Ok, we’ve got a question for you. What has been the words on everybody’s lips in the interiors industry over the last year?…“Millennial Pink” of course! Yep, we just can’t get enough of the stuff – pink bed linen, pink vases, pink cushions, pink walls, pink sofas…pink pink pink!! So to embrace this, it seems only natural to dedicate a whole post to the much loved colour. Whether you like minimalist, retro, scandi, industrial or contemporary interiors, we have found the best pink instagram accounts for you to follow.
This is a pink lover who notices the little thing in everyday life- and brings the best to us! Julie Mariet, really has an eye for our favourite colour. However aside from thoroughly enjoying the aesthetic aspect of this page, there is loads of inspiration to be taken from doors, panelling, tiles and flowers.
Your go to for bohemian pink vibes. Kamille perfects using accessories to incorporate subtle pink hues into any space. Cushions, rugs and throws are all added to her space in innovative ways. She’s also a plant lover, which combined with her pink tones, makes for the perfect boho atmosphere.
As expected from the name, Gemma is a fan of cacti but she’s also a lover of pink! What we love is how she marries these two together using with graphic prints and pink decor to create an uber cool modern boho vibe. Yas Gemma!
Susanna Hawkins has mastered the art of subtlety. Millennial pink is the hue of choice here, and it is incredibly apt, given Susanna’s understated Scandi styling. This page is the perfect example of hygge and pink- a match made in heaven.
This multi-award winning interior decor based blog, founded by Emily Murray, has a heavy emphasis on pink. And we bloody love it! Be prepared for striking patterns, textures and materials but most importantly good old fashioned fun.
Pink is thought to have a calming effect. One shade known as “drunk-tank pink” is sometimes used in prisons to calm inmates.
Carmen Vontrueba’s style is modern and minimilist, with a strong focus on all things pink. We love her designs, but above all we love her use of pink paint. Paint can be daunting at times, but her pink on pink designs show how it doesn’t have to be scary, and allows your home to be truly unique.
Miriam Alia is our go to for art deco pink. Her page is dedicated to unique, modern pieces of furniture and design. The striking patterns harp back to days of kitsch interiors, but are made modern with the subtle pink hues Miriam uses.
We absolutely love this page, for it’s dedication to our new favour colour. Scrolling through Kyla Herbes’ feed is time well spent, as she captures pink at its finest, from artwork and interiors to sunsets and scenery, you might struggle to stop scrolling!
Pink accessories? Yes please. Sarah Elizabeth shows us the very best (and pinkest) of stationery and home accessories, think candles and flowers. Perfect to inject a little pink into your everyday life.
Pink is NOT just for girls, just look at Xzuzzi and his perfectly pink life in Mexico. His style coordinated with pink hued cityscapes and seascapes make for some excellent travel and fashion inspo. He even takes his dedication so far as to drink pink bubbles. Impressive.