Pale pink walls is a hot new color trend for living rooms (okay just about any room) but while it's a versatile color, it's also an uncommon one. To see if your living room can handle it or see if it's the kind of color you might like to add to your home, check out these eight bold and blush pink living rooms pulling off the look perfectly.
Pale pink wall colors can be a very dynamic element (even if they are blush-like and pastel) when you pair it with a bold complementary color, like a deep moss green. The example above seen on Elle Espana.
Pale pink wall colors go very well with creamy neutrals like beiges, taupes and whites. Surrounding a pale pink wall with these neutral hues in furniture and textiles will instantly ground a pink. This example spotted The Everygirl.
A barely-there pink blush can look quite modern when married with simple and straightforward furniture upholstered in gray. Spotted on Sfgirlbybay.
Let your living room's architecture determine where to add a splash of pale pink blush color. Sometimes a little goes a long way (and helps an already small nook feel even cozier). Spotted on Bright Bazaar Blog.
You can play around with a pink blush paint color and make it even more powerful of an design element when you use it in a partial paint job, contrasting with white. Seen on Sfgirlbybay.
Paired with lots of woods and organic textures and materials, a pale pink wall color blends right in beautifully. Spotted on Sfgirlbybay.
Another way to make a pale pink wall really feel dynamic is to mix in a medley of colorful wall art, bohemian accessories and the color black, as seen in this room found on Elle Decoration Sweden.
Keeping the color palette very simple and almost monochromatic in the rest of the furnishings can make a pale pink wall seem both peaceful and exciting. Spotted on Nordic Design.