Sherwin Williams May’s Color of the Month: Exuberant Pink

Introducing another color post with Sherwin Williams for the month of of May- “Exuberant Pink.” This fuchsia/hot pink/magenta color has a slightly deeper tone to it than a normal “hot pink,” making it more adaptable to your home. However, this color is obviously not going to be “Color of the Year” since it is way too bold for most people. It’s probably used mostly in a girl’s bedroom or bathroom, or even a single person’s home who just really loves the color pink! We’ve seen some designs that use a monochromatic color scheme with especially bright colors. And while it can be a lot on the eyes, there are some instances where somehow it just works. Usually using a brightly white for contrast followed by patterned pieces with the color can make it work.

Monochromatic Designs:



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I have always loved this living room from Steven Gambrel -- especially the creative way he used welting to emphasize the tufting on the arm chairs. {design :: steven gambrel}


Exuberant Pink Guide:

1. Colorful Agate Print // 2. Vibrant Abstract Painting // 3. Pink Butterfly Print // 4. Pink Mid-Century Fabric and Wallpaper // 5. Pink Butterfly Fabric and Wallpaper // 6. World’s Away Fuchsia Lamp // 7. Tribal Lumbar Pillow // 8. Chiapas Patterned Pillow // 9. Magenta Velvet Regency Ottoman // 10. Velvet Armchair // 11. Velvet Tulip Ottoman // 12. Pink Vortex Side Chair // 13. Fuchsia Tufted Bench // 14. Distressed Pink Rug

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