A little bit of pink never hurt anybody! Pink is such a fabulous color. If you ask me, it’s a neutral color in my book! I love all shades of pink and I love decorating with it. I’ve been dying to redesign a lobby with a pink accent color, but my male clients aren’t too fond of that idea. I’m still working on it.
Color trends change so frequently, so redecorating every time a new one comes around can be quite expensive. However, there are easy, budget-friendly ways to change up your décor as often as you’d like. If you’re trying to incorporate a pop of color into your home, you’ve clicked on the right link. Today I’m sharing my secrets to a tossing an unexpected color in a space. A great eye-catching color to play with? Pink!
Flowers. As you see in the photo above, floral arrangements are a great way to add a pop of color into your space. Fresh flowers bring a little life into your room, so I suggest treating yourself to them often.
Pillows. Ad you also see in the photo above, pillows are the easiest way to add a pop of color. Color trends change every year, so when you’re tired of one color recover them or toss ’em.
Accent Pieces. An ottoman or another accent piece like a garden stool or console table is a perfect way to get than “wow” factor of a room. It’s unexpected and refreshing.
Paint. Painting the inside of a bookshelf, the inside of an interior door trim, or the inside sides of dresser drawers can definitely be unexpected. There’s just enough color to make the room interesting.
Artwork. Artwork is a excellent solution for drawing in color. A black and white room immediately pops when you toss in a bright and fun shade. One piece is all it takes!
Books. I love using the spines of color books as accent pieces. Color coordinate your books, or head to the thrift store and find a bunch of one color. Bonus tip: think contrast. If you’re buying a lot of pink books, make sure the bookcase is white or a lighter shade so the pink can stand out.
How do you like to add in pops of color to your home?