Hi, I'm Susi, a writer for Arcadian Lighting blog, a wonderful place to find inspiration for cool light fixtures and lighting projects.
I love visiting design blogs as a guest blogger. I'm excited to be visiting The Design Junkie, one of my favorite blogs for inspiration. My guest post today is about pink floors. Pink floors can feel ultra-girly, retro, modern and uber contemporary... it all depends on the color and the room. Hope you enjoy!
The painted wood floors of the Humlegarden apartment in Stockholm are incredible. The shades of pink, rose and red make for a mosaic-like effect. Gorgeous!
Pink and white chevron painted wood floors are so charming in this bedroom. We love the pale pink in this cheery, happy space.
Note the rose pink of this geometric painted area rug. The pink is perfect against the white and blond wood of the modern furniture. That clear pendant light is just right for this space.
The deep rose in the antique rug is a sophisticated pink for the floor. Love the Turkish rug amid the beautiful mix of global patterns and table lamps.
For a girls' room, a large pink area rug with a graphic pattern is a pretty choice. I love the tone on tone color of this pink area rug.
Pink floors and a pink fridge make this a very girly kitchen. Too Barbie? Think of the pink paired with whites, yellows or even grey for a more sophisticated palette.
Brilliant pink Flor tiles really stand out against black walls in this foyer. You can see how other colors, like yellow, pop against the pink of the floor.
Pink and white in a bathroom can feel too feminine or girly. This white bathroom gets a pop of bright pink on the floor. The strong color doesn't feel little girl at all, but rather chic and modern just like the wall lamps and sink consoles.
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What do you think of the pink floors? Don't forget to stop by Arcadian Lighting to check out some lighting fixtures to go with your pink flooring!