Using Pink in your decor

It seems apt to write this after another pink piece has flown out so it looks like the trend of pink is here to stay! Dare I even say that pink is becoming a firm favourite here at Faff Designs!

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There’s a few ways to incorporate pink into your décor whether it’s a bold statement with a. focal piece of furniture  or just a hint with a few accessories. 

 pastel pink sideboard from Annie Loveday Furniture

Go big or go home! These pieces are statement pieces which would make a great focal point in your room. The first piece is a pastel piece from Annie Loveday Furniture but with its gorgeous curves and soft tones paired here with some bright green house plants it really demands attention. Created using Tea Rose and Pink Champagne from Dixie Belle Paint.

pink drinks cabinet from decoris vintage designs 

Or you could opt for a boho blended beauty like this from from Decoris Vintage Designs. Created using a superb custom colour mix using Peony, Flamingo and Holy Guacamole. What a unique piece of work!


Pink also works on mid century pieces for a retro vibe like the piece I created above using Silk All In One Mineral Paint in the colour Conch. Although it’s a one colour finish, its soft pastel tones work well with lots of colour schemes. Silk has a built in top coat and is extremely hard wearing. Great paint for one colour or more modern finishes and the bonus of not having to top coat!

vintage bedside tables painted pink

 Maybe you’d prefer to use pink in a more subtle way like this bedside tables which I created as a commission last year. Tea Rose was the colour of choice which was paired with vintage gold handles in a neutral bedroom décor for a more subtle pop of pink.

 side table painted cobalt bluedrawer inner painted hot pink

If you’d prefer pink not to be the main colour then you could accent it with a playful pop inside the drawers like these super bright Cobalt Blue pieces. The contrasting pink on the drawer inners is so playful – I love it! This colour was custom mixed using Peony, Plum Crazy, Honky Tonk Red and Apricot

 green cabinet with faux pink flowers

If pink furniture really isn’t your thing then you could always opt for some splashes of pink with accessories. This bunch of pink faux blooms popped up on my facebook from a local florist, The Florist Gate and I knew I had to have them for staging props! It’s a subtle way of bringing pink into your home if pink furniture really isn't your thing.

 Needless to say I am a massive fan of pink in ALL the shades and I don’t think this trend is going away anytime soon!

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