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Pink is in! It’s official and we’re painting walls pink like never in 50 years. Its not just little girls’ bedrooms, its kitchens, bedrooms, living rooms and bathrooms. We’re embracing pinks of every shade and tone. We thought it was about time we looked at the best pink paints available, grouped by popular shades. Here goes!

Blush Pink Paints

One of the most popular tones of the moment. Blush is a fleshy, peachy shade of pink that is warm and welcoming. Paint manufacturers have seen the trend and produced some lovely paints to pic from:

Pink Ground

Farrow & Ball

£45 for 2.5 litres

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Cheriton Blush

Hemsley for Homebase

£10 for 2.5 litres

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Blush

Laura Ashley

£24.50 for 2.5 litres

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Dusky Pink Paints

Dusky pinks have also been popular, especially with the Scandi, Nordic styles. Dusky pink is darker and less saturated, it has a purple tinge and a real earthy tone. Here are some dusk pink paints to choose from:

Cinder Rose

Farrow & Ball

£45 for 2.5 litres

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Toasted Mauve

Benjamin Moore

£27.50 for 1 litres

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Hellebore

Little Greene

£48.50 for 1 litres

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Deep Rose Paints

Deep and dark rose pinks are warm and indulgent. They look fab with velvets and gold trimmings. Here are our favourites:

Ashes of Roses

Little Greene

£48.50 for 1 litres

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Persian Rose

Craig & Rose

£35 for 2.5 litres of chalky emulsion

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Anna Tonkin

Anna Tonkin

I love interiors! I've always enjoyed styling my home and my husband will tell you I'm always moving things around and trying something new. My favs include Mid Century Modern and Ecclectic mixes of contrasting themes such as classical design and pop art.

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