Pink is never getting too old or behind the trends. With the various hues, it might bring absolutely different mood to any room. Still, whether cotton candy or powder pink, wisely mixed with the metal and mirror accents, and with creamy, crispy white or misty grey walls, at all accounts it appears the spot-on piece. ‘La Vie En Rose’ makes the house stunning, and it all becomes real with the Meridian Furniture. Get inspired and stay informed about the fresh trends with the FurniturePick every single week.
Give dinners for guests in a stylish spot painted pink, relax and unwind with Elle Dining Room Collection. Velvet is a claim to fame of the Meridian Furniture, not only for dining room sets. Pink is definitely the color worth being used in soft to touch and comforting fabric, like velvet.
Being fresh by nature, pink is ideal when rearranging the furniture set and renovating your good old house. Pink is suitable not only for princess-inspired bedrooms for little ladies, but it is getting popular both in contemporary and traditional decorating. Just a couple of decades ago, when thinking of a pop of color, usually orange, red or emerald has been meant. For the last years the trend wave has been caught by tender pastels such as pink, coral, aqua, complemented by the white and other accenting neutrals. Designers tend to add those pink splashes by means of accent furniture here and there. Meridian in its turn, makes it possible with all the 50-shades-of-Pink in their collection of accent chairs.
Feminine bedrooms are welcoming soothing pink colors. Opt for beds from Aiden Collection, Candace Collection for a simple minimalism or repressed style, with no sacrificing the charm of the tone and furniture design. Whether you feel like you need more – check the stunning Rosie Bedroom Collection and elegant and eye-catching bedroom from Flora Collection by Meridian Furniture.
When redecorating, one might wonder what are the key matching colors with the pink hues. The warm pink color coordinates good with colors one would not usually expect to pair with pinks, such as dark brown, navy blue, charcoal. Powder pink or pale pink can be paired with sage green, deep brown, and cream tone for a soothing and natural color scheme. Don’t miss extra opportunity to use this color with a good amount of metal-and-mirror details. Pink becomes as a gem in a shiny frame.