Master BedroomContemporary Bedroom, New York
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Break the rules. And finally, here’s an exception to the rule of using rose gold to accent cooler color palettes. This whole bedroom breathes luxury and glamour and is awash in nonmetallic shades of rose gold. Look to Farrow & Ball’s Calamine Pink or Middleton Pink for inspiration.MorePantone Has Spoken: Rosy and Serene Are In for 2016
Pretty in pink. It is common knowledge that we tend to look our best in a pink room. Something about the way the color reflects on skin softens hard edges and seems to add the flushed glow of health. It is the reason women wear blush, nude heels and pink lip lacquer, and it’s also a solid argument for decking your bedroom or bathroom in barely-there pinks and corals.