5 Best Pink Paint Colors, According to Interior Designers

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


"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


"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




"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




"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




"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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