Red & Pink Paint Colours
From the deep muted Victorian colour of Bronze Red paint to the stand-out Atomic Red, this versatile palette of pink and red paint colours can be used for any style of home. For something a little softer, browse our selection of delicate pink paints, from the sweetness of Confetti to the stronger dusky pink, Light Peachblossom.
Muted reds & pinks
Muted Reds and Pinks encapsulate those dusky colours so popular with many designers. Both pale and strong colours from this section are redolent of flowers and the easy nature of soft furnishings. For a natural gentle pink or deep red choose Blush, where the red ochre pigment offers a not too sweet ambiance for a project. Alternatively, Light Peachblossom are our standout dusky pinks with a hint of violet.
Bright reds & pinks
The popularity of strong reds has been with us in varying degrees for decades. Deep red walls create an opulent intimacy in dining spaces and lounges, particularly when teamed with subdued or focused lighting. Try Theatre Red or Baked Cherry to fit this bill. More dynamic shades, like Mischief and Leather, should be saved for rooms of activity, like the kitchen.
Light reds & pinks
Take care when choosing a light pink paint colour: the key is to recognise which shades contain an element of violet and which are red-orange. The addition of violet leads toward lilac and mauve, whilst conversely, red ochre leads to a less sweet tone that is more often popular in living rooms and hallways. Try Pink Slip or Chemise as pale pinks without too much sweetness.
Reds and Pinks give us a greater variety of colour than any other colour group.
These paints can be soft and gentle as Light Peachblossom, strong and vibrant as Theatre Red, or completely subdued as Perennial Grey.Inspiring Pink Schemes