In the office
Baroque atmosphere, a touch of royal in this office which has bet on pink in all its variations. Dark curtains, glossy shelf and armchair in light fabric, here the pink knew how to impose itself without fault of taste.
In the teenage bedroom
As soon as childhood was over, teenagers wanted only one thing: to say goodbye to the total pink look of their old little girl's bedroom. No way to give it up completely! A small armchair, a wall decoration and some accessories harmonize with its new gray decoration and its age.
In the living room
To give your living room the girly atmosphere you dream of so much, bet on large pink veil curtains. When light filters through, it brings soft rosy reflections to the room.
In the master bedroom
Fancy a baroque decor in the bedroom? How about a pink satin headboard adorned with fine black lace? Barely installed, it sets the tone for the whole room!
In the dining room
Dared pink in the dining room! Here, it is the accessories that bring the girly touch to the decor. Curtains, chair cushions and an armchair all dressed in pink bring good humor.
In a little girl's room
Easy to use in a little girl's room, pink plays on walls, bed linen and furniture. Remember to play with other colors to avoid transforming your living space into a Barbie house.
In the stairs
What a good idea to use pink to awaken the decoration of a staircase! We fell in love with this mural wallpaper which represents a summer sunset over Paris and which tastefully decorates the main wall.
In a parental suite
Pale pink is the ally of rooms that want to be soft and delicate. In a master suite, you can dare it without restraint on the walls or in cushions on the end of the bed.
In the parents' room
Do you want to give your room a royal but no less feminine style? Opt for the dark pink toile de Jouy version and heavy curtains of yesteryear. As for the bed linen, it is adorned with small fresh and light flowers. More pics