Colour Focus: Hot Pink

Learn how to use this bright pop of colour on just about any room.

Updated on June 09, 2017 8:06 am

Camille Besinga

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People rarely think of hot pink when repainting or redecorating their homes. But some of the good things about this hue are that it brightens up a room, brings other moody or somber colours to life, and lends an element of surprise to any space.

Here are some great examples of the use of hot pink. What do you think?

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Still sleepy in the morning even after splashing your face with cold water? The shock of hot pink in the next room should energise your day.

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Pair this bold colour with gold, particularly if you want to make an even bolder statement with your décor.

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A whimsical wall clock rendered in hot pink jazzes up rustic-vintage interiors.

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Without the addition of hot pink, the purple elements would’ve made this kid’s room look somber and dull.

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Can you imagine if this living room had a plain black or brown couch instead? The hot pink two-seater instantly cheers up this eclectic-style room.

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Red and pink are hardly paired in interiors, but together, they reflect the homeowners’ passionate personalities and extraordinary taste.

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If you’re afraid of committing to hot pink as a wall or floor colour (or even for a major piece of furniture), stick to accessories in this vivid hue to wake up any neutral-coloured space.

Cover photo courtesy of HGTV

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