Colour Report 2019 – colour focus on PINK
25 January 2019
‘Living Coral’ – a warm and vivacious pink-tinted hue - is the buzzword in interiors thanks to Pantone’s Colour of the Year 2019. Pink is stealing the limelight yet again! Here’s how to ‘pink up’ your home thanks to Zoe Anderson from W.A.Green and her wondrous Colour Report 2019.
Part six – Pink represents compassion and love, and was historically used to represent wealth. It can add a punky playful element to interior design or can add warmth and an essence of calm, depending on shade. The narrative can easily sway towards romance and fantasy, so keeping it clean and structured can help to keep the look contemporary as opposed to girly. Adding pink to an interior design scheme can add glamour - just be wary of going too sickly sweet.
Credit: Wall painted in Piper pink from the Painthouse Pastels colour capsules
The key colour from Painthouse:
Ida Pink - This bright, joyful and fancy-free pink colour is full of 1950’s Americana flair and rose-tinted nostalgia.
I’m really looking forward to experimenting more with pink in 2019 and am currently craving a yellow and pink combination to bring to life both colours. We’ve seen Millennial Pink sweep Instagram over 2018 and I’m now expecting to see it used in more playful ways. Dusty rose colourings work well in bright white spaces, but you can also pair with super dark colours. It makes a very versatile option, which is why I think we’ve seen its popularity surge. Pink is a very welcoming and positive colour that makes it perfect for bedrooms and hallways.
Credit: Emily Murray from the award-winning interiors blog, The Pink House paints a kitchen stool using Ida from the Brights colour capsule
Pink towels add a punky vibe to a monochrome bathroom.
Credit: Homeware items available to buy at W.A.Green.
- Mila tables
- Top knot vase
- Miss Meyer vase
- Mouth plate
- Secret ingredient dish towel
- Merino wool face cushion
- Luxury feel real faux stem
- Ernesto candle
W.A.Green is a design destination dedicated to bringing a curated yet fun edit of luxury homewares to the heart of Shoreditch, London. With an aim to bring a hit of ‘dopamine for the home’ founder Zoë Anderson has curated the store in-line with her belief that like fashion, personal moods and tastes can change with the season. It’s this view that has inspired her to present a continually evolving aesthetic based on evoking feelings of happiness inspired by her travels around Europe and California.
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