5 Best Pink Paint Colors, According to Interior Designers

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Shading patterns change frequently in the realm of inside plan and (like it or not) millennial pink is without a doubt having a minute. While the customarily ladylike shade is viewed as rough by a few, different planners think that its warm, welcoming and shockingly adaptable. Here, 14 shades they are as of now utilizing as a part of their work, and a shading master's thought on what to combine them with.

 

1. Unfussy Beige

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"I love this subtle pink by Sherwin Williams (Unfussy Beige) with enough grey in it to deem it suitable for even a living room. This pink is as mellow and elegant as can be. So warm and tender, it envelops you in it's presence."- Dalia Canora

 

2.Chippendale Rosetone

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"We really like the new rusty pink, which I saw a lot of in a recent trip to Milan. Benjamin Moore in Chippendale Rosetone [would work well in]a country kitchen or a romantic bedroom with dark grey bedding." - Ariel Ashe

 

3.Sugarcane

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"I recently completed a remodel in Northern Wisconsin in which I used Benjamin Moore Sugarcane in a tiny guest room to give it some life. It's the perfect balance between soft and cool and feels different at different times of the day." - Jenika Kurtz Cuadra

 

4.Pirouette

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"It is not everyday that you can get away with painting a pink without it feeling like a nursery, but Pirouette by Divine Color is the perfect tone to have it still feel sophisticated enough for any room."- Emily Henderson

 

5.Calamine

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"For a dusty pink, it's hard to beat Calamine by Farrow & Ball. With its grey undertone, I find it more versatile than most pinks on the market. I love using it in unexpected places, like a dining room ceiling. And it makes everyone's skin look gorgeous." - B.A. Torrey
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