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Persian pink # Design

HEX Triplet:
247, 127, 190
0, 49, 23, 3
328.5°, 88.2%, 73.3%
Closest colors:
in RAL Classic:
RAL 3015
in RAL Design:
RAL 350 70 35
in RAL Effect:
RAL 510-3
How the Persian pink color can be used in the interior design?
2023-05-31 Snargl 2 minutes 36 seconds
# General # Design

How the Persian pink color can be used in the interior design?

Persian pink color example: Table with a view of a city at sunset with a view of the mountains and a cactus in the foreground
Persian pink color. Futuristic city with a pink sky and trees in the foreground
Vase filled with lots of colorful flowers on a table next to a window sill with a curtain. Example of #F77FBE color.
Desk with a computer on it in a room with pink walls and flooring and a window with a view of the city. Example of RGB 247,127,190 color.
Desk with a laptop and a lamp on it in a room with black walls and a pink light. Color RGB 247,127,190.
Persian pink is a tone of light pink and purple that can add a touch of elegance and femininity to any interior design.
It is a color that blends well with the ethos that the bedroom should be the most soothing room in the house, as it has a calming and relaxing effect.
Here are some ways you can use Persian pink in your interior design:
  • Use Persian pink as an accent color on a wall, a rug, a cushion, or a piece of furniture.
    It will create a contrast with the other colors in the room and draw attention to the focal point.
    For example, you can use a Persian pink wallpaper behind your bed to create a statement wall, or a Persian pink sofa to add some warmth and coziness to your living room.
    You can also use Persian pink accessories, such as lamps, vases, or curtains, to add some subtle pops of color throughout the room.
  • Pair Persian pink with complementary colors, such as aqua blue, light green, or electric blue.
    These colors are opposite to Persian pink on the color wheel and will create a vibrant and harmonious scheme.
    For example, you can use aqua blue bedding and curtains to complement a Persian pink wall, or light green pillows and plants to balance a Persian pink sofa.
    You can also use electric blue artworks and accents to add some energy and excitement to a Persian pink room.
  • Mix Persian pink with analogous colors, such as light coral, light fuchsia pink, or lavender.
    These colors are adjacent to Persian pink on the color wheel and will create a soft and romantic scheme.
    For example, you can use light coral pillows and throws to layer a Persian pink bed, or light fuchsia pink chairs and tableware to brighten up a Persian pink dining room.
    You can also use lavender flowers and candles to add some fragrance and charm to a Persian pink bathroom.
Persian pink is a versatile and beautiful color that can transform any room into a stylish and inviting space.
You can use it to add some personality and flair to your interior design, or to create a soothing and relaxing atmosphere.

Example of the palette with the Persian pink color

Picture with primary colors of Persian pink, Canonical aubergine, Jazzberry jam, Isabelline and Bazaar
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 1040-R20B
NCS S 6030-R40B
NCS S 2065-R20B
NCS S 1002-G50Y
NCS S 3020-R20B
RAL Classic
RAL 3015
RAL 4007
RAL 4006
RAL 9010
RAL 7048
RAL Design
RAL 350 70 35
RAL 060 20 05
RAL 360 40 50
RAL 010 92 05
RAL 010 50 15

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