51 Pink Living Rooms With Tips, Ideas And Accessories To Help You Design Yours

Picky about your pinks? Well fear not, this collection of 51 different pink living room designs is sure to have something to suit your own individual tastes. Let us show you around some of our favourite pale pastel pink decor schemes and blush pink beauties, all the way through the spectrum to the intense heat of hot pink decor. We also explore the use of complementary colours to accentuate the room design, and contrasting hues to balance out the pink sweetness. We’re not just talking accent walls here either, we have a whole host of pink furniture and some living room accessories to polish off the look too.

Back up your love of pink. This pink couch living room is backed up by a colour coordinated shelving system behind. The great thing about this tip is that you don’t need to buy a specialist piece of furniture to achieve the look. Simply pick out a couple of pink paint shades and fill in the gaps between your existing shelves for an updated colourful look.


Visualizer: Thuong Hoai  

Pull out the pink. You can pull extra pink into your room design every time you draw the curtains, especially in a floor to ceiling set like these ones.


Source: Marie Claire  

Some like it hot. Whack up the heat with a tin of hot pink wall paint–don’t forget to paint that exposed brick wall too for an all encompassing colour scheme.


Designer: Noz Design  

Another hot pink extravaganza–this time with an amazing rug to bolster the bold statement.


Visualizer: Timur Mitin  

Crank up the contrast. This pink and teal living room not only benefits from the contrast of two different colours but of several different shades of pink too.

Ring in the changes. Even an old grey sofa can be enlivened with the pink trend by throwing on a few new scatter cushions and a bright throw. Don’t colour match the new pieces either, choose different shades for a modern layered look. You can balance out the colour party by bringing in some natural wood furniture pieces and metallic accessories, like these nesting tables and copper floor lamp.

This time a Rose gold arc floor lamp complements the pink shades in the room.

Go for just a spot of pink–literally.


Visualizer: Tovstyi Bohdan  

Or part of a spot.


Visualizer: Xiao Tan, Didi Lee & Ming Dang  

Or go for the whole room.


Source: Nathan + Jac  

Complement a pastel pink decor scheme with a piece of pretty wall art that incorporates the same shade.


Source: Metro Mode  

Capitalise on the modern coral pink trend by adding other contemporary touches, like these chevron cushions, geometric area rug, and a colour matched floor lamp.


Source: North Hem  

Let’s split it. If you can’t see yourself going the whole hog and painting every wall pink (or even just one entire wall), then consider a half and half design.


Designer: Zrobym  

You could just paint the bottom section of the wall, leaving the top basic white.

Perfect a pink lovers paradise. Pink paint, pink living room chairs, pink scatter cushions and even a pink accented gallery wall; a pink lovers perfection.


Visualizer: Nhan Nguyen  

Pink from dusk till dawn. This dusky dark pink living room is cut through with a slice of fresh white to waken the shaded scheme.


Visualizer: Kseniia Fe  

Add surprising elements to a soft scheme. This sweet backdrop is given modern edge by dressing with striking geo print scatter cushions, a furry pillow and a cool gold sputnik chandelier.


Designer: Bold NY Design  

Pink and green make a harmonious couple, particularly when the green elements in the room come in the form of lush indoor plants.


Visualizer: 李 zhuo  

This pink and green interior design incorporates a heavenly wall mural.


Source: Glamour  

Pink can be both contemporary and classic; take this pink chesterfield sofa for example. A colourful take on a classic silhouette.


Visualizer: Apollo Render Studio  

Don’t forget the base notes and highlights. It can be easy to fall into one samey coloured scheme, but this pink, black, white and gold combo shows how its all about the balance.


Source: Historiska Hem  

The 50/50 balance. This room’s colour palette is split evenly between blush pink and natural wood tone. Dark green cushions and indoor plants provide a few base notes, whilst flashes of white accessories sprinkle in the highlights.


Visualizer: Rong Rong  

Use pink to mark out a different zone in your living room. This room focusses the main use of pink around the window area. Wall art has been hung across the pink and white sections to create a connection between the two.


Visualizer: MOPS Architecture Studio  

The pink zone in this multipurpose living room defines the workspace from a green lounge area.


Visualizer: Anjey Babych  

This colour zoning separates a coral pink lounge from a monochrome kitchen.


Source: Dulux  

Put pink alongside blue and mauve tones for a soft yet sophisticated colour scheme.


Visualizer: Olga Pavlyk  

Patch paint decorative wall panelling. Wainscot and boiserie make beautiful classic backdrops in a living room; give them a modern twist by sectioning off a random rectangle with some painters tape, then fill in the area with your favourite shade of pink.


Visualizer: 宁 洁  

Thread the accent colour all the way through an open plan space. The pink in this open plan living room happens mainly over by the kitchen dining area, but a pink floor pouf brings the accent right into the lounge.


Visualizer: MARTIN architects  

Pink can be used to enliven the look of an unadorned wall, like this one that’s been left blank for a projector screen to come down in front of it.


Visualizer: Artpartner Architects  

Design a high fashion hit. Blush pink on a black and white base hits the pink trend hard…


Visualizer: Rong Rong  

… Or piece in some prominent black and white accents to sharpen an all pink room.


Photographer: Linda Jaquez  

Get quirky. Acid yellow couches, Star Wars home decor, and two Brillo Soap Pad Boxes used as side tables give this pink living room its own distinct personality.


Visualizer: Anastasiia Romanova  

One accent wall and one piece of accent furniture can speak volumes. There is lots going on in this room, including green and black decor with gold accessories, but it’s the textured pink wall and an elegant pink ottoman that steal the show. Sometimes, less is more…


Designer: Anthony Baratta  

… Or maybe, MORE is more! Pink walls, pink ottoman, pink accent chairs, pink table lamps, and a pink rug fill this room to its white rafters. Welcome relief is brought in the form of pretty blue glass elements that break up the scene.


Designer: Kim Armstrong  

Another pink and blue living room, but this time its blue floral upholstery that pierces through the pink.


Designer: Brett Mickan  

Match wall art to the scatter cushions and to the rug to thread the colour scheme from top to bottom.


Visualizer: Thanh Hang Vu  

This scheme brings pink to the floor with a pink geo print beanbag.


Architect: Simone Micheli  

Provide a high contrast companion to pink feature furniture. A pink modern sofa, chair and ottomans are joined by high contrast lime green shelving in this contemporary white interior.


Source: Fama Living  

Use pattern to break up large expanses of pink. A solid pink chaise lounge matches the footstool and one section of the modern sofa in this pink living room set. Pink patterned pieces have been used to break up the expanse elsewhere in the arrangement.


Visualizer: Anjey Babych  

Fill it with florals. More pictures of this beautiful home here.


Visualizer: Tram Nguyen  

This pink peonies living room art is more subtle than an entire wall treatment, but every bit as beautiful. Note the single darker pink cushion amongst the pastels on the sofa to weight the airy scheme; sImple but effective.


Visualizer: Diễm Kiều  

Muted pinks make for a soft Scandi feel.


Designer: Andrey Barinov  
Visualizer: Andrey Barinov  

Colour an open plan living room with the bright zigzag of a pink staircase design.


Visualizer: Design Lyiv  

In a layout with a glass wall bedroom, encase all pink elements behind the glass–except for one matching pink sofa or chair.


Visualizer: Ruslan Kovalchuk, Mariya Chmut and Stephen Tsimbalyuk  

Put it in lights.


Visualizer: Room Design Buro  

Build it. If you’re not able to find your dream pink living room furniture, you could have it built. This bespoke piece is a single runaround design that includes a chair, sofa and window seat too.


Visualizer: Mateusz Kociolek  

Sometimes one statement piece is enough. See more pink and grey interiors.


Designer: Olha Wood  

A single chaise provides the pink in this lounge.


Visualizer: Maggi Samir  

Balance out hot pink with other strong style statements, like this illuminated feature wall.


Designer: Zimenko  
Visualizer: Vlad Yuhimchuk  

Go grand with golden touches. Gold trims run through these pink walls, behind golden bookcases and gold living room furniture. Instead of a pink chandelier, they’ve opted for a purple crystal piece to change things up.


Visualizer: Archivizer  

Get colourful with cabinets. Ok, so it’s actually a pink kitchen that colours the backdrop of this living room arrangement, but pink storage cupboards would have a similar effect in a non open plan room. Pink geometric print cushions continue the accent shade onto the light cream couch in this setup, and a couple of decorative vases hold sprays of pink leaves on top of the coffee table too.


1. Green & pink flower vases
2. Pink floral wall art
3. Pink accent chairs
4. Pink chandelier
5. Living sofa
6. Rose gold arc floor lamp
7. Convertible chair
8. Pink floor pouf
9. Floor rug
10. Songbird Ruth By Kay Bojesen
11. Pink and gold coffee table
12. Knot cushion

Recommended Reading: 
51 Pink Bedrooms With Images, Tips And Accessories To Help You Decorate Yours
51 Inspirational Pink Kitchens With Tips & Accessories To Help You Design Yours

Related Posts:

// http://bit.ly/NlZgQi

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s