1. Benjamin Moore “Blanched Coral” #886
Shown here with matching silk drapery and white bedding, this is color is
elegant and feminine but not overly girlie.
|Credit via Hi Sugarplum|
3. Sherwin Williams “Verbena” #6581
Verbena is a little less gray and a little “more pink” than some of the
others chosen here. Shown here in the dining room of Cassie of Hi Sugarplum,
this pink pairs well with blues and blacks as evident from the drapery in the picture.
It’s a happy pink that evokes an updated look.
|Credit Brooke Gianetti|
4. Sherwin Williams Quaint Peche #6330
Quaint Peche has a peachy undertone which is reminiscent of the interior
of a sea shell. This color is enveloping and works well with so many other colors.
It could be used in a monotone palette or as shown here with deep contracts.
|Pink Ground by Farrow & Ball credit via Brooke Gianetti|
5. Farrow & Ball “Pink Ground”
Pink Ground is a nice color for bathrooms, bedrooms or formal spaces. During the “glamour days of Hollywood” pink was often chosen for a room or to pink tinted bulbs in were used in lamps, to provide a more pleasing reflection to skin tones. To view pink ground click here.
6. Benjamin Moore “Marry Me”
Marry Me has a vintage feel about it. It’s soft and moody. Reminiscent of bridal bouquets and flower petals. I have a male friend who actually painted his bedroom this color which totally debunks the myth that pink is for girls. This color looks great monotone or when mixed with gray, silver, black or brown. The black undertones add depth to this color and keep it from being too feminine.
|Credit via Katie Lydon Interiors|
7. Pittsburgh Paint “Cameo Rose” #129-3
The perfect pink for a soothing backdrop.