Hot Pink at Home: Gorgeous or Garish?
What do you think about pink? Hot pink, to be exact. Possibly one of the most polarizing colors out there, bright bold fuchsias are becoming more and more popular in all areas of design. So how does this hue hold up at home? Letís take a look:
There is this myth that pink and red donít play nicely together, but as you can see here, thatís not true. This room is saturated with both colors and pulls off the partnership perfectly. This room is so vibrant and alive, however, it might be hard from some people to relax in it. Could you cozy up to these colors?
Hot pink in the loo, too! This deep pink gives this classic bathroom a more modern twist. Here pink serves to warm up the space while the white curtains and tile really pop against the commanding color. This bathroom is going to wake you up in the morning, thatís for sure.
While hot pink is often paired with black, beige and brown tones can complement the color as well. This gorgeous guest bedroom relies very heavily on itís contemporary color scheme. Would you check in for a night or are you more into the neutrals than the new colors?
Whatís your overall take on this ďhotĒ trend? Are you flipping for fuchsia or do you think pink stinks?
According to color psychology, hot pink brings about feelings of passion, playfulness and confidence. Not bad things to have floating around in your kitchen. This kitchen is definitely defined by itís bold, bright cabinets and unexpected chandelier. While this room would inspire many to cook up some romance, it might not be everyoneís cup of tea. What do you think?