How to Use Hot Pink as a feature Colour
As I’ve been perusing through Pinterest the last couple of weeks a couple of shots of neutral interiors with hot pink accents have caught my attention. No longer just for the nursery, bold pops of hot pink add a bit of wow to a space, particulalry as hot pink is generally unexpected. I have gathered some images of hot pink pops in white interiors, hot pink used with blacks and greys, and hot pink used with neutral timber. Some of it is very bold, some more subtle, all of it achievable however, as the hot pink accents are largely through accessories such as artworks and prints, rugs, cushions, or tables.
Bright White + Hot Pink
not so girly wow!
Images (clockwise from top):
1. White Kitchen with black accents and a pop of the brightest of pinks, and a little yellow, a dramatic statement made by painting just a small square. Image: brittanickel
2. Pink & White Chevron hallway runner, adds a sense of vibrancy to an otherwise very classic hallway. Image: The Design Files
3. Always chic black & white plus a touch of pink via gorgeous flowers. Image: Small Shop Studio
4. White full height bookcase + glossy hot pink table. Image: Apartment Therapy
5. Want to revamp some old timber dining chairs? Paint them gloss white, and the legs hot pink for a bold & inexpensive look! Image: Apartment Therapy
6. Use a bold and colourful artwork above the bed in place of a headboard, to let the colours pop, stick to white linen, then draw out an accent colour through the side table and accessories, the resulting look is contemporary, bold, and super stylish. Image: The Design Files
Blacks & Greys + Hot Pink
Images (top to bottom):
1. (top left) Dark grey, elegant and a little masculine, with hot pink accents in the artwork. Image: Small Shop Studio
2. (top right) Neutral bed linen in shades of grey & beige plus a hot pink velvet cushion tucked at the back equals, simple, chic and never boring. Image: Brittanickel
3. A dark and moody room created via dark grey walls, floor & sofa, with a bold punch of yellow and the loud glossy pink table. Image: Apartment Therapy
4. Funk up the kitchen with pink splashbacks, or simply add a hot pink bar stools amongst your neutral ones for a modern pop of colour. Image: Freshome
5. Bring some drama into the bedroom with a bold magenta headboard. Image: Apartment Therapy
Timber + Hot Pink
Top Image: A Neutral Interior is brightened up with a cheery rug with pink tones throughout. Image: The Design Files
Bottom Image: Love pink? Make a long term commitment like this bold kitchen, a hot pink countertop. Image: Bungalow 5
Get the Look!
I personally love the drama of the black and grey tones with a hot pink accent. By opting for neutral furniture, then a pop of colour through the rug, you can change your look as often as your mood changes.
Get this look:
Then add some pink flowers such as cherry blossom in a feature vase.