Painting with Pink
February is often recognized as the month of love and showing the people in your life how much you care about them. Many retail businesses that you enter this month will be highlighted with red, pink, and white colors. Everything from candy boxes, flowers, trinkets, streamers, tabletop decorations, cards, and so many other objects, will show signs of these brilliant and easily recognizable colors.
If you have become mesmerized with the color of pink, and you are considering using pink paint for your next decorating project, then you may want to do a little bit of research first, in order to find the best shade of pink for your particular project.
Pink can be soft and subtle. It can be warm and inviting. It can also be a flaming hot pink shade that will stand out above all of the other colors around a room. Light pink paint is very suitable for a new baby’s room, or for a powder room, a sunroom, a kitchen, a laundry room, or any other place in your home that you think could use a little bit of light blush color.
One beautiful, welcoming shade of pastel pink that you may want to consider is called Pacific Grove Pink, created by Benjamin Moore. This light pink paint works well in many rooms throughout a home. It can be used with traditional home styles, as well as with homes that have a modern flair, too.
Sunset Pink, manufactured by the Behr company, is a warm shade of pink. This luxuriously rich tone will add comfort and style to a bedroom, a sitting room, furniture around your home, and many other places, too. It is a distinct shade of pink that is relaxing and inviting.
If you are looking for a flaming hot pink for your next paint project, then perhaps Cosmic Pink by Valspar is the best choice for you. This distinctive pink shade may remind you of the color of candy. It is a bold color that tends to have a bit of purple in the mix. This brilliant pink paint will make a door stand out or it could serve nicely as an accent wall, too. The possibilities are up to you.
Pink paint shades are available in a wide range of colors. If you would like to learn about more ideas before you choose your final paint choice, then glance through some paint shades online or visit your local paint supply shop. The choices may just amaze you.