One the eve of Valentine’s Day, we asked our experts from the Remodelista Architect and Designer Directory for their go-to “millennial pink” paints. Their picks range from sweet and subtle to downright seductive, and neutral enough to look at year-round. Here are their favorites.
Photography by Mel Walbridge.
(N.B.: Featured photograph, above, by Justine Hand for Remodelista, from Cape Cod Summer Bedrooms Refreshed with Farrow & Ball Paint.)
For more on our top paint picks, head to our Palette & Paints tag page. And for more pink palettes, see:
- Blush in the Bedroom: 9 Unexpectedly Unfussy Pink Boudoirs
- Powder Room: 11 Favorite Pink-Hued Bathrooms, Modern Edition
- Rethink Pink: 14 Favorite Graphic, Un-Frilly Rugs in Rose Hues
Frequently asked questions
What is the article about?
The article is about the favorite pink paint colors of architects.
Why are these paint colors popular with millennials?
These paint colors are popular with millennials because they are soft, soothing, and more gender-neutral than traditional pinks.
What are some of the popular pink paint colors mentioned in the article?
Some of the popular pink paint colors mentioned in the article are Benjamin Moore's First Light, Farrow & Ball's Pink Ground, and Sherwin-Williams' Romance.
Are these pink paint colors suitable for any room in the house?
Yes, these pink paint colors can be used in any room in the house. They are versatile and can be paired with a variety of decor styles.
Can I use these pink paint colors if I don't consider myself a 'millennial'?
Yes, you can use these pink paint colors regardless of your age or generation. The article is simply highlighting a trend among millennials.
Are these pink paint colors expensive?
The prices of these paint colors vary, but they are generally similar in cost to other high-quality paint brands.
Do these pink paint colors come in different finishes?
Yes, these pink paint colors come in different finishes, such as matte, eggshell, and semi-gloss.
Are these pink paint colors eco-friendly?
Some of the paint brands mentioned in the article, such as Farrow & Ball and Benjamin Moore, offer eco-friendly paint options.