We started the hashtag series with the #TeamPuti and #TeamIndustrial looks. Now, let’s kick off on a more colorful note with #TeamPink! Think you can’t rock pink? Well, think again! In this article, we’ll be laying out 3 empowering pink color palettes for you to try in your own living space that can match any kind of aesthetic.
Why should we even consider pink? Traditionally, pink has often been associated with femininity. It’s the color we paint our nurseries with when we know a baby girl is on the way. However, shades of pink go well beyond just lining the women’s aisles of grocery stores. This color has evolved throughout generations and cultures to represent many things. Soft, baby pinks are associated with love and kindness. Medium-toned dusty pinks are all about fun and creativity. Stronger, brighter pinks like fuchsia and magenta have been synonymous to confidence and empowerment. Are you ready to dive into #TeamPink? Here are 3 pink color palettes for any kind of pink aesthetic.
Warm, Nurturing, Inclusive
Burnt out and in need of some much needed self care? Choose a warm-toned pastel pink hue as the dominant color for your living space. The color pink has been shown to lower aggression and stress levels. A perfect way to unwind after a long day of draining meetings or running household errands. Complete this cozy look with other soft elements like a fuzzy carpet, a lush blanket, and top it all off with the softest set of pillows for a comfortable night in.
Fun, Creative, Stable
Working from home? You probably need a bit more pep to your step to get you going throughout the day. A peachy shade of medium pink is all that you need to keep your focus and creativity flowing. While not traditionally a part of the mid-century modern color palette, muted pinks actually match well with this design concept. Complete the look with a velvety loveseat, wooden furniture accents, and, of course, some indoor plants.
Strong, Confident, Empowering
A strong, bright pink like fuchsia might not be the first color choice that come to mind for most people. But, if you want a color that really stands out, this is it. Such a maximalist color choice require equally maximalist decor. Pair this hue with charming, heirloom accents such as antique paintings, beautiful crystal decanters, and gilded mirrors. Nothing feels more empowering than living in a space that feels like it came right out of a movie set.
Let’s Think Pink
Can’t get enough of #TeamPink? Same here! See our other collection of pink-themed quizzes and articles below.
Some Final Thoughts
Almost all of the colors we chose in our pink color palettes are from our Boysen Color Palette fandeck. If you have any questions about our paints and colors, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re always happy to help. What color should we do next for our hashtag series? Let us know. Happy painting! ?