Can't get enough of pink? We feel you. If you've been taking baby steps towards a full-blown pink home like adding pink furniture and kitchen appliances, we have some home inspiration that might push you over the pink edge!
We've found 10 pink HDB flat designs in Singapore that nail the sweet and feminine look while still remaining stylish and sophisticated enough to sway your less enthusiastic partner. Whether you're renovating your home or gathering ideas for your future BTO, they're worth adding to your inspiration board.
Keep reading to check them out!
#1 Varied styles of pastel pink
This project by De Exclusive features a stylish combination of pink, luxe marble and gold accents. Pink is incorporated in each part of this open-concept home in different ways which makes each room distinctive and fresh, yet gives the entire home a cohesive look.
The foyer has a playful design with grey curved patterns against pink paintwork. In the living room, splashes of pink on the TV console wall, framed art and pillows add a delicate warmth and complements the greens of the sofa, wall art and houseplant.
The pastel pink motif continues in the kitchen through a pink herringbone tile backsplash that makes a stylish statement.
#2 Over and under in pink
This home design by Mr Shopper Studio is an excellent example of how to use colour to create zones in a small open concept home as well as different shades of one colour to create interest.
The pastel pink ceiling defines the dining area without the use of walls or partitions. The same shades continues to the foyer cabinets with white cabinets to avoid overwhelming the small area with too much pink.
The living room is mostly monochrome with a large dark dusty pink rug. This injects warmth to the space and ties in with the pastel pink ceiling without fighting visually with it. The entire living/dining/kitchen area has plenty of neutral shades like white and grey to provide breathing space between the pinks and keep it looking sophisticated.
#3 Pink & Rilakkuma-themed
If you're a hardcore fan of Rilakkuma, this HDB flat design by Design 4 Space will be right up your alley. The home celebrates the relaxed bear in every nook and cranny from the recessed ceiling, stickers and storage boxes to a Rorilakkuma bathroom mirror.
By keeping most of the home white and bare, the pink accents and Rilakkuma decor elements are able to shine.
Take away the Rilakkuma plush toys and you'll be left with a sophisticated home that you're free to decorate as you please knowing it won't look cluttered.
The kitchen also has little pops of hot pink that adds interest to the monochrome colour scheme.
#4 Pink & minimalist
Pink is anything but childish in this HDB design by Creatology. Muted dusty pink walls, a mix of clean lines and curves and simple furniture contribute to a serene minimalist home reminiscent of an art gallery.
The clever use of floor to ceiling mirrors brightens the foyer and creates the illusion of space. While pillars are usually regarded as an eyesore, this white pillar is redesigned as a seating area while looking like an intentional decorative structure.
#5 Pastel pink & grey with a touch of velvet
This glamorous home design by Mr Shopper Studio makes a statement with a generous use of pastel pink on the living room wall and kitchen cabinets. What makes this space look classy rather than juvenile is complementing the pink with white, light grey and touches of gold and marble.
The pastel pink on the cabinet skirting extends to the dining area which brings the spaces together visually. The dining table is set in front of an eye-catching curved dark velvet pattern and mirrored wall. Grey velvet chairs and the gold tones of the light fixture and furniture add to the luxe look.
#6 Subtle pops of pink
For those who aren't ready to take the full plunge into pink, this HDB design by Mr Shopper Studio shows you how to incorporate pink that will be easier to change should your love for pink wane in the future.
Subtle pops of pink are added through soft furnishings like curtains, blinds, wallpaper, pillows, light fixtures and wall art.
This home design also has a pink bathroom countertop which might be a hassle to change but since it's relatively small, it's unlikely you'd get tired of it.
#7 Pastel pink & Hello Kitty-themed
Any Hello Kitty fans? This home design by Design 4 Space is probably making you scream internally from a cuteness overload.
Light pastel pink is anchored by a minimalist interior design with whites and light-wash wood to create a relaxing space that doesn't look overwhelmingly saccharine.
The highlight of the home is definitely the Hello Kitty face TV backdrop design. The pink theme continues at the TV console drawers, blinds, wall art and pillows.
The kitchen also has a mix of white and pink with darker colours which brings balance to the look.
#8 Pink & patterns
While pink can already make a statement on its own, pairing it with patterns can amp up the look of your home even further. These home designs by The Scientist mixes dusty pink with patterns like terrazzo.
The terrazzo trend has made a comeback in interior design and we're guessing it's going to last. It's used in these two homes as the a dining tabletop, and kitchen countertop and back splash. The shattered mosaic look creates a striking and luxurious look that complements the dusty pink perfectly.
While real terrazzo material is quite costly, there are also terrazzo prints which are a more affordable option.
#9 A medley of colours
Mixing multiple colours can seem daunting but this home design by Weiken pulls it off effortlessly.
The home manages not to look visually overwhelming by keeping most of the space in neutral colours. The bold colours are primarily used in the kitchen with pops of pink, yellow, purple, orange and green. The wooden flooring creates balance with the bright colours and emphasises the cosy cottage look of the kitchen cabinets and ceiling hung crates.
#10 Hot pink & Hello Kitty-themed
If you prefer a hot pink shade, take a cue from this Hello Kitty-themed design by Design 4 Space. A hot pink quilted TV wall with a Hello Kitty bow gives this bedroom an instant wow factor. Hello Kitty wall decor and bed sheets complete the themed look. A white wardrobe would have been too stark in contrast with the rest of the room while a fully hot pink wardrobe would look too overwhelming. The use of hot pink stripes avoids both these problems!
The same hot pink extends to the kitchen and bathroom. The strong hue is toned down with the use of white which also gives the rooms a clean look.
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Text by: GirlStyle SG