Create a sweet and soft room by pairing a warm grey with shades of purple – whether it’s a bold violet colour in the bedroom or a grey and pink living room, use candy tones to promote a calming atmosphere.
With a variety of tones from barely blush to candy-pink, a pink and grey nursery is one way to ensure your little one is sleeping serenely, with many shades of pink known for their calming qualities.
If too much bold colour is a concern, a nursery with a soft grey wall allows flexibility and creativity with the pops of pink or purple used throughout the furniture and linens. When used in harmony with soft white or similar pastel tones, this space will become a light and fresh escape for both parent and baby.
Your own grey and pink bedroom can easily become a romantic space when pink-hued walls are paired with neutrals like beige, stone and shades of grey elsewhere. This combination is a tried and tested one, and one that continues to surge in popularity because of the modern and urban feel. Layer the room with fresh plants and wooden touches for a more Nordic feel, and an instant styling success.
This is not only a combination for the bedroom, with the popularity of a grey and pink living room continuing to grow. Millennial pink is a colour trend that plans on going nowhere, and when layered with marbled whites, brassy golds and plenty of leafy green creates a wonderfully serene area to relax in.
The combination doesn’t have to feel too feminine, with a range of shades in both muted and rusty tones there’s something to satisfy any colour enthusiast.
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