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Paint Edit: Fuchsia pop


As we see the first signs of blossom, we turn to our pink shades this month-with over 13 shades to choose from our paint collection.

We are well known for our use of pink at Designers Guild, but don’t just think of them as prim and pretty, they can be sassy and strong like Vreeland Pink or delicate and almost neutral as in Mother of Pearl. A hint of grey as in Leaden Pink and the shade becomes smart and sophisticated.

Grey is a natural neutral adding a balancing tone to pink shades when painted in a room together. Pink and grey are the perfect partners to balance opposite hues of the spectrum, creating a fresh contemporary feeling to any room of the home.

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