoise, light blue, olive (as well as gray, lime, mint green and brown).