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Pink living room ideas and inspo.

Are you designing a pink living room and looking for inspiration? You’ve come to the right place. Spoak has all the interior design inspiration to get those creative juices flowing. Browse room designs, inspiration images and decor ideas or take our free room design tool for a spin below!

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Zander Schlacter  Design Challenge designed by Presleigh K
Zander Schlacter Design ChallengeDesigned by Presleigh K
Sagedust Living Room: Option #1 designed by Kristi Kautz
Sagedust Living Room: Option #1Designed by Kristi Kautz
Primary Colors.  designed by Chelsea Wilkinson
Primary Colors. Designed by Chelsea Wilkinson
It's Giving Polka Dots designed by Chloe Valdez
It's Giving Polka DotsDesigned by Chloe Valdez
Millennial Living Room designed by Andrea Gabriela
Millennial Living RoomDesigned by Andrea Gabriela
Her First Place designed by Jackie Slemmer
Her First PlaceDesigned by Jackie Slemmer
Life in Plastic designed by Kerry Drapcho
Life in PlasticDesigned by Kerry Drapcho
Danish Pastel designed by Ananya Ashok
Danish PastelDesigned by Ananya Ashok
warm living designed by Mckenzie Finn
warm livingDesigned by Mckenzie Finn
3 Pattern Practice - Design 2.0 designed by Taylor Winter
3 Pattern Practice - Design 2.0Designed by Taylor Winter
Willow designed by Fayethe Vongsouvanh
WillowDesigned by Fayethe Vongsouvanh
Backdrop Design Challenge designed by Shelby Anderson
Backdrop Design ChallengeDesigned by Shelby Anderson
Product Moodboard designed by Sara vgael
Product MoodboardDesigned by Sara vgael
February Viz Board designed by Ryann Hoffman
February Viz BoardDesigned by Ryann Hoffman
Bold Victorian Room designed by Amanda Friemel
Bold Victorian RoomDesigned by Amanda Friemel
bubble room designed by Caroline B. Scott
bubble roomDesigned by Caroline B. Scott
Barbie house designed by Fraceska Schofield
Barbie houseDesigned by Fraceska Schofield
Modern Barbie Living Room designed by Xakota Espinoza
Modern Barbie Living RoomDesigned by Xakota Espinoza
A Living Room Features Gold finishes designed by Evelyn Wong
A Living Room Features Gold finishesDesigned by Evelyn Wong
Contemporary Maximilist (Chosen) designed by Olivia Vidato
Contemporary Maximilist (Chosen)Designed by Olivia Vidato
HEM designed by Spoak
HEMDesigned by Spoak
Valentines designed by Jessica Beresford Barbaro
ValentinesDesigned by Jessica Beresford Barbaro
FLAMINGO 69 designed by BRI NIC
FLAMINGO 69Designed by BRI NIC
Untitled designed by Alicia Stone
UntitledDesigned by Alicia Stone

Design tips for decorating a pink style living room

Here’s how to achieve the pink aesthetic room of your dreams.

What’s the best way to design and decorate a pink living room?

They say the kitchen is the heart of the home. But if you ask us, the living room gives it a run for its money since it’s likely the most used room in your house. From entertaining guests to lounging around reading a book to watching way too much TV (no judgment here), your main living space has to be both comfortable and functional. Open-concept living spaces may also include an eating area or a full dining room for easy living.

Whether you're in the process of a living room remodel or looking to makeover your existing one, these are the key elements to include in your design:

  • Paint or Wallpaper: Select a color or pattern that sets the desired mood for the living room and complements the style you want to achieve. We are partial to covering walls, ceilings, and trim in a uniform paint color to create a cohesive look. Or consider an accent wall to serve as a focal point.
  • Sofa, Couch, or Sectional: A staple of any living room, the sofa or couch provides a comfortable seating option for relaxation and socializing. The sofa should be the functional focal point of the room. When creating the furniture plan for your living room, start with the sofa as the largest piece of furniture and plan the rest of the room around it. If you have a small living room, you may want to select a sofa with a shallower depth or a L-shaped sectional to maximize your seating space. If you have a large living room, you may want to consider multiple couches to take advantage of your space.
  • Armchairs: These individual accent chairs offer additional seating and can be placed strategically around the living room to create cozy conversation areas. In addition to leaving space around furniture groupings, make sure to also leave space around each piece of furniture. This allows people to move freely using various routes within the living room. It's important to strike a balance between creating a cozy seating area and providing enough room for easy navigation.
  • Coffee Table: A central piece, the coffee table sits in front of the sofa and provides a surface for placing drinks, books, and other items. Pro tip: The recommended distance between a coffee table and the sofa in a living room is roughly 15-18”. This allows for enough space to move around comfortably and ensures that the coffee table is within easy reach from the seating area.
  • Side Tables and/or Ottomans: Placed next to sofas or armchairs, side tables offer a convenient surface for placing lamps, drinks, or other small items. Ottomans are even more versatile and can serve as a footrest, extra seating, or even a side table or coffee table when paired with a tray. Choose side tables or ottomans that are proportionate to the furniture they accompany. The height of the side table should be similar to or slightly lower than the armrest or seat height of the sofa or chair.
  • Console, Entertainment Center or TV Stand: This furniture piece typically houses the television and often includes additional storage for media devices, gaming consoles, or to display decorative items. Ensure that the size of the media console is proportionate to the size of the screen it will be supporting. Even if you don’t plan to include a TV in your living room (we support your decision for less screen time!), a freestanding console or built-in shelving unit is great for storage and organization. You can hide (or replace) your TV with a large piece of wall art.
  • Area Rug: It’s common to include an area rug in a living room for extra warmth and coziness. If possible, all furniture pieces should “live” on the rug in your living room. If your rug doesn’t really allow for that, then at least the front legs should be atop the rug. This ensures the furniture doesn’t look like it’s floating in the room.
  • Decorative Lighting: Combine task, ambient, and accent lighting for a layered lighting scheme. Typically in a living room, you’d want a flush surface mount light or chandelier on the ceiling and wall-mounted sconces or table lamps placed around the room for mood lighting.
  • ** Decor Accessories**: Decor in a living room can transform a living area into a vibrant tapestry of textures, colors, and forms, creating a welcoming and personalized environment that reflects your style. The strategic placement of books, vases, and candles on coffee tables or shelves infuses the room with character and warmth. Throw pillows and blankets introduce texture and color helping to make the space feel cozier. Wall art helps to ground the space and showcase your personal taste and interests. Mirrors can amplify light, making the room feel more expansive.
  • Curtains or Blinds: Window treatments not only help control the light and provide privacy but also serve to tie the room's design together. They offer an opportunity to inject color, texture, and pattern into the living space, making it more inviting and personalized. Whether flowing and sheer for a light, airy feel or rich and textured for a more luxurious look, curtains play a pivotal role in setting the tone and atmosphere of the living room.

Get creative and have fun with your living room makeover! If you need an extra hand, check out our step-by-step guide on How To Design a Living Room.

How do you decorate with pink?

You could have probably guessed that we are big fans of the color pink here at Spoak. Pink exudes femininity, playfulness, and charm and is a lot of fun to design with (if we do say so ourselves).

Decorating with a pink color palette can create a delightful and euphoric atmosphere in your living room. Pink is most often used in nurseries, kids rooms, living rooms, and bathrooms. But pink can be added to any room for a pop of whimsy. Pink can be incorporated through paint, furniture, textiles, or accessories, allowing for a range of design possibilities.

Pink comes in a variety of shades, from soft pastels to vibrant fuchsias. Consider the mood you want to create in your space. Lighter shades of pink, such as blush or baby pink, can create a soft and romantic atmosphere, while bolder shades like hot pink or magenta can add energy and vibrancy.

If you want to make a statement with pink, consider painting an accent wall. This can serve as a focal point in the room and create a sense of depth and visual interest. Pair it with neutral or complementary colors to balance the overall look.

Pink pairs beautifully with a variety of colors, allowing you to create different moods and styles. For a soft and romantic look in your living room, pair pink with white, cream, or gold accents. For a bold and modern feel, combine pink with black, gray, or metallics.

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