Everything’s Coming Up [Terra Rosa] Pink
10/13/2022 | Sara McLean |
Pink is a color that permeates joy and cheerful freshness. To celebrate this hue, we recently launched our 2023 Color of the Year Terra Rosa (DE5096), a deep rosy pink with a touch of terra-cotta. And as we’re also in the season of the #Barbiecore pink obsession, let’s dive into our top trending pinks and decorating ideas with these designer-approved, fun-loving shades.
Dunn-Edwards Most Popular Shades of Pink
To begin, here are our most popular shades of pink that are time-tested and designer approved. Start here for a go-to pink solution to your design dilemma.
Top Pastel Pinks
These soft, barely-there shades of pastel pink set the scene for a wide range of color styles and aesthetics. To create a classic, subtle space, paint the walls in one of these shades and pair with strong, graphic art and neutral furnishings for a chic space. Or as an alternative, paint the ceiling a pastel pink and pair with white walls for a subtle glow in the room.
Trixie Motel Lobby. Colors: Forgotten Pink (DE5120), Warm White (Warm White), Cherry Chip (DE5136). Photo Credit: Dani Nagel
Top Bright, Hot Pinks
These shades of pink provide a vivid punch of color to any space. This is the category where #Barbiecore reigns supreme in 2022. Bold, aggressive and scorching, hot pinks deliver a statement to any space and demand to be scene. Painting the walls in bright pink enhances the surrounding environment, setting the mood for fun times ahead with its intensity and adventurous characteristics. Try one of these shades on the interior doors or entry way to add a wow factor.
Top Rosy Pinks
Inviting and friendly, these rosy pinks are sophisticate without being stuffy. Nostalgic and approachable, painting the walls in one of these wistful hues sets a refined, vintage mood. Paint a hallway in one of these rosy hues, then add darker woods and white trim for a finishing touch.
Dunn-Edwards 2023 Color of the Year: Terra Rosa (DE5096)
These flattering shades of pink, bordering red, are inviting and friendly. These shades range between reds and violets, are full-bodied and stylish. Paint one of these saturated hues in a bathroom for a sophisticated update.
Top Mauve Pinks
A touch of gray to set a muted mood, mauve pinks pair beautifully with a variety of neutrals. As this shade of pink is not overtly sweet, rather a more grown-up shade, try pairing with light woods and crisp white fabrics for a clean, modern aesthetic.
Top Coral Pinks
This vivid shade of pink with a touch of orange creates an emboldened glow without making a space feel like a bubblegum jar. Dabble with this hue by painting a smaller area like a powder room or window nook and complete with charming accessories.
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