Welcome to our site, where you will find beautifully designed pink kitchens. The appeal of pink is apparent for many reasons. One of them is that it can convey so many moods. The soft hues embody a calm and relaxing vibe, while the vibrant palettes spark cheerfulness and joy.
Be sure to scroll through our curated interior photos so you can read all about the details of each design. We hope to inspire and ignite creativity on your design journey.
1. Farmhouse Chic Pink Kitchen
A patterned rug and pale pink shaker cabinets dominate this Farmhouse style kitchen. Gold bin pulls on the drawers and knobs on the doors of these gorgeous cabinets, paired with white subway-tiled walls and floating shelves that match. The skylight above, along with the windows and door, allows tons of natural light to stream in, creating a bright design.
2. Muted Tones Industrial-Style Kitchen
Muted tones and rustic wood two-tone cabinets dominate this industrial-style kitchen. Muted pink walls are paired with gray-washed and weathered green lower cabinets. Floating wall shelves are hung above the cabinets to store jars and tableware, and white plank floors compliment the white ceiling. Industrial-style pendant lights hang in the center of the room, and a weathered table serves as an island.
3. Retro-Influenced Galley Pink Kitchen
Black & white tiled floor paired with bubblegum pink cabinetry and walls create a retro-style galley kitchen. The kitchen features light and dark cabinets and a fridge to contrast against the black & white flooring. Custom curtains on the window and unique collectibles throughout complete this retro style and eclectic kitchen design.
4. Calming Blue & Pink Kitchen
Deep blue walls and calming pink cabinets are paired together to create a relaxing kitchen vibe. Marble white backsplash installed on the diagonal is an interesting choice but compliments the marble tile flooring. Carved white pendant lights hang from the ceiling above, and brass hardware on the cabinets adds depth to the design.
5. Creative Soft Pink Kitchen
Creative style and soft pink cabinets are paired to create a relaxing single-wall kitchen. White textured wallpaper on the back wall compliments the pink cabinets and white marble flooring. Floating metal wall shelves store collectibles and tableware, and a bright turquoise pendant adds a pop of color to the calming and creative design.
6. Pink & White Single Wall Kitchen
The spacious single-wall kitchen features baby pink cabinetry with a wood countertop and white tiles backsplash. It includes an eat-in dining space near the floor-to-ceiling glass window, which allows natural light to stream in. The white walls and backsplash, along with the range hood all complement the light, airy feeling of this design.
7. Maximalist Wallpaper Pink Kitchen
A floral pattern wallpaper and soft pink flat-front cabinets dominate this maximalist-inspired kitchen. Gold pulls and knobs on the doors of the cabinets, and rose gold faucet, which definitely compliments the pink tones. A modern semi-flush globe pendant hangs from the ceiling and the apron front sink adds to the charm of this uniquely designed kitchen.
8. Modern Pink Accents Kitchen
Modern design and pink accents dominate this beautifully styled kitchen. Pink low-back counter stools sit at the eat-in kitchen island, and an amazing wine fridge is located to the right, which is a bonus feature. An asymmetrical multi-colored chandelier hangs over the island, and white marble covers the counters. The herringbone pattern backsplash compliments the herringbone wood floor.
9. Monochromatic Pink Kitchen
Soft peachy-pink cabinets and painted walls compliment this monochromatic designed kitchen. Antique bronze hardware and faucet on these gorgeous cabinets are paired with the square white backsplash tile. A mix of floating shelving and upper cabinets combined together to create a beautifully curated space.
10. Bold Contemporary Pink Kitchen
Elegant kitchen highlighted by a glossy magenta backsplash. It has white upper cabinetry and wood-stained lower cabinetry topped with a white marble counter.
- Source: Pedini London
11. Eat-In Style Pink Kitchen
Perfect pink painted walls and white cabinets set the tone for this inviting eat-in style kitchen. A small floating shelf and mirror hang above the single wall kitchen has a very small range for US standards. A round white dining table is paired with pink shell-style chairs to create the perfect eat-in kitchen area, along with a beige pendant light that hangs above.
12. Modern Gray & Pink Combo Kitchen
This modern kitchen is filled with salmon-tone and gray cabinetry and white wavy backsplash tiles, and stainless steel appliances. The dark wood floors contrast with the bold and bright design.
- Source: ROCHES ET PIERRES sarl LAVRUT
13. Marble & Salmon Pink Kitchen
Salmon pink cabinets and a stunning marble backsplash create a gorgeous designed kitchen. The cabinets are all flat front with no hardware, which allows their greatness to stand alone. The light wood floors pair wonderfully with the stunning mauve and beige swirl marble backsplash. Small glass pendants hang above the island, and black low-back stools provide an area to eat-in the kitchen.
14. Futuristic Bold Pink Kitchen
The 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.
- Source: Photo by Н-Куб
15. Traditional Deep Pink Kitchen
Deep fuchsia pink cabinets and white marble countertops combine together to create a bold and lovely traditional-style kitchen. Antique brass hardware and faucet pair well with the deep pink tones , and the white tile backsplash contrasts well off the cabinets. Combining upper cabinets and floating shelves creates a warm and inviting kitchen design.
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 bright pink objects, 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 minimalism.
Pink tends to go well with 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 with a pink pattern over it.
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 you’re using.
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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