WHITE, to begin with, and BLACK. A soft, PALE BLUE works, as does a bold, Kelly GREEN, and a chocolate BROWN. PINKS and REDS, i.e. tone-on-tone palettes, are another way to go. As you can see in these photos, both silver/chrome and golden-bronze/brass hardware (from seating and lighting to picture frames) work well with these colors. To accompany its "GERANIUM" (above) Benjamin Moore recommends its "SEMOLINA" 2155-40, a soft, buttercup yellow, plus its cooler, brown "D
"There's a softness to this cream, with a touch of red, that attracts me. That bit of warmth makes it more uplifting. It's like a blossom in spring. I would do it in a bedroom with olive, navy, or eggplant. It's gentle and clean and optimistic — a fresh way of being Zen." —Brett Beldock. Delicacy 11-2409 by Pantone.
7 Design "Mistakes" That Are Actually Totally Chic//Pink living room with red tufted sofa and gallery wall
Wonder Australia Bathroom Moroccan Tiles and Nautical Mirror/Remodelista
Love the modulated tiles
I love the color she painted on these walls - grayish pink called Calamine by Farrow & Ball. I love the camelback sofa paired with the painted cane back chairs and all the pops of pink, green and brown (note the Ziggurat curtain fabric by Quadrille?).