Pink is definitely a color that can be easily treated as a secondary color, a neutral color that can easily be complemented by any other shade of color. This way you obtain timeless and elegant combinations of colors. It’s a nice trick for when you want to create an eye-catching décor that makes the room feel more inviting and cozy.
We also enjoy the effect that pink has on gray and black designs. As for the atmosphere and theme of the room, we suggest the use of pink in combination with other neutrals such as beige, white or even black. Occasionally, you can just choose one or more accent colors for a cohesive and harmonious décor.
Of course, you can mix two or more shades of pink and make them a monochromatic colorade. For example, you can opt for pink that is reminiscent of the sky in the morning or that symbolizes the beginning of the cold autumn and that doesn’t really get the attention you want it to receive. You can also opt for pink accessories and decorations and combine them with black details and the neutral of the room. If you want to create a more subtle transition between the spaces or to create a stronger visual separation between the areas, you can opt for pink furniture.