The 10 Best Colors To Pair With Pink

Because Pepto Bismal chic is not a thing.

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Decorating with pink is risky business. Your space can either end up looking like a bottle of Pepto Bismal threw up on it (ew), or like you're trying to recreate Barbie's dream house (double ew). But pink can actually be seriously chic, bohemian cool, or even edgy if done right. Before you do anything, make sure you're pairing pink with the right colors. Spoiler: It's not more pink.

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Orange

Sounds strange, looks incredible. This combo goes particularly well with a Southwestern vibe.

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White

When in doubt, white is always the answer. It works with literally any shade of pink you want — from blush to fuchsia.

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Sapphire Blue

A bright pink paired with a sapphire blue creates a jewel-toned effect. Add in other gemstone shades, like emerald and citrine, for max impact.

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Yellow

Can you imagine a more sunny, cheerful space? Didn't think so.

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Green

An earthy green helps ground dainty shades of pink. You can go muted, like this soothing space, or choose bolder tones for something a bit more dynamic.

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Brown

Pairing pink with brown creates a moodier vibe. We're obsessed with this retro color play.

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Brass

Rose gold mania is alive and well, so you know pairing light pink and brass is totally foolproof.

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Lavender

Can't decide between your two favorite colors? You don't have to. Pops of purple look amaze mixed with pink.

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Navy Blue

Tone down the feminine color with a deep navy blue. It'll keep things from feeling too frilly.

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Gray

Pink is stereotypically more energizing, but if you want to create a calm space, choose a super pale pink and pair it with a soft gray. Sweet dreams are made of these.

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