15 Grown-Up Ways to Decorate With Raspberry Pink
Looking for a pink that's more grown up than pastel pink and a little more subtle than hot pink? Raspberry pink is the color that you're looking for. Check out this gorgeous hue paired with colors across the spectrum.
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Raspberry Pink Color Palette
This grown-up hue looks perfect when paired with soft pink and teal. Welcome this glam color into your life with our favorite raspberry-pink decorating ideas.
Packed With Color
Two built-in shelves flank a cozy window seat in this charming reading nook. Bright pink, graphic wallpaper adds bold color that contrasts against the green window seat filled with plush pillows in complementary pink hues.
This homeowner upholstered the sofas with a fuchsia wool-blend fabric, then ran with a hot pink theme throughout the house. In the family room, she balanced the bright shade with brown in the rug, the pillows and the curtains. See more of this home from HGTV Magazine.
This Moroccan-inspired bedroom boasts a warm shade of brown paired with a lively shade of raspberry pink. The combination creates a relaxing yet energizing space oozing with style.
Natural light fills this bright, eclectic living room that features splashes of raspberry pink throughout. The brick wall becomes a focal point when flanked by custom built-in bookcases and clever firewood storage.
Designer Genevieve Gorder chose mismatched furniture for an easygoing look in her dining room, including armchairs and a raspberry-pink bench. See more of this home from HGTV Magazine.
Filled With Floral
Gray wallpaper with a fun floral print in pink and green sets the tone for this chic, feminine bedroom. Black, white and gray furnishings add lovely contrast to the bright hues and keep the space from appearing too busy.
The Theodore Roosevelt Room in historic Stonebrook Court Manor features a rustic, Old World design with an unexpected splash of color. The pop of raspberry upholstery on the armchair adds a bit of modern charm.
Ready to Work
This Kelly green built-in bookcase makes a preppy statement with the addition of a hot pink, leather swivel chair and coordinating office accessories.
All Grown Up
For this girl's bedroom, a big floral print in pinks, blues and greens makes a cheerful, vibrant statement on the curtains and accent pillows. Raspberry-pink drapery trim breaks up the white and pastels.
Eskayel wallpaper creates an interesting accent wall around a whimsical, hot pink door. All-white decor allows the entry to take center stage.
Paint It Pink
This vintage carved wood table at the foot of the bed used to be blue, but the homeowner spray-painted it her daughter's favorite color, pink. See more of this home from HGTV Magazine.
A Little Bit There
Designer Claire Paquin designed a little girl's bedroom with room to grow by using a neutral, all-white color palette and adding bold, on-trend accents for a playful touch.
Spectrum Sitting Room
A tufted turquoise sofa fits perfectly in the window nook of this eclectic sitting room. A purple tufted bench complements the purple lines in the diamond pattern of the raspberry-pink wallpaper.
Posh in raspberry pink, this girl's bedroom mixes textured wallpaper with a bold patterned area rug for a dramatic statement. A shiny leather headboard and chandelier add an extra touch of luxe.
A modern dining room and bar area create a space for casual dining and entertaining. Bold shots of color give the space energy and charisma.