A pink and purple palette is surprisingly versatile and can work well with many other colors, neutral or not. So if you're itching to create a new look in your kitchen, give pink and purple a try. An eye-popping pink side table works as extra seating, a plant stand or a spot to rest a drink. A pink table runner and bowls add even more color, while a gorgeous plum serving tray looks just as good on the counter as it does serving drinks, as does the stylish glass pitcher.
Give your bedroom a serious dose of color with the help of some accessories that pull from a pink and purple palette. Switch out your current duvet for something in a rich shade of purple and display some ceramic vases to match. Add a pale orchid-hued throw to break things up, and then shift to pink. Place a rose-colored chair in the corner, a vibrant fuchsia lamp by the bed and a deep pink rug in front of the bed to really bring home the new color scheme.
Our picks: Ceramic vases ($10 to $39), rug (zgallerie.com, $400 to $700), table lamp (Ikea, $15, buy in store), throw (zgallerine.com, $150), duvet cover and shams (westelm.com, $29 to $169), chair (urbanoutfitters.com, $249)
The bathroom is one of the easiest rooms to add brighter colors to, and it seems to really thrive from a style standpoint when there are more than neutrals at play. Create extra space for towels or bath accessories with a bright-pink wall shelf. Add a lavender shower curtain and purple bath rug, but keep things eye-catching with ultra-pink bath accessories and gorgeous cotton towels that bring in various shades from the pink and purple palette.
Our picks: Wall shelf (Ikea, $17, buy in store), bath rug (bedbathandbeyond.com, $25), handwoven cotton towels (horchow.com, $20 to $70), shower curtain (bedbathandbeyond.com, $15), bath accessories (umbra.com, $7 to $17)
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