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TREND: roze verovert onze interieurs

TREND: pink conquers our interiors

Pink has been rid of its frumpy image for a few years now and is increasingly getting a prominent role in interiors - and sometimes also the exterior. Although for many, a pink room is a bridge too far, we can no longer ignore pink accents when decorating our homes. This colour has conquered both the world of fashion and design. From powder pink to salmon for those who like soft tones, from coral to fuchsia for the daring. Don't be left behind and discover how you can integrate pink in your interior. Millennial pink in a neutral and fresh look Millennial pink is a timeless colour that exudes design. Pink is the colour of romance. It looks feminine and gives softness to any interior. Do not immediately think of that baby pink girls room, because it can also be stylish and tough. Pastel shades create atmosphere and cosiness, making the room look bigger. An oasis of tranquillity is created without having to put in much effort. Combine pink with regulars like beige, grey and white. Using colour in your interior in a stylish way: check! Pink bathrooms Pink bathrooms make hearts beat faster and have become extremely popular. It's not for everyone, but the result can be stunning. Pink goes beautifully with black, white and terrazzo. The Retro Oval Spiegel fits perfectly in a pink bathroom. Talk about instagrammable bathrooms! Moroccan pink In the 1970s, our style ideas were gradually influenced by other cultures. The ethnic interior style was born and we fell in love with Moroccan influences. A Moroccan interior swears by terra and pink shades. These shades go beautifully with cacti and other exotic plants, because pink and dark green are contrasting colours. Contrasting colours That contrasting colours work when it comes to interior styling, we've known that for quite some time. The beautiful pink-green contrast can be obtained by combining a dark green wall with pink accents in accessories such as Plaid Matisse. Any shade of pink - dark pink, salmon pink, old pink, fuchsia, ... - goes well with this dark green colour. This combination will immediately give your interior a surprising twist. Not a fan of a green wall? Then create the desired contrast using plants or smaller green accessories. Green marble is ideal for this: just think of our Mauritz side table, the Richard coffee table or Merit table lamp. Pink Wall Art Hanging wall art with pink accents is the ideal way to easily integrate this colour into your interior. These works of art by Furnified give your home an interesting boost. The angular shapes are a unique addition to your interior and the different colours create a beautiful ensemble. Pink and velvet Pink velvet always brings life to your home! Pink in combination with this stylish material provides that spicy touch you have been looking for. Choose a pink velvet dining chair, a pink pouf or a pink armchair: plenty of choice!
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