It is not very common to find interiors decorated in pink However, it is a very attractive option to renovate housing and give it a more dynamic appearance. Traditionally, pink is associated with the feminine or is used to enhance the romantic aspect of spaces. Fleeing a bit of this stereotype, we will discover how pink can be the protagonist of modern spaces, providing a unique energy in the environment, especially in some of its most electric ranges.
Modernism and minimalism are the two concepts that houses this avant-garde room. A space full of light, where white provides enough sobriety to not saturate.
The pink fuchsia in this room works as a dynamic color that fills the environment with strength. If we look, there are hardly any decorative elements and the whole basis of the design rests on the abundance of color. It is one of the characteristics of the most modern environments, where space is built by means of very simple elements.
Pink and black always work as a very feasible combination for interiors where you want to create a certain sophistication. It also has a romantic halo, although in this case little sweetened.
The combination of several colors works very well in this other example: white, gray, salmon pink and fuchsia pink for a small diaphanous studio with a youthful appearance. The sobriety provided by the primary tones is contrasted to perfection by the vividness of the rose.
The pink can also modernize the bathroom with a fascinating result, like those of these last two proposals, two contemporary spaces with a surprising visual design that more than one will reconcile with this color.
Photos: furniture trend zone; gardenhomeplans.com.