Mother Nature always gets it right.... a fresh pink palette inspired by a gorgeous cluster of flowers is a beautiful, color springboard for any space.
Light and dark pinks, ultra-subtle, creamy yellow and a smudgy, smoky green balance each other effortlessly.
The most successful rooms often use subtle variations of the same hue to add depth and interest. For this palette, we dove into a spectrum of subtle pinks.
In this pink living room, Washington DC architect used a pink backdrop to layer in modern and graphic pieces. The contrast has an interesting energy.
Benjamin Moore Pink Swirl
A crisp black and white tile is a modern counter point to the creamy pink paint color in this kitchen.
A sharp counter point to the soft pinks is a smudgy, sooty green. The contrast still has natural references, so the combination feels easy and organic.
Benjamin Moore Narragansett Green
A living room with modern art and luxurious textures might have felt a bit static with a more sedate paint color. The soft pink backdrop keeps the combination light and fresh, and not too formal.
Benjamin Moore Coral Dust
For this primary bedroom refresh, Benjamin Moore's Frosted Rose picks up all the watery tones in these 1950s era water color paintings.
Benjamin Moore Frosted Rose
Benjamin Moore's Cotton Tail is a lovely partner to the sharp greens and easy pinks.
Benjamin Moore Cotton Tail