When you first think about pink rugs, you might think they’re relegated only to kids’ rooms and spaces with a more feminine flair. But we’re here to tell you that pink rugs can work just about anywhere! From subtle blush to bold fuchsia, pink is an extremely versatile hue. Keep reading to see some of our favorite styling ideas and our top picks for pink rugs!
Add a Pink Pop of Color
One way to bring a major burst of color to an all-white room? With a pop of pink, of course! We’re loving how bold the bright fuchsias feel in the kitchen and hallway above, adding just the right amount of color and character to spaces with lots of neutral tones. If you’re wanting to experiment with pink or another bright hue, starting with a runner is a great way to dip your toe into the colorful rug waters!
Go Soft for Subtle Warmth
While we love making a bold statement with pink, we’re also fans of its softer side, too! Blush and other light pinks are a great alternative to neutrals like grays, creams, and tans, and can bring a beautiful warmth into a space without veering too overtly pink.
Style a Richly Saturated Color Scheme
Ready to go all out with pink? We have lots of rugs that will help you achieve a bold, statement-making look! Case in point: Our Distressed Persian and Magnolia Herati Lattice styles seen in the photos above. We love the joyful splash of color they instantly add to a space. And getting the look yourself is easy—all you have to do is roll out a new rug!
Try Sweet Sophistication in Kids’ Rooms
Of course, we can’t talk about pink rugs without talking about kids’ rooms. We love how soft and sweet they can feel in little ones’ spaces, but if you’re looking for something slightly more sophisticated—and a rug that will still work as their tastes mature—we like the traditional vintage-inspired styles rolled out in the two photos above.
Bring in Bold Boho Flair
And last but not least, rugs in pinks of all hues are the perfect pairing for a boho look. So pick a pink, and make it your own! Go bright with hot pinks and other super-saturated hues, or try a softer peachy-pink style with a bold geometric pattern as seen above. Whatever you choose, have fun with it! Pink is a joyful color, and an apt choice for nailing boho-beautiful style.