How to decorate your home with pink and green
Pink and green should always be seen, so use this complementary colour coupling to create chic decorating schemes, every time
Pink and green is everywhere at the moment. Whether you’re brightening your kitchen, giving your home office an update or revamping your bathroom, it’s definitely the way to go. We show you how best to use pink and green across your home, keep reading for all of the inspiration you’ll need…
You don’t have to overfill a space with pattern or quirky accessories to create an eclectic scheme. Choose handmade artisan tiles that have natural variations in tone for your kitchen, paired with pops of raspberry on the cabinetry to achieve a considered yet showstopping look.
Make a statement
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For a budget-friendly outdoor makeover, use masonry paint to create a colourful statement on brick, stone or rendered walls. Finish by refreshing your garden furniture in contrasting shades.
Make the sofa the centre of your scheme using block colour, luxe linens and sumptuous velvets to create the ultimate in contemporary cosy. A deep-set, shapely design in dusky pink can be the hero of a laidback space, and complemented with mint green soft furnishings and
grey accents, you can pull off an on-trend finish effortlessly.
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Co-ordinating wall coverings and curtains will create a tranquil yet distinctive bedroom look. Opt for plain or subtly textured bedlinen, upholstery and cushions in the same muted colour palette for a scheme you’ll want to escape to.
Embrace the combo
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Crisp white fittings come into their own against a backdrop of gelato shades, and a tiled partition wall as opposed to a glass panel in a wet room is a great way to let this colour combo sing. Simply choose two or three hues in the same tile design to zone wash areas for pared-back wow factor
Evoke a far-flung destination feel by bringing this palette’s more exotic tones to the fore with print. Pair an eye-catching wallpaper with punchy pinks, pulling the scheme together through a mix of time-worn accessories like vintage trunks and bamboo seating to capture a hot-tropics vibe.