Try This Unusual Color Combination (That You May Not Have Thought Of)

Recently we spotted a somewhat unusual color combination for the room. It feels like it shouldn’t work, but it totally works. The color combination is pink and green. We found the room in bold and bright shades of pink and green, as well as soft and subtle tones, both styles that fit perfectly.

When we think of combining pink décor with other colors, we instinctively think of hues like gray, white, and black. They’re all neutral tones and certainly pair well with pink, but if you’re looking to try something a little more unusual, then pink and green might be the right color combination for you.

One way to make a huge impact with pink and green is to paint the walls in these two shades, like the room pictured above. The green is bright and bold, which goes well with the pink. We love how playful and stylish these two colors go together.

Here are some pink and green rooms to inspire you:

If you don’t like bright colors, you can use darker pinks and greens mixed with plenty of white, like the room above. We love that the pink and green décor stands out against a white background. Using color in this way also means that the room won’t be overaccommodated anytime soon.

It also works well with different shades of pink and green, like in this room we have a lot of green shades. Then, the green color is complemented by different shades of pink. Here, green is the dominant color and pink is the accent color – you can also reverse the idea and use bright pink as the dominant color and add a touch of green.

If you want to try something a little different, especially if you want to be a little more daring, try a clash of pink and green like this room. We have bubblegum pink mixed with neon-like light green. It really shouldn’t work, but it does. The room looked bright, interesting and very pleasant.

Finally, our room was a sea of pink. As far as the eye can see, there is pink everywhere. This may seem like too much, but the pale green makes this room beautiful. This room is full of soft greens that go well with all the pinks. In addition, this room shows us that pink and green can be used for almost any age, from toddlers to teenagers.

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