Sweet berry chairs add depth and drama to a marshmallow-tinged space, creating a delicious contrast of hues.
A delicate pink-hued glass carafe is the perfect partner for shimmering brass and luxe marble, making a harmonious textural melody.
If walls could talk… For a glam, urban edge, shake things up with a riot of pinks applied in bold, geometric strokes.
From full-bodied rosé to the palest salmon-pink, layering gradated blush tones in statement shapes hits all the right notes.
For a fresh take on luxe soft furnishings, build curtain tiers of pastiche patterns in an understated palette with a block pastel panel.
Avoid an all-out sugar rush by teaming modern pink walls and a sorbet-sweet ottoman with a sleek bronze console.
A watery blush gets an unexpected punch in a painterly wallpaper.
Rose-tinted wall tiles set against a plum canvas create a striking focal point… Brass skirting keeps the look crisp and contemporary.
Photography ⁄ Paul Raeside
Styling ⁄ Hannah Franklin
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