Living in a house totally outnumbered by the male species does not stop me from adding some pink splashes here and there. I’ve never quite been brave enough to paint the front door pink however the shed was fair game and looks splendid in Frenchic Dusty Blush.
However, it’s important to get the right shade which suits your home. Personally, I prefer a more pastel pink than bubblegum, but it really can lift a bland space in your home.
Maybe your not yet convinced but let me see if I can tempt you with some of these wonderful products from John Lewis
In the Pink Products from John Lewis
Combining a beautiful design inspired by the retro-chic of the 1950s with a range of practical features, the KLF03 kettle from Smeg is sure to make a statement in any kitchen.
The ROBERTS Revival iStream 3 is a classic retro-styled radio with 21st-century tech. It’s compatible with Amazon’s Alexa devices for easy voice control, and delivers the sound quality ROBERTS are renowned for.
The Signature Cast Iron Round Casserole from Le Creuset is an iconic piece of cookware. Not only pretty in this pale pink but versatile and hardwearing.
This delicate and fresh Rose coloured Retro Vase from Orla Kiely adds a touch of quirkiness as well as elegance. With sleek lines and its unusual shape, a statement piece for any mantlepiece.
Extremely matt, hard wearing emulsion in Dianthus Pink, perfect if you fancy giving that feature wall a go.
Designed in Britain by Newgate Clocks, this modern wall clock makes a functional and stylish addition to a kitchen, hallway or office.
This vibrant coloured embroidered velvet cushion has soft tassels at each corner perfect for a relaxed, folk-inspired look.