Pink Paint Colours

Our pink palette includes some of our best-loved colours. Bold and bright, soft and subtle or sweet and soothing, this versatile family has a shade to suit every space. Add eye-catching pops of pink into your scheme or try a barely-there shade as an alternative to a neutral. 

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Pink Room Inspiration


Pink Paint Colours

Pink offers a beautiful breadth of style.

Delicate Pinks

Charming Tailor Tack is our lightest and most delicate pink. Equally pretty are Calamine and Middleton Pink.

Vibrant Pinks

More lively and vibrant are Nancy’s Blushes and attention-grabbing Rangwali, or you could embrace the wildly romantic Cinder Rose.

Muted Pinks

A more muted rose, like moody Sulking Room Pink, or the underlying lilac tones of Peignoir, will create a sophisticated feel. 

Gentle Tones

Who can resist the gentle tones of Pink Ground, Setting Plaster and Templeton Pink? A fabulous blush family in their own right, these colours feel like they are giving you a big hug – and they are especially soothing when used on both walls and ceiling. 


Pink Paint Schemes


Find inspiration for your project and view beautiful images of pink paint schemes in real homes.

 


Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best pink paint colour? 

Once relegated to nurseries and children’s rooms, pink is now one of the most popular paint colours. So, choosing the best shade from this versatile family is easier said than done. It all depends on your personal preference and what feel you want to create in a space. From soft blush to vibrant fuchsia, there's a pink for every taste and mood.  

What colour goes best with pink paint? 

Wonderfully versatile, you can pair pink with nearly every colour to create a beautiful array of looks. Pink and navy is a classic combination, while the once-shunned pairing of pink and red is finally getting the love it deserves. For a calming, contemporary look, opt for pink and green, or for something a little more playful, try experimenting with yellow or purple.  

What effect does pink paint have on a room? 

The red undertone of pink paint means it brings a cosy and inviting warmth to a room. Earthy and blush pinks add a soft, relaxing mood while bolder shades, like Rangwali and Shallot, create vibrant, joyful spaces sure to bring a smile to your face.

Should I paint my whole room pink? 

If you’d like to, of course! Whether you choose a soft, sugary shade, a more neutral tone or a bold hue, colour drenching a room in pink creates an inviting, warm feel. The only thing to consider is which shade to choose based on your light, furnishings and taste, so be sure to try a sample before you pick.

How can I choose the right shade of pink? 

To choose the right shade of pink for your project, start by deciding what mood you want the room to have. It can help to think about how you want to use it. For example, you may want a different feel in a kitchen to a bedroom. A lighter shade will create an open, airy feel, while a deeper hue will feel protective and restful. Once you’ve got an idea, sample a few shades to find your favourite. 

How do I make sure I get the best finish with pink paint? 

Getting the best finish is less to do with your technique, and more to do with your preparation and products. Cleaning, preparing and priming your surface makes sure that the paint adheres to it properly and creates rich, even colour. So, always use Primer & Undercoat. Using quality paint and tools also makes it much easier to achieve a flawless finish.  

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