Pink is a gorgeous color, it has a lot of shades from the rightest to the most tender ones and can be used in literally any space – not only in girlish rooms. Pink is often incorporated into bedroom, closet, bathroom decor but we don’t see it often in the kitchens. If you want to make your kitchen stand out and add an unexpected touch, add pink. How to do that with style to avoid a tasteless look? Here are some chic ideas.
A statement wall in pink is a great idea for any space, and painting it isn’t hard at all. Texture will make the room more interesting, so consider also having a pink plaster, wainscot or brick wall. You may highlight your eating zone or any other space of your kitchen with it. If you feel like adding more color, go for all the walls done in pink. As for shades, blush and other pastel tones of pink will make your space subtle and delicate, and bold pink will glam it all up.
rose walls and creamy cabinets create a very chic combo and a strong girlish feel in the space
pink, black and emerald are a stunning combo for a colorful and bold kitchen
pink walls and shades of grey are a perfect combo for any kitchen and black touches add depth
a glam feminine kitchen with blush walls, gilded touches and molding is a chic space you'll never want to leave
a pink quartz brick wall and black wooden plank cabinets make up a stylish look with a lot of texture
blush walls and shelves contrast the black cabinets and create a chic and stylish color combo
a rose statement wall highlights the dining space and softens the black cabinets and furniture
A backsplash is a must for every kitchen and is a stylish and simple way to add a pink touch to your space. This way you won’t get too much color in the kitchen but will add a subtle detail without much fuss. The backsplash can be painted, tiled, brick, wainscot or any other, if these are tiles, think of having patterned one to add more interest to the decor.
a blush kitchen backsplash adds a subtle touch of color to the neutral space
a pink chevron clad tile backsplash with neon yellow grout adds a bold touch to the kitchen
a blush kitchen backsplash and white cabinets are highlighted with black furniture
Pink furniture is one more idea for rocking this color in the kitchen. Think of rocking the two-tone kitchen trend – mix pink with something else: black, white, emerald, grey or any other color you like, this way you’ll get a super trendy space. If you don’t want too much pink, add just one or two pink cabinets for a bold accent or rock very light-colored pink cabinets. Pink chairs and stools will infuse the space with color and mark the dining space. Look for more stylish ideas below!
a chic contemporary kitchen with white and blush cabinets shows off the two-tone trend
a chic girlish kitchen with simple blush cabinets and a grey tiled floor
a gorgeous two-toned kitchen in black and pink is a great idea to rock the two-tone kitchen trend
a moody kitchen in dark shades is spruced up with a bold pink cabinet and a bold stained table
a serene minimalist kitchen with grey plaster walls and blush cabinets is a heavenly beautiful space
a serene white kitchen with a pink sink that adds interest and color to the space
blush cabinets in a white attic kitchen create a subtle and tender look
blush kitchen cabinets with terrazzo countertops and white upper cabinets for a trendy look
bold pink cabinets aoften the black walls and make up a cool and bold combo
dusty pink cabinets, black and white walls and exquisite pendant lamps create a sophisitcated look
pale pink cabinets for adding a tender touch of color to the neutral kitchen
pale pink chairs add color to the monochromatic kitchen with metallic touches
pink stools add color to the traditional kitchen in white and create a modern twist