If you a fan of the Hollywood movie star and director, Bryce Dallas Howard, as we are, you may have noticed the interior backdrops in her social media feed have a running color theme.
Decorating a pink room seems to come naturally to the daughter of Oscar-winning director, Ron Howard.
As we've documented previously, Bryce Dallas Howard's kitchen is a soft and delicate success while her pink guest house bathroom is a huge hit and pays homage to old Hollywood glamour.
So, it is no surprise to find the Jurassic World actor has created a soothing sleep sanctuary by painting the walls of her bedroom a warming, rosy hue.
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After the movie success of Barbie The Movie a saturation of fuchsia pink Barbiecore filled us with a colossal dopamine hit. However, it seems that 'Hubba Bubba' bubble has burst as quickly as it was blown, and we are left with a gentler rosy hue that is so much easier to live with.
'This was a very ‘flash in the pan’ trend. Hot pink interiors aren’t great generally unless you’re going for a very artistic maximalism trend. Having the occasional hot pink item or wall doesn’t flow in a normal house.' explains Sarah Lloyd, Paint & Interiors Expert from Valspar.
Instead, go for muted, saturated and soft pinks, leaning more into the ballet core trend. These tones are visually beautiful.'
If you are looking for pink bedroom ideas it will be wise to consider softer petal pink tones as these induce warming and romantic notes ideal for inducing a relaxing atmosphere to unwind in.
Similar to Bryce Howard's pink bedroom, two 'colors of the year 2024' confirm just how alluring soft tones of pink can become.
The Dulux color of the year 2024 was named 'Sweet Embrace™' which is described as a kind, delicate tone that brings a feeling of positivity to our lives.
'Sweet Embrace is a versatile hue because it can look different depending on the time of day – crisp in the morning, a light glow in the afternoon and more vivid in the evening', says Rebecca Snowden, Interior Style Advisor at Furniture And Choice.
'Take inspiration from Dulux’s calming color story with a Sweet Embrace on the walls to create a comforting atmosphere. Pair it with soothing neutrals such as a grey fabric bed and cozy white sheets as the base. Layer with pops of pastels by accessorizing with cushions and throws for a playful mix. '
Infused with orange pigments the Pantone Color of the Year 2024, named 'Peach Fuzz', is arguably within the pink color palette. However, the delicate shade does bear a strong resemblance to the color choice of the Twilight Saga star's paint choice.
'A cozy peach hue softly nestled between pink and orange, PANTONE 13-1023 Peach Fuzz brings belonging, inspires recalibration, and an opportunity for nurturing, conjuring up an air of calm, offering us a space to be, feel, and heal and to flourish from whether spending time with others or taking the time to enjoy a moment by ourselves', describes Leatrice Eiseman, executive director at the Pantone Color Institute.
Leatrice Eiseman is a color specialist who has been called “the international color guru.” Her color expertise is recognized internationally, especially as a prime consultant to Pantone, the leaders in color communication and specification.
Collaborating a softer alluring pink hue with natural elements such as warm wood panels, bamboo or macramé wall hangings, or an oversized mohair wool dreamcatcher, will offer a relaxed boho slant to the pretty hue that is just as feminine but includes a bohemian edge. The combination offers an extra layer of strength that simply inspires.
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