Nothing says trendy and chic quite like a pink and gold color palette.
Pantone chose Rose Quartz as the Color of the Year for 2016. Four years ago. Since then we have had Greenery, Ultra Violet, Living Coral, and this year’s Classic Blue, but the love for the blush pink shade doesn’t seem to have stayed back in 2016, and, instead, has followed us to 2020. Pink and gold decorations are still the easiest way to create a chic and Pinterest-like living room at the same time you get to live your hygge lifestyle through the Summer.
We could very well say pink and gold are a match made in heaven. It makes so much sense we very easily find ourselves falling into that color scheme when planning something with the color pink.
The ideas and inspiration we’re sharing with you today are not necessarily full pink and gold, but they are great examples of how you can create a chic decor using these two colors and variations of them as your focal points with a clean background.
Here, the pink room decor is defined by the upholstered wall on the right, as well as the pink swatches on the carpet. The gold elements on the bookcase, lighting fixtures, and side table complete the look without overpowering the room.
When planning your pink room decor, remember that not everything needs to be about pink and gold decorations. The photo above is a clear example of that. What we love so much about these pink room ideas is their versatility, and how easy it is to play textures and other colors into the decor.
A pink mid-century armchair poses as the background for the gold plated lighting fixture pictured as the focal point. The two tones match each other without having to add any other blush pink home accessories to the decor.
Editor’s Choice: A Pink Mid-Century Armchair Fit For Any Room
From here you can adapt to your own taste and play with other colors. Let your mind and creativity run wild!
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