Pink is surprisingly versatile and works so nicely with a bunch of other colors. If you are painting a room for the first time, or trying to figure out what do with retro pink bathroom tiles, try these color schemes to elicit the perfect mood, depending on the room's purpose and how you want to feel in it.
PLAYFUL & GLAMOROUS: Bubblegum Pink & Bright Red
Red and pink combined read as both fun and daring, so try Benjamin Moore Vermillion with Pink Cadillac for a room that's upscale but doesn't take itself too seriously. Paint the room one color, and one piece of furniture the other shade, then add in some gold or brass accessories as a final layer in the room.
SOPHISTICATED & UNDERSTATED: Dusty Pink & Burgundy
CALM & SOOTHING: Light Pink & Subtle Gray
Above, there isn't huge contrast between this light pink (with brown undertones) and simple grey, which makes for a soothing space that's perfect for peaceful bedrooms. Try Sherwin Williams Hush White and Unique Gray.
HAPPY & CONFIDENT: Blush Pink & Black
MODERN & PRETTY: Salmon Pink & Teal
Salmon pink and teal are a muted version of pink + green, which is itself a riff on complementary colors red and green. It's a fresh twist on the 1980s vs. old-school preppy. Try Behr's Cinnamon Tea and Juniper Berries to get this look.
FRESH & FUN: Rosy Pink & Orange
This hallway looks youthful without being juvenile or overwhelming, giving off a positive vibe that gets you ready to tackle your day with zest and energy. Pair Glidden's Pink Lemonade with Calypso Coral.
WARM & WELCOMING: Neutral Pink & Mint