Are you looking for a fresh, new look for your home interior that’s about as far from boring as you can get? I know I could sure use a change from the same old neutral looks. In fact, a pink and green color combo is really calling my name at the moment. And this blooming garden photo by Anneli Marinovich is just the inspiration to get me started.
I love the sassy mix of colors in this photo. The blush pink walls with the sage green in the foliage. The pink blooms of the tree against the dark green leaves. Not to mention the aqua blue shutter doors in the background. As far as I’m concerned, those little beauties make this palette complete.
But, wouldn’t it be great to bring this beautiful garden look indoors? This photo is giving me some fun ideas for creating a home interior with a similar vibe. Sit back and let me tell you all about it. I start the look with a pair of sand colored chairs and a blush pink pouf. And, I also found the perfect turquoise and green area rug to arrange these pieces around. Then, I use a lovely set of lacy pink pillows for a pop of pink accent to the chairs. If you are also updating the interior of your house with a specific color scheme, then you may want to consider buying new solid wood shutters for your windows. You can even paint them to go with your theme. It also means you get added privacy, which is a bonus.
These are the pieces I used to create the mood board above…
It’s going to take a few more items to make this room complete. To finish off the furniture arrangement, I selected a green plaid throw, turquoise serving tray, hourglass side table and a pink blossom tree for accent. And, light wood floors would do a great job of showing off the pretty accent colors in this design. Brisbane Timber Floors have some great examples of light flooring in their bespoke gallery. You can find flooring makes a big difference in the home and a light floor will provide a lighter and more calming space. However, a light wood floor isn’t for everyone. Some people will crave more unique designs for their flooring interior, which tiles provide. Not only do they come in a range of different colors to go with your interior, but as mentioned the design and pattern options are endless. You can make this evaluation for yourself at award winning tile showrooms in NJ to assess whether tiles are the right option for your home. This is great advice, particularly for people who are planning on updating their conservatory (or are thinking of adding a conservatory onto their home). What better way to create a calming space in your garden room then using light wood flooring? It can certainly help to make the room even lighter than it already is. However, if you only want to use these Brisbane Timber Floors in the rest of your house, then that is fair enough since your conservatory will already be light enough (thanks to the glass walls). However, you should still consider checking out these conservatory flooring ideas, so that your house’s end look is really spectacular. If you don’t have a conservatory, and only want to update the rooms already in your home, then all that’s needed is a collection of Minted art pieces that coordinate with the color palette that goes well with the Brisbane Timber Floors. I really like the three I came up with. They’re actually my favorite part of this whole look. What’s your favorite piece?
- Murray Chair | 2. Villa Home Pillow | 3. Moroccan Leather Pouf | 4. Anatolia Overdyed Rug | 5. Sand Dollar Wood Flooring | 6. Fortress I Art Print | 7. Clipping Art Print | 8. Ahoy Art Print | 9. Blossom Tree | 10. Plaid Throw | 11. Capsicum End Table | 12. Turquoise Serving Tray | 13. Inspiration Image by Anneli Marinovich
The color palette for this room starts with a pretty combination of blush pink and bubblegum pink. To these, an earthy mixed of sage green and dark green are added. Then, a tiny dose of turquoise blue is added for accent and white is used for a neutral.