I know so many ladies who still love the color pink and would love to incorporate that color into their everyday living quarters.
For that reason, I have took the liberty of putting together a living room design with your favorite color. The key it not to go overboard with pink but to use hues that are not kid-like. This design is especially great for renters who may not be allowed to paint the walls.
In this design, I started with lighting – a drum shade chandelier, not any boring chandelier; this one is modern with a chrome finish. Pink made its appearance in the form of 2 nail-head accent chairs. For additional seating, I chose a white tufted sofa which also added balance and elegance to the room. I also added a white and chrome coffee table nestled in the center to ground and bring this seating formation together. On top of that, I added a fun element to the space in the form of a graphic black and white rug.
To accessorize, I used throw pillows in grey and pink hues placed against the white sofa, a sliver vase to add height and a floral arrangement and scented candle that add that feminine feel. For artwork, a painting of a horse hangs above the sofa. This painting says power and strength, and should be a great conversation piece.
Here is the thing about this room, If you look closer you will see the only pink pieces in this room are the accent chairs. However, pink dominates making it a pink room. The good thing about using the chairs is that down the road, if you no longer want pink chairs, you can simply reupholster and bring new life to your space.