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Spacious kitchen features baby pink cabinetry with a wood countertop and white tiles backsplash. It includes a dining space near the floor to ceiling glass window.
Striking kitchen offers a marble countertop along with black and fuschia pink cabinetry. It has a stainless steel vent hood topped with lovely vases.
Modern kitchen with pink walls and hardwood flooring. It includes white cabinetry with built-in lights and marble countertop.
Contemporary kitchen boasts high gloss metallic pink cabinetry accented with a black checkered backsplash. It has a kitchen island bar illuminated by silver pendants.
Sleek kitchen showcases an oversized dome pendant that hung over the peninsula. It includes white subway tiles fitted between rose pink cabinetry.
The eat-in kitchen features pink walls designed with black and white frames along with herringbone wood flooring.
Elegant kitchen highlighted by a glossy magenta backsplash. It has white upper cabinetry and wood stained lower cabinetry topped with white marble counter.
Hot pink kitchen with a black countertop breakfast island aligned with black metal bar stools. It is fitted with a sink and cooktop below round stainless steel vent hoods.
This kitchen is filled with salmon pink and gray cabinetry with white wavy backsplash tiles and stainless steel appliances.
Glam kitchen boasts hot pink walls styled with round holes. It has a gray breakfast island that complements with the cabinetry.
Gorgeous kitchen features pink and white cabinetry fixed to the vertical wood paneled wall. It is illuminated by linear recessed lights attached to the wooden ceiling.
Contemporary kitchen showcases coral pink cabinetry and breakfast island topped with gray marble counter. It is paired with gray stools that sit on hardwood flooring.
A bunch of picture frames mounted on the pink wall along with white cabinetry surrounded this U-shaped kitchen.
Pink kitchen with glossy cabinetry and black marble countertop illuminated by dome ceiling light fixture and a skylight.
A range hood hangs over a breakfast island fitted with a cooktop in this pink kitchen. It features coral pink cabinetry with stainless steel countertop and backsplash.
If you’re looking for pink kitchen design ideas, you’ve come to the right place. Pink is a challenging color to work with kitchen designs, but with a few ideas from us, you’ll be ready to remodel in no time.
Like with all good things, pink can be a wonderful color when used in moderation.
Use Pink Sparingly
Using pink in moderation means using it sparingly, and using it for centerpieces. Aside from centerpieces, use pink to accentuate containers that don’t get a lot of use, but are in a prominent location.
Pink doesn’t weather heavy use very well as a color, but it can be extremely beautiful and eye catching if it’s used to tie the rest of the kitchen together. Make pink objects in areas that you want the eye to be pulled toward, and make sure that pink is paired with the right neighbors—in general, that means pink should be paired with other light colors that aren’t as saturated as the pink that you’re using.
Use Pink To Make A Statement
When you use pink in your kitchen design, you need to be thinking about where you want to make a punch. You should be using pink objects that are bright, get hit with a lot of natural or artificial light, and are large enough to have multiple features.
There’s little point in having a single pink vase that’s extremely minimalist because it’ll draw the eye, which will find little detail to focus on, and then subsequently grow unfocused and wander. Pink boxes, cushions, chandeliers, or lamps are far more natural and will do pink much more justice than with minimalism.
Pink tends to go well with having texture, too. Though the stereotypical pink flowered texture is a very borne out cliché, there’s a reason why it’s so popular: pink looks good when it has detailed for the reasons discussed above. If you don’t have the option to have a pink object with a lot of texture, don’t be afraid to drape something over it that has a pink pattern.
Don’t Rain On Pink’s Parade
Pink is a strong color, and you don’t want to get in its way by putting it near other objects that are highly saturated in different colors or objects that are dark and heavily textured. Light blues and porcelains are natural companions to a pink centerpiece; dark wooded areas or smooth marble countertops are not.
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