Going pink! How to incorporate this 2015 hot trend in your home
It's the middle of 2015 and pink is as hot as ever. Learn how to turn your home into the ultimate symbol of feminism by adding your favorite childhood color in your space.
Pops of pink
Just because you're a pink lover doesn't mean you have to go crazy with the hue to enjoy the color in your home. Small pops of pink can go a long way if placed in just the right spot and with the appropriate color. These hot-pink accents balance out the dark gray in this bathroom for a stylish, yet polished look.
One of the funnest ways to add any bright shade into your home is by adding in a large statement piece. This can be with an over-sized piece of artwork or furniture like shown in the picture above. The best part of this option is that it's interchangeable. Tired of the pink in your living room or want to add it to another room? Then move it!
Not all pinks are created equal. A ballerina or light shade of pink can go a long way in any space. Choose a lampshade, rug or throw to add a perfect hint of feminism to any room without completely changing its vibe.
Behind the scenes
Like the subtle hints of pink, you can still choose a brighter color without completely going crazy. "Hide" your pink obsession by painting the back of a bookshelf in your living space, hanging a pink mirror in your bedroom or adding a few hot-pink candles here and there. Even if you're the only one that notices it, you're sure to smile every time you walk by your little pink secret.
In the mix
The best part about the color pink is that it literally matches everything. Go ahead, think about it. Pink matches brown, it matches orange, yellow, green, you name it. With that being said, you can add your pink to whatever it is you want, whether it be within the threads of a comforter, the feathers on a dream catcher or a pair of fuzzy slippers at the end of your bed.
The accent color
Completely change the look of your room by taking out your ordinary accent color and replacing it with pink. Say adios to your cornflower blue, your accents of sun yellow and add in your absolute favorite shade of shocking pink. If it's done tastefully and with ease, even your significant other won't mind the change.
Go pink or go home
If you were speaking to the 5-year-old version of yourself, she'd probably tell you that there's no such thing as too much pink. Give in to your inner child and take your pink love to the extreme! Just remember that if you decide to go this route, you'll need some shapes and patterns of pink mixed into the solid shade to add texture and not feel completely overwhelmed every time you walk into the room.