Pictures by Megan Taylor Picture, Courtesy of 2LG Studio

The group at 2LG Studio created this pink dreamy rest room in a London Victorian dwelling. It attributes vintage brush nickel finishes and huge pink matte tiles. The layout feels quite modern day, but compliments the Victorian style of the house.

A interesting and modern day bed room. Interior designer Emilie Lemardeley included pink household furniture to compliment the bold pink arch. The statement wall is a pleasant pop of shade that gives, what would’ve been a grey bedroom, some individuality. The wall tapestry is by French artist, Robert Debiéve.

Pink and blush tones (when utilised correct) can be lovely in dwelling layout. Pink softens any modern-day house. I’ve been looking at the female hue all more than my feed and believed I would share it with all of you. It is a great alter from neutral modern day aesthetics.

A playful children’s bedroom that capabilities a neon ceiling mural painted by Luis Urribarri.