Pink front doors are having a MAJOR design moment. We'll take you through all the key shades to find your perfect pink match
Did you know that the #pinkdoor is the most searched door colour hashtag on TikTok by a looooong way!
Pink doors are definitely having a moment and its time to leave your preconceptions of pink being a 'girlie' colour at the door. Depending on the shade, pink can be elegant, neutral, sultry, subtle or playful so whatever your vibe, there's a pink for you! See all the key pink shades in our video and more details below:
Soft and fresh, Candy Floss is a subtle elegant shade for your door. Green looks amazing against this pink so if you have green fingers and lots of lovely planting around your door, this is a particularly good choice. In our opinion, this shade is almost a neutral! Brass, nickel or black hardware all look incredible against it.
Our Favourite Candy Floss Paints
Hyogo by Good Home
Floris by Mylands
Friendly Pink by Yes
When a pink is not a pink! Coral is warm and spicy and has been a slow burning interior trend colour over the past few years since Pantone named it 'Colour of the Year ' in 2019. Its warm and welcoming and we find it works particularly well against a red brick house. An easy sell for a 'pink reluctant' partner we think!
Our Favourite Coral Pink Paints
Coral Pink by
FTT-005 by Mylands
Tempt Me by Valspar
Be bold and playful with a Lipstick Pink front door. This vibrant mid pink is great for anyone who loves their interiors (and exteriors) punchy and fun. The slight purple/blue undertones make Nickel hardware finishes the perfect partner. You can guarantee that your door will be the talk of the street.
Our Favourite Lipstick Pink Paints
Bee Balm by Valspar
Magenta Oaks by Fired Earth
Mischief by Little Greene
Keep your pink elegant and chic with a soft grey toned shade. Super easy and subtle, it is a great choice to ease into adding colour to your exterior. The dusty undertones of this pink are calming and the cool shade works great with nickel and black hardware.
Our Favourite Dusty Pink Paints
Grey Berry by Valspar
Calamine by Farrow & Ball
Isabella by Edward Bulmer
With deeper, darker ruby tones, beetroot is a luxurious and sultry choice. This jewel shade has a elegant and grown up vibe and a great alternative to navy and dark green, offering the same gravitas but with a fresh new feel. The rich, warm undertones look fantastic when paired with brass hardware.
Our Favourite Beetroot Pink Paints
FTT-006 by Mylands
Ruby Petals by Valspar
Lake Red by Farrow & Ball