Welcome to our site, where you will find masterfully designed pink living rooms. Pink can be considered neutral, and it’s much more interesting than just always using beige or taupe. It creates a warm and often romantic feel within a room and can feel exceptionally cozy.
Be sure to scroll through our curated interior photos of pink living room ideas so you can read all about the details of each design. We hope to inspire and ignite creativity on your design journey.
1. Eclectic Pink Living Room
Eclectic and maximalist vibes dominate this modern, uniquely designed living room. Pale pink walls and dusty rose drapes on the windows accent the rich rust and yellow velvet sofas and deep purple area rug. The large abstract art ties in some color tones throughout the decor, and the indoor greenery brings in a natural element.
2. Soft & Airy Pink Living Room
Soft pinks and white combine together to create an airy and light-designed living room. The patterned rug adds whimsy to the home decor and the white furniture makes the room bright and light. The curves of the sofa and coffee table soften the interior design and create an elegant feel.
3. Maximalist Meets Traditional Pink Living Room
Dusty-rose pink walls combine with traditional-style furniture to create a charming and lived-in feel in this living room. Missoni-inspired loveseats with hot pink pillows are paired with a vintage rug and a velvet sofa to create a maximalist and cozy space. The portrait art and glass candlesticks add flair to the walls and fireplace, and the built-in bookcase and arched doorway lend themselves to the more traditional style.
- Source: Zillow Digs
4. Sophisticated Salmon-Color Living Room
Sophistication is key in this beautifully decorated pink-inspired living room. The salmon-tone paint on the walls is warm and inviting and allows the built-in wood cubbies/bookcase to really shine while displaying gorgeous collectibles and books. A custom beige sectional sofa allows ample room for seating, and the rich-stained wood coffee table and chair add character to the design.
5. Pink Glamour Living Room
Glamour and style dominate these pink-influenced living room design ideas. The bubble-gum pink walls contrast against the red sofa and white coffee table. Tall pink & black lamps flank both sides of the sofa, and a large vintage portrait hangs on the wall above, creating a glamorous feel.
6. Pale Pink Luxe Living Room
Soft pink walls showcase the incredible floor-to-ceiling built-in bookcase that surrounds the sofa. Blue pattern wallpaper in the sofa nook adds texture, while the blue armchairs and chaise bring in a pop of color. The stunning crystal chandelier adds a bit of luxury to the decor as does the vintage armchair and glass table.
7. Classically Designed Pink Living Room
Form meets function in this tailored and traditionally designed pink living room. The white rug really grounds the room and contrasts nicely against the dark wood floors. A gallery wall of art pops off the pink wall and adds depth to the room. Patterned pink & white high-back chairs and a solid low-back chair provide additional seating and a warmth of color.
- By Kerry Crosby
8. Dusty-Pink Modern Living Room
This elegant living room exudes style and warmth with color and texture. The pale blush walls contrast against the deep dusty-rose curved sofa and multi-print area rug. A beige marble two-piece coffee table offers a stunning and unique addition to the space, and the French doors bring in tons of natural light.
9. Hot pink-Influenced Living Room
The hot pink accent wall stands out in this Laura Ashley living room. Beige sofas and a pink wing-back armchair surround the wooden coffee table. Tropical indoor plants bring in a natural element, and the floral drapes add texture and pattern.
- Source: Laura Ashley UK
10. Blush Accented Living Room
The light pink living room features a vibrant blue wing sofa and a round center table. It has a huge indoor plant that adds freshness to the area.
- Source: Anthropologie
11. Rose-Pink Infused Living Room
Elegance and modern furnishings dominate this rose-pink living room — a modern chaise sectional for seating and a round wood coffee table for an organic element. The rose-pink walls and matching drapes add depth and texture, while the window brings in tons of natural light.
12. Deep Pink Mid-Century Inspired Living Room
Mid-Century inspiration combined with deep pink tones brings life to this living room. In this living space, a modern mobile-style chandelier hangs over a chaise sectional accented with multi-colored pillows and a pink throw blanket. Additional armchairs in pink tones add ample seating, and a plush area rug completes the design.
13. Nordic Style Pink & White Living Room
Nordic inspiration dominates this white & pink living room. The space is accented with a pink velvet sofa and floor cushion, with white framed art on a console table behind the sofa. Exposed bookcases house collectibles and books, while the blush pink pendant light offers task lighting.
14. Sophisticated Style Pink Living Room
Sophistication blends with eclectic design in this pink-infused living room. A velvet pink chaise sectional and pink walls create a feminine vibe, while the weathered floors and vintage sideboard add a more hard element to the design. A round plush chartreuse rug adds a pop of unusual color yet warmth, and the abstract art creates dimension in this space.
15. Bohemian Pink-Influenced Living Room
Indoor greenery and pattern infuse together to create this pink bohemian living room. A vintage pink floor cushion sits casually on the weathered wood floors and adds additional seating to the wood sectional sofa. A woven chair and pendant light bring in that bohemian vibe, and the patterned rug adds warmth and comfort.
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
The color pink isn’t for everyone, but it also isn’t strictly for a woman’s home (remember, it was originally considered 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.
Even if you love the color pink, you might be a bit hesitant to make it a 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 (Color Theory) 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 deep, dark pink. The color pink can be attractive in nearly any size or design of a 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 they 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, and olive (as well as gray, lime, mint green , and brown).