Colourspiration is a new word I just made up, and it’s also a great word I just made up. These posts will focus on a particularly difficult colour and help find ways to incorporate it into your home while keeping it stylish.
Hot pink is one of those colours that everyone (ladies) secretly loves but can’t find an excuse to feature in your home. Well, now you have one…
Hot pink is bright and bold so starting out with small steps might be a good idea if you’re feeling nervous. These gorgeous bottles from Etsy are affordable, fashionable and will bring a splash of hot pink into your space. Commitment level: 1/5
This is another subtle way of introducing hot pink into your interior. It’s a great look as the chair frame matches the throw cushion. A good way to get started and to catch the eye of your house guests. Commitment level: 2/5
If your sofa’s looking drab and needs a bit of life injected into it, why not re-upholster your sofa in a gorgeous hot pink fabric? This one below is in a pink velvet, which is a fab mixture of sophisticated and fun. Commitment level: 4/5
This style of kitchen is so 70’s and also amazing. You’ll be going all out, but painting your kitchen cupboards and counters hot pink shows true dedication to a fantastic colour. 70’s accessories optional but recommended. Commitment level: 5/5