Okay, hear us out. We know that pink is reminiscent of a lot of bathrooms that you probably had renovated when you moved into your house that hadn’t been touched since the 50s or 60s. Pink gets a bad rap even though we believe it to be a serious contender. In fact, we’ve been obsessed looking at pinks in the studio (and not just because it’s almost Valentine’s Day), Rachel, one of our designers may in fact have a bit of an obsession with the blushing color. Here are some designs we believe prove our point.
These blush pink cabinets add the perfect amount of color to this kitchen without feeling like you stepped into a gingerbread house. Also, they complement the oak flooring and brass hardware beautifully.
This kitchen showcases the ability to utilize pink in a way that feels modern and sophisticated.
Concrete Collaborative is one of our favorite companies to work with here in this studio. Look at how the vanity and mirror bring something completely unique and eye-catching to this bathroom.
I audibly gasped when I saw this photo. This personifies the “grandmillenial” style we mentioned in our last blog post, and my-oh-my, we are ready to move in.
This perfectly-utilized pink in a small section of wall brought a brightness to this windowless and narrow kitchen.
I hope this took the idea of incorporating pink from a “no way” to the wheels in your brain turning with fresh and new redesign ideas. Happy Valentine’s Day from all of us at the studio!