A single spot of color in an otherwise neutral room is arresting and beautiful. It's the way to go if you're not prepared to go crazy with color.
This magenta bed is such a drama queen, everything around her shrinks in comparison.
Charcoal and magenta have been married a long time, and they are still lovely together. Magenta adds playfulness, while charcoal keeps everything grounded.
Magenta and blues — whether turquoise, navy or teal — always work well together.
A touch of magenta can function as a room's exclamation points.
If you are a big color person, let magenta be your friend. It goes with blues, yellows, greens and neutrals. It's the rainbow dater of the color wheel.