The best way to use neon pink in your interior is to use it minimally. Set it against white, muted grey or pastel tones. That way it ensures it doesn't get too girly, and also allows your pink purchase to really shine! Not many of us would be bold enough to go for a hot pink sofa or neon wallpaper, so just select one or two accessories that will give a nod to the trend and will add a little drama and fun to the room. I'm loving these lighting ideas, above from madebyburdastyle on Etsy (although sadly no longer available) and below, this fab lamp base from Zara Home £79.99.
|Throw from Paper Plane Home - €64|
|Neon plate and bowl, Nicole Porter Design, £30 per piece / Hanging planter, Ikea, £5.50 / Crochet cushion cover, H&M, £14.99 / Night Night pillowcase, Kiss Her, £15 / Ampersand Screenprint, shop ampersand on Etsy, £14.89 / Tealight holder, Zara Home, £7.99 / Velvet cushion cover, H&M, £4.99|
|Upcycled stool, Laura's Attic, £45|
|Single duvet cover & pillow, Rockett St George, £59|
The other alternative is to get your DIY on! You could create your own photo frame with some neon pink washi tape or spray paint a chair perhaps? Do you love or hate the neon trend? Would love to hear if you might add a little flash of pink to your home this Spring!
|pic via moastidrom
|pic via SF Girl by Bay|