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The Perfect Pink Paint

If you’ve ever painted a room in your home only to realize after the paint has dried that the color you chose is all wrong, you know that color can make or break a space. And while choosing a paint color is an exciting step in the design process, standing in front of the endless rainbow of swatches at the paint store can also be overwhelming.

With so many paint options available, customers often ask me to recommend paint colors for their spaces. One of the most challenging hues to work with is pink, so for those of you with daughters (or baby girls on the way), here are three perfect pink paint colors that would work well in a variety of girls’ nurseries.

Pink Cloud by Benjamin Moore is a pale pink with a hint of peach. This delicate color has an almost neutral feeling, and it would be perfect for a traditional girl’s nursery.

Pink Cloud Pink Paint by Benjamin Moore

For a true light pink nursery, try Farrow and Ball’s Nancy’s Blushes. It’s a pure pink hue that is soft and charming, and it would be the perfect backdrop for a sweet little girl’s room.

Nancy's Blushes Pink Paint by Farrow and Ball

Lullaby Paints—my favorite paint brand—offers a richer, rosier pink called Hydrangea. Try it as a pop of color on an accent wall to give your space a vibrant and modern feeling.

Hydrangea Pink Paint by Lullaby

Did you use pink in your daughter’s nursery? Which shade did you choose? Share your perfect pink paint color with us in the comments.

Picking the perfect pink paint | Bellini Buzz

Friday 6th of December 2013

[…] Picking out paint is no doubt a challenging tast, especially for Pink.  Even the designers have trouble choosing the right shade of pink.  Our Michelle Freedberg gives the break down and some helpful hints on Project Nursery. […]


Thursday 5th of December 2013

Sherwinn Williams Tuberose. Beautiful as an accent wall.

Karen Wolowicz

Thursday 5th of December 2013

Behr Musical Mist is pretty fantastic. I love it.