Photography by Megan Taylor Photo, Courtesy of 2LG Studio
The group at 2LG Studio established this pink dreamy bathroom in a London Victorian house. It attributes typical brush nickel finishes and significant pink matte tiles. The layout feels quite present-day, but compliments the Victorian design and style of the home.
A amazing and modern day bedroom. Inside designer Emilie Lemardeley added pink household furniture to compliment the bold pink arch. The statement wall is a wonderful pop of colour that offers, what would’ve been a gray bed room, some temperament. The wall tapestry is by French artist, Robert Debiéve.
Pink and blush tones (when made use of right) can be stunning in household design. Pink softens any present day place. I’ve been seeing the feminine hue all over my feed and assumed I would share it with all of you. It is a good change from neutral modern-day aesthetics.
A playful children’s bedroom that functions a neon ceiling mural painted by Luis Urribarri.