Pink kitchens: From pastels to dusky tones, check out these lush designs

I’ve recently noticed that homeowners are getting braver with colour when it comes to their cabinetry choice. It started with blue, which has shifted to green, but I’m now seeing gorgeous pink kitchens becoming more and more popular. From baby pastels, bubblegum, to earthy shades with a hint of taupe – let me show you just how fabulous they can look.

Ok, full disclosure: my favourite colour is pink, so I’m going to be a little biased about these kitchens.

Pink really is a versatile shade. It can make a real statement when used for all the kitchen cabinetry, or can be more of feature when mixed with other colours such as sage, navy or grey. It also looks good in both country and contemporary schemes, whether that’s with wooden worktops and Shaker-style doors, or handleless designs with a marble worksurface.

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I sadly don’t have a pink kitchen – and to be honest, I didn’t even think of it when designing the space a few years ago. It was all about dark grey kitchens at the time, which are making a comeback, by the way.

I have, however managed to get quite a lot of pink accents in my space, including my splashback, bar stools and some nice cushions. I’ve also included a pink bookcase and wooden play kitchen for my little girl – I’m living my dreams through her.

So, if I were doing my kitchen now, pink would definitely be on the wishlist – I’d just have to find a way of pitching it to my husband. A gallery, such as this, would be very helpful indeed.

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Which is why I’m hoping it will inspire and give you the confidence to go for the colour of your dreams

These pink doors look beautiful with the earthy green drawers. Luanda Kitchen from £27,000, from Wood Works Brighton.
This pink kitchen, by Pluck, has an industrial edge, thanks to the glazing.
This Magnet kitchen has mirrored the pink cabinetry with panelling on the opposite wall.
This kitchen designed by Brooke Copp-Barton features pink Shaker cabinets and a wooden worktop. You can see more of this design in the May 2022 issue of @kbbmagazine.
This Symphony kitchen has mixed the dusky pink shade with dark grey and black handles, available from MKM Building Supplies.
Susanna Hawkins‘ kitchen features baby pink cabinetry and Fisher & Paykel appliances.
The subtle pink cabinets have been paired with bolder walls and an antiqued mirror splashback. Tegola luxury vinyl, £39.99 per sq m, Carpetright.
BA’s Bella Kitchen in matt Blush Pink with Integra full handle doors where the fronts are designed with a handle groove into the actual door surface for easy access and a seamless finish.
The Aura Kitchens Shaker range, Mason. The kitchen is a mix of Vintage Pink and Slate Blue with a timber grain finish. Prices start at £20,400 excluding work surfaces and appliances.
Pink works especially well with panelling. Original BTC‘s Cobb Rise and Fall pendant.
This dark pink cabinetry has been mixed with Original style‘s wildflower Rose ceramic tile.
Marylebone gloss ivory flat metro tiles, Walls and Floors.

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