14 Ways To Work Pink Into Your Home Decor


Look to this design roundup for inspiration on how to incorporate pops of pink into your home—whether you’re into the Barbiecore interiors trend, or simply appreciate the versatile hue.

Check out 14 ways to work pink into your home decor



bedroom with red drapes and pink walls

Photography By Sargent Photography

Open and bright, the master suite is private and resplendent. The main feature is a custom bed with a headboard in Quadrille fabric matching the overhead canopy and window shades. Swinging-arm wall lamps by Visual Comfort & Co., with custom shades, offer light along with a pair of Aerin table lamps, all from Hive. French doors open to the pool. (Tour the home.)


pink office with grey chairs and dog painting

Photography By James Schroder Photography

In the office, a custom desk from The Joseph Company blends with an antique desk chair from Edit, covered in Link Outdoor fabric from George Cameron Nash, and twin vintage chairs from Memorial Antiques & Interiors. The light fixture, also from Memorial Antiques & Interiors, is reflected in a mirror from Skelton – St. John Antiques and Interiors. (Tour the home.)


pink sitting room with pink curtains

Photography By Peter Murdock

Chairs in the sitting area are covered in a chocolate kidskin by Keleen Leathers. The custom coffee table was conceived by designer Ernest de la Torre and uses hand-dyed straw marquetry to get its plaid effect. (Tour the home.)


15 Ways To Style Pink Into Your Home Decor

Designers Ron Woodson and Jaime Rummerfield were inspired by Old Hollywood and glamour when designing the lady of the house’s bedroom in the Greystone Mansion. (Tour the home.)


break room with shelves and neon pink flamingo light

Photography By Costas Picadas

Designer Cristiana Mascarenhas incorporated splashes of bold color to give the home a fun tropical vibe, and nothing says Miami more than a pink flamingo. In a whimsical nod to the locale, the designer commissioned a neon version fabricated by Let There Be Neon in New York. (Tour the home.)


white dining room with long pink dining table

Photography By Aric Attas

The dining area, which offers a view of the lush yard, features a custom cross-extension dining table painted in a blush pink. The Series 7 dining chairs are by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen, and the Nelson Saucer pendant lamp is by Herman Miller, all from Design Within Reach. The artwork, a turtle painted on reclaimed teak, is from Rod Mickley Interiors. (Tour the home.)


all pink office with pink desk, drapes and couch

Photography By Paul Dyer

The wife’s office showcases layers of pink, including the Phillip Jeffries wallcovering and window shades made with a Galbraith & Paul fabric from De Sousa Hughes. A Marbello Design wing chair pulls up to a desk from The New Traditionalists in New York. (Tour the home.)


white bedroom with pink and purple painting and pink chair

Photography By James Schroder Photography

Carpet from M&M Carpet Showroom grounds the master bedroom, where cornices by Heine’s Custom Draperies feature Ghent fabric from Pindler. Tommi Parzinger for Stiffel lamps from Lynn Goode Vintage and a bench from Vieux Interiors surround a custom bed by The Joseph Company showcasing Bella Notte bedding from Olivine. Lavender hues appear in an antique screen from Judith McClellan’s Antiques & Linens and on fabric by John Saladino on a pair of chairs. (Tour the home.)


purple bedroom with pink armchairs and white furnishings

Photography By Tria Giovan

Color was key in the girls’ sitting room upstairs, as seen in the wild Vermilion Rugs carpet and shades made with a wabi-sabi Navajo print by Scion. Violet vinyl hemp wallcovering from Phillip Jeffries and A. Rudin swivel chairs covered in hot pink Brunschwig & Fils fabric set a feminine tone, while the Crate & Barrel sideboard, Avery Boardman sofa and A. Rudin sea-grass coffee table are grounding neutrals. (Tour the home.)


bedroom with pink Andy Warhol Chanel poster and pillows

Photography By Michael McCreary

The cabana is dominated by an Andy Warhol Chanel poster, which picks up the pink-and-white Perennials damask on the teak seating from David Sutherland. An antique dormer mirror hangs above a wood-burning fireplace with a custom facade fabricated by Adriatic Precast Stoneworks. Stucco by Nova Plastering & Stucco. (Tour the home.)


living room with pink velvet couches, white table and pink tree art

Photography By Peter Murdock

The living area includes two custom sofas in pink Sabina Fay Braxton silk-velvet. (Tour the home.)


white bedroom with beds, pink curtains and pillows

Photography By Troy Campbell

In the children’s room, John Hutton beds from David Sutherland with E. Braun & Co. bedding each feature a Bottega Veneta stool at the foot to mix shape and texture, while touches of fuchsia on the pillows and draperies–both Designers Guild from Ammon Hickson–add color. The chair is by Maxine Snider, also from David Sutherland. (Tour the home.)


living room with mainly blue furnishings and pink pillows

Photography By Brantley Photography

The living room is a study in blue: a sofa from Jayson Home in Chicago wearing Romo velvet, Lee Industries chairs in a Raoul Textiles tie-dye from John Rosselli & Associates, ottomans from Circa Who in Annie Selke fabric, and matching Roberto Cavalli pillows. A mother-of-pearl cocktail table from ABC Carpet & Home speaks to the shell-adorned Oly sconces flanking a Venetian mirror. Additional pillows from Excentricities lend a shot of pink. (Tour the home.)


open door leading to dining room with hot pink chairs

Photography By Eric Piasecki

The custom dining chairs and table are by Rees Roberts + Partners; the tabletop is by Precision Stone, the base is by Engberg Design & Development, and the table’s long oval shape was intended to create nonhierarchical seating. (Tour the home.)

A version of this article was originally published on July 17, 2017.