What Do You Think, When You Think About Pink?

A soothing shade in a romantic retreat.
Or a hot accent that exudes contemporary chic.
Inspired by an island sunset or a strawberry drink…
The things you can think when you think about PINK!

Here are some of our favorite pink items that have been spotted around.

pink colored candlePink Grapefruit, Essential Oils Boxed Candle by Williams-Sonoma
This candle combines the clean, energizing citrus aroma of tropical grapefruit with a hint of natural orange.

pink bxesPink Bakery and Cake Boxes by usbox.com
Good things come in pink packages, like these boxes with a pink exterior kraft interior and lock corner design.

pink pillowLinks Pink Pillow and Fabric by Pine Cone Hill
Add a splash of color with this playful links pink pattern, available in decorative pillows of various sizes and cut yardage, designed by Annie Selke.

pink sofaChloe Sofa by Windsor Smith Home Collection
Rolled arms, a tufted seat and back, turned legs and French gold upholstery tacks add elegant detailing to this soft curved sofa.

world away pink lampVenus Pendant Chandelier by Worlds Away
Creating a vision of beauty this hot pink translucent capiz shell pendant measures 15″ in diameter.

Pink is a surprisingly versatile color. From sweet and pretty to bold and sophisticated, pink colors run the gamut—and can be a perfect choice for a variety of spaces.

benjamin moore pinkmarry me 1289
This classic and pretty pink is reminiscent of bridal bouquets and rose petals. The softest black undertone adds a measure of depth.

benjamin moore pink bedroom

Benjamin Moore elephant pink 2067-70 elephant pink 2087-70
As soft and sweet as a favorite stuffed animal, this light shade of pink is perfect for a little girl’s bedroom. A yellow undertone adds to its warmth.

benjamin moore pink baby nursery

benjamin moore pink ruffle 2081-50pink ruffle 2081-50
This true pink is playful and girly

benjamin moore pink ruffle

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Bright and fun and sure to delight!  Taking its name from the lush bloom that symbolizes romance and prosperity, this deep pink has a hint of black that makes it ideal for those who seek a vibrant color that’s not overpowering.

benjamin moore pink living room

benjamin moore pinkrosy blush 2086-30
An instant pop of energizing color.  For those with a passion for pink, rosy blush delivers an adrenaline rush of bold, energetic color.

2079-20 blushing redblushing red 2079-20
True glamour is achieved with this hue. Blue undertones lend this seductive, sensuous red a playful feel. It is stunning as an accent color, and a genuine showstopper when used more generously like the room below.

2079-20 blushing red

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Deep and sultry, this pink is rich and sophisticated.

pink dining room

What do you think of pink?  Do you still have passion for pink or has your love for this hue sizzled?


digital publication by benjamin mooreThis article was originally published in NUANCE from Benjamin Moore, a digital  interior design magazine for design professionals. Design is all around us, surfacing in subtle ways through the colors and textures of our surroundings. Nuance, brings some of these wonders to life.

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7 thoughts on “What Do You Think, When You Think About Pink?

  1. I love the rich dark pinks, but most people don’t like any pink in any room besides a little girls room. If you have a pink living room, hallways, carpet – it seems to have a negative impact and blinds them so much that they can’t see beyond it.

    • Hi Karen, Dark pinks can really make an impact on a room. Thanks for taking the time to read the post and comment! – Michelle

  2. I recently painted my office/workspace Ribbon Pink. If you are going to be brave enough to use pink you really need to play it up. I hung bright floral pictures in white frames (with a white desk on its way) plus an Amy Butler fabric for a simple valance. I love it!!! One thing about colour – don’t be afraid of it but be respectful of it.

    • Kelly, Your home office space sounds amazing and very adventurous with color. I love it! Thanks for taking the time comment. – Michelle

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