A delicate pink will appear graciously along to green khaki color on walls and some upholstering, balancing the overall atmosphere otherwise blooming being too romantic. Fixtures, such as doors and windows, we shall keep painted milky white. A deep dark chocolate color will result being the perfect choice to bring some contrast and ground the whole color scheme.
The accent of maxi motifs will be proposed on curtains, or it could be, as alternative, the wallpaper covering one or more walls in the room. In the bedroom, I would also suggest considering upholstering the headboard or the bench in the same fabric.
Here are two ready-to-use color schemes:
1/ In the first case, we have a light flooring, which can be for instance a light oak parquet or an agglomerate of marble Perlino Pink, both are hard flooring having a modern look. For those of you, who prefer a soft flooring, may choose a moquette in light pale pink with a tint of peach or a big size carpet of this color.
In this case, I would recommend keeping fixtures in milky white, while introducing powder pink on the walls and some decorative items (such as curtains and pillows), while the upholstered items cover in a soft fabric (like velvets) in deep chocolate brown. Add some complements in metal bronze or brass, or some furniture painted color khaki.
2/ In the second case, we’ll have a dark flooring, for example a parquet in American walnut darkened with wax effect or in marble Emperador Dark. I would keep the fixtures and main walls in the room painted cream white, while bringing light pink on the sofas and other upholstered items and introducing details in bronze and brass finishing. Furniture in chocolate brown and khaki will add more interest to the room.
Which variant do you prefer? In what space of the house would you introduce it?