How to style red and pink in your home
Spruce your space as we show you how to simplify styling these tricky shades
When looking to redecorate your space we can all agree that pink and red seem to be the shades we shy away from. Red can be a little garish and pink has connotations of being overly feminine, you know the kind of flowery rooms that make us shudder. Well, not any more. Use these shades to break up and accent neutral spaces, an accent chair against a white wall will create a space that pops without coming across too loud. Blush pinks look beautiful in a relaxed space and if you want to whack up the temperature a hot pink will achieve the bold statement you desire.
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Don’t restrict yourself when endeavouring to style these shades in your home. Artfully placed with a neutral colour to break up varying tones, feel free to play with pink and red in different shades in soft furnishing, even a little orange works well. This colour scheme feels most at home in the living room and the bedroom, and super-bright office and reading spaces.
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