Think Pink




TO USE PINK ? OR TO NOT USE PINK ? – I say Think Pink!


Forget everything you associate with the shade labeled ”Pink”… Pink is not just the sweet girly colour used in a young girls room – Pink is far more than that!


I‘d argue that when used correctly with restraint and with the right shade, it’s actually a gender neutral colour. For instance, a dusty textured pink works wonders in a modern colour palette amongst White/Grey and Navy tones. Additionally, you can simply mix Modern Scandi furnishings, timber finishes and a hint of masculine leather to balance an otherwise feminine look.


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The hue of the colour Pink is the key to its versatility! It can be overstated and bold when used in conjunction with Irish Greens and animal prints, on the other hand, when partnered with edgy artwork and metallic rose accessories the colour takes on a Modern, more dramatic role.



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The Pink revolution doesn't stop in the home. It is becoming more and more common in the commercial sector, whether it be with a mix of strong and soft dusty tonal shades or creating an impact with bold Fuchsia Pinks in the office foyer – businesses are drawing attention and making long lasting impressions from the outside in simply with the use of colour!


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The best thing about Pink is its adaptability. Try pastel geometric schemes with a modern twist, or a tried and trusted Shabby Chic Style with ombre tones for a more soft, feminine look.


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Shades, tones and hues of Pink are versatile and well worth investigating. For further advice and ideas, call in to see our specialists in-store, or call to arrange a designer to visit your home today – We are here to help!


Happy Painting!

Karen

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