4nids.com – Do you have a pink basement? Are you ready to give your home a bold, fresh look? If so, then you should consider remodeling your pink-lined basement. Although it may sound like a complicated or costly project, it doesn’t have to be. You can get the results you want without breaking the bank.
Pink Room Changing Tips
A pink room in your home is a simple yet effective space upgrade. It can add both color and character to your home while updating your living space to its new look. Below are some tips for transforming your current pink room into a striking, contemporary space:
Paint Your Walls Once you have tackled the floor, carpet, and window treatments, you’re ready to address the walls. Pink’s unique color palette can make your choice of paint bold and dynamic. Whether you prefer rich, dark tones or cool, fresh tones, pink paint will compliment nearly any design element.
Baseboard Colors provides a great look and feel. Consider earth tones for a natural, homey look. Alternatively, choose warm, balanced colors for a warm, welcoming feel. If you’ve got young children or pets, a neutral, paint-on color that you can paint over when you’re done is an excellent option. This way, you don’t have to worry about competing with other elements in the room. For example, if your pink room has a fun wallpaper pattern, you can use that wallpaper to hide the paneling underneath.
Add Pink Room Blinds In Contemporary Style
Add a New Blinds Sets Up your pink room with new blinds in a contemporary style. Your blinds can be either fabric or faux wood. To give your walls a modern, tech-looking feel, choose blinds with clean lines and a minimalist design. Alternatively, for a more traditional feel, opt for wood-framed, fabric blinds. These types of blinds work well with a number of design elements, including art Deco, shabby chic, and cottage decor.
Furniture Add a few bright pieces of furniture to your room, such as a pair of colorful sofas or a rocking chair. Try adding one or two pink chairs in a room with mostly wood furnishings. Neutral, white rattan furniture is also beautiful against a pink wall. A good tip for interior designers: choose furniture with a bold color or pattern that you can paint on (without using paintbrushes!)
Lighting Pink is a great color for lighting! A bright pink fixture on your ceiling provides a sunny, whimsical effect. Alternatively, consider putting in ceiling-mounted light fixtures that come in a wide range of pink hues. These can be installed on top of your existing ceiling light or over the top of a column.
Pink Bathroom Accessories
Paint Pink Swag Some pink items, such as throw rugs and towel racks, can easily be turned into other colors by adding splashes of other colors or pastel accents. The same goes for rugs hung against white or cream walls. If your room lacks a lot of wall space, consider hanging a pink rug in one of the area’s corners. Just make sure it’s big enough to cover the area you’ll be putting it in.
Paint Pink Cabinets This one might seem like an obvious choice, but I can’t count the times I’ve heard homeowners complain that their basement feels dull and lacks personality! To inject some character into your space, try repurposing boxes and containers in your bathroom, closet or even your kitchen cabinets. Buy pink containers that you can paint in any shade of pink or any color of your choosing. Then, hang them on the walls, in the cupboards, or on the floor.
Add a Little Pink You don’t have to spend a lot of money to jazz up your space. Cheap rugs on the floor in front of your tub can add a soft, inviting glow. Or frame some pink mirrors and hang them on the wall for a pop of pink.
Using Natural Stone Creates Perfection
Natural Stone This is one of the cheapest options, but it will create an incredible look that no one will forget. Clear glass tile is a classic and timeless addition to any space. Plus, it always leaves the feeling that you’re in a natural environment. If you don’t have any natural stone to work with, consider buying cheap marble tiles (check stores for deals) and placing them in prominent areas.
Whatever you choose, remember to keep it neutral. Light pink doesn’t have to be a pale pink! A pink cabinet with lots of pink accents will still work well. And you’ll also add some femininity and style. You’ll be very happy with the results, I’ll be sure!