25 Pink Paint Colors for Every Room In the House

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Want to zhuzh up your bedroom walls, bathroom walls, living room walls… or basically any wall in your home? It pays off to think pink—pink paint, that is.

After being pushed to the sidelines of universal accessibility via outdated societal gender norms, shades of pink have been gaining new ground for years now. The days of pink paint being reserved for a girl’s bedroom in the home are long gone.

If you want to see your room through rose-colored glasses, check out the 25 standout pink paint colors below. From neons and corals to dusty roses and beiges, there’s something here for everyone.

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1.  The New Neutral

Yes, pink can be a neutral—just look at this Barcelona house tour! If you want to recreate this look in your own space, pair a primary hue with Clare’s Wing It.

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2. Bold in Bubblegum

As this London house tour proves, bubblegum pink walls don’t have to look juvenile. Pair the pretty shade—like Farrow & Ball’s Calamine—with wooden furniture planters, and, sure, the occasional animal accent.

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3. A Coral Corner

Ready to make a statement? Go big or go home with a coral shade like Behr’s Pink Mimosa. Let this Charleston house tour show you how it’s done.

4. Pretty Shades of Pink

If you want to shine the spotlight on your kitchen, take a cue from Mila Moraga-Holz’s home add whip up a mural by your breakfast nook. (Psst.. she used Benjamin Moore’s Springtime Peach.)

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5.  A Pretty Pink

This Los Angeles home strikes the right balance with Dunn-Edward’s Pale Jasper.

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6.  Play With Purple

A purple-pink paint is not for design wallflowers, but it created the perfect statement in this house tour’s kitchen. Get the look with Benjamin Moore’s Hot Lips.

7. Bold With Berry

Calling all maximalists: A zesty, berry-tinted color, like the one in this eclectic house tour, is calling your name. Go ahead and douse an accent wall in Benjamin Moore’s Peony.

8. Barely There Blush

As this Melbourne house tour proves, an almost-white cotton candy pink can beautify just about any space. Give this tint a try with Benjamin Moore’s Cream Puff.

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9. A Beautiful Bathroom

This just in: Pink bathrooms are making a comeback. The ferocious bathroom in Crystal and Gavin’s house tour, for example, features Sherwin Williams’ In the Pink.

10. 50 Shades of Pink

Why settle for one color when you can use a few? In this incredibly colorful bathroom, pink almost acts as a neutral. Create a backdrop with a punchy pigment like Dunn-Edward’s Pink and Sleek.

11. Opt for Ombre

If a single color feels too boring, shake things up with an ombre wall. The statement wall in Valorie’s New Orleans house tour features. Sherwin Williams’ Forward Fuschia, Exuberant Pink, and Vivacious Pink.

12. Beautiful Blush

As this house tour proves, you can never go wrong with a delightful shade of blush. Recreate the look with a peach-tinged shade like Farrow & Ball’s Pink Ground. 

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13. Pink is for Sweethearts

Everything is rosy in this Victorian renovation project, thanks to the stylish coat of salmon. With the help of a shade like Valspar’s Salmon Rose, you can give your space the same sweet sentiment.

14. A Brush With Beige

We’re big fans of the beige-pink family, in case you couldn’t tell—and the shade used in this Vermont house tour is no exception. Want to bring the easy, breezy vibes into your own home? Try a shade like Benjamin Moore’s Sun Washed.

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15. Crisp Coral

The deep coral-pink, as seen in this Cape Cod space, must only be used in the right setting. However, if you play your design cards right, it can make a statement. We’re predicting an accent wall of Benjamin Moore’s Picante in your near future…

16. A Sunset Shade

With more orange than the color above, this coral-pink looks at home in Rhode Island.  Owners Alix Flood and Nick Benson used Benjamin Moore’s Paradise Peach.

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17. Decorate With Dusty Rose

Whether you call it blushy or dusty, the pink in this cheery condo is a great addition to an earthy room. Go ahead, try your luck with Benjamin Moore’s Monticello Peach.

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18. Striped Shades

As this Toronto house tour proves, a barely-there pink will work wonders in columns on striped walls.  Get the look by pairing Benjamin Moore’s Valentine Memories with a cozy cream.

19. A Hint of Pink

There’s something we just love about a pink that’s so creamy and beige. In this Helsinki home, you can barely spot the pink at first glance. Give this look a try with a shade like Fondant by Benjamin Moore.

20. A Classic Pink Paint

For a classic pink, take a cue from this sweet nursery and paint your walls a shade like Pratt & Lambert’s Pink Beauty.

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21. Play With Pale Pink Pink

It’s official: This Brooklyn abode convinced us that pale pink can be powerful. Jennifer and Matt splashed their home in Farrow & Ball’s Setting Plaster.

22. A Bold Bright

Pro tip: Pair your coral walls with other bright hues, as seen in this Moroccan house tour. A shade like Backdrop’s 36 Hours in Marrakesh will act as the perfect, colorful canvas.

23. A Punchy Pink Paint

In this Los Angeles home, Valspar’s Princess Pink adds an unexpected pop of color to the kitchen.

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24. Regal Rose

A deep rose—like Sherwin Williams’ Grenadine—looks fit for Royalty in this English estate.

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25. Colorful Cabinets

Pink paint doesn’t need to be constricted to your walls. This Nashville home used Benjamin Moore’s Precocious on the kitchen cabinets to bring warmth to the space.