Here's a mood board outtake from a project I started recently using the color Blush as a starting point. While we didn't go with these colors, I still can't help but love the combination of blush, copper, deep green and a dark, almost black gray. There's something bold about using pale pink. Go too far in the pink realm and it's your teenage room (or your best friend's). But a light, faintly gray, barely there pink is modern when paired with copper, deep green and soot.
Make it yours:
Martha Stewart Living: Magnolia Grandiflora MSL003 (a pale pink wall color. If you aren't into pink for the walls, it's not for everyone, then use this color as an accent, it would be perfect as bedding or for colors in a piece of art)
Sherwin Williams: Pure White SW7005 - This is the ceiling and trim color. It's bright, it's clean and it modernizes the pink.
Farrow & Ball: Carriage Green 94. Paint an old piece of furniture, upholster a chair, find some throw pillows or look for rugs with these deep green tones. It's rich and handsome and balances the femininity of the pink.
Sherwin Williams: Gauntlet Gray SW7019 - Pink walls and accents of this deep gray throughout a room would be rich and striking. Think duvet, throw pillows, furniture, art, rugs or even stain the floors this deep shade. It's all about balance.
Sherwin Williams: Repose Gray SW7015. This is your safe color, we all need a safe color. Say you don't want to paint your walls pink, white is too stark for you and dark is like, whoa, so use Repose Gray. It's a warm gray and will change as the light changes in your room. It won't feel dull or flat or too cold or dark. It's like white but richer. It's perfect if you're looking for a non white wall.
And last, add in copper accents like light fixtures, candle holders or frames. This shiny metal will feel at home in a pale pink room and instantly add warmth.