20 Living Rooms That Will Have You Thinking Pink
A pink nursery? Sweet as can be. A pink bedroom? Classically romantic choice. A pink living room? That’s a power move. Get inspired by how design pros have given pink a prominent place in these living room designs.
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There’s nothing shy or retiring about the confident hues and design choices in this pink Boston condominium’s living room. Lucite chairs with graphic upholstery set a modern, metropolitan tone that carries over to an equally eye-popping sofa, and gold accents on the floor lamp, sconces and coffee table add a note of polish.
The Art Deco furnishings and mother-of-pearl tones in this living room channel iconic seaside destinations like Miami and the Hamptons. In other news, why aren’t the rest of us putting gorgeous, light-loving wallpaper on our ceilings?
The neon pink and spring green palette begins in the enlarged drawing on the gallery wall and carries through this living room giving it an undeniable sense of fun. It also channels the high society summer stylings of “Queen of Prep” Lilly Pulitzer, making for a perfectly preppy space.
Handsome blush grasscloth on a feature wall sets the stage for this sophisticated collection of fabrics and accents. Deeper pink tones trail through upholstered armchairs, impeccably coordinated toss pillows and a tabletop arrangement.
Patterns and Play
It’s impossible to walk into an unapologetically pink space like this one — with not one but two pink feature walls — without breaking into a grin. A graphic navy and white area rug makes way for leopard print and neon pink velvet pillows, and exuberant art and objects complete the scene.
Exuberant and Eclectic
This eclectic pink and tan patterned wallpaper is an eye-catching choice that makes this living room really stand out. The exuberant space also features eclectic decor, like globes, international magazines, a pink velvet sofa, a baroque double mirror and a pink glass chandelier, making it truly one-of-a-kind.
Consider how carefully deployed fuchsia can practically function as a neutral (yes, a neutral) in a thoughtfully designed space. Here, natural materials and brushed gold accents create a warm background for the vivid chenille sofa. Barely-there blush paint, in turn, adds just a touch of supplementary color.
That '70s Pink
Pink can be an excellent excuse to take design risks, and this living space is the perfect example. With apologies to red (the erstwhile color of confidence), this hue breezes across the wall like it’s strolling past the velvet rope in Studio 54’s heyday — and the high-concept retro mood it establishes is utterly infectious.
Traditional With Twists
Paired with classic pieces like an intricate area rug and a carved, mirrored antique cabinet, these pale pink walls are a versatile base for contemporary design elements. The fuchsia velvet and snakeskin patterned upholstery, along with a pair of tufted gold ottomans bring color and texture into this living space.
California Meets Scandinavia
Flat pink paint lends itself beautifully to modern, minimalistic interiors like these, where clean lines, unsaturated fabrics, and natural finishes create a serene space. Take cues from the chunk of rose quartz on the coffee table to create a restful pink living room.
Fresh in Fuchsia
The mostly white living room perks things up with fuchsia interiors for the built-in shelving units on either side of the fireplace. The bright color is brought out into the room with pink pillows and two striped armchairs.
Scattered around this living room are beautiful blush accents that bring a lovely look to this space. Two twin poufs bring in added color and seating, while a coordinating throw pillow and vase continues the light pink color throughout the room.
A Vision in Pink
This mostly neutral living room brings in a pop of color with the fuchsia armchairs situated in front of the fireplace. Carrying this lively hue of pink throughout the space is the Ikat patterned rug and plush pillows.
There's a lot to love about this colorful living room: the pastel pink sofa and coral chair are two that stand out upon first glance.
Red, white and blue, step aside. Pink, white and blue, your day has come. The rich raspberry shade invigorates this traditional living room with sassy energy.
A Touch of Glamour
In this mostly beige living room, a pair of blush pink armchairs stand out. The pink hue of these chairs brings color into the neutral space, without being too overwhelming.
Orchid pink window shades are the MVPs in this modern living room. Drawn during the day, they cast delicate pink light across the walls and sectional. Drawn at night, they’re a perfect match for that sectional and the well-chosen artwork that hangs between them.
Petal to the Metal
This pattern on this condominium’s wallpaper reads as pale pink from across the room and pairs smashingly with both a floral rug and velvet barstools. That tone deepens to magenta on a barrel chair and a pair of toss pillows, and gleaming gold creates connection between the marble coffee table, the navy sofa and the fabulous statement mirror.
Party Perfect Pink
This condominium features a balcony with a seaside view, so why not splash a neon botanical print across the wall and hang equally vivid drapes? The joyful pink, seen throughout this coastal living room, makes anyone entering cheerful, which is exactly what you want on a beach getaway.
This chic and comfortable pink living room demonstrates just how useful the color and its near-infinite iterations can be. Whether you fancy traditional damask roses, vivid magentas or minimalistic desert blush, there's something about pink that invariably says come on in.