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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:  

Candy Floss 

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. 


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Our Favourite Candy Floss Paints

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Hyogo by Good Home 

Floris by Mylands 

Friendly Pink by Yes 

Coral Pink 

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! 

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Our Favourite Coral Pink Paints

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Coral Pink by 


FTT-005 by Mylands 

Tempt Me by Valspar 

Lipstick Pink 

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.  

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Our Favourite Lipstick Pink Paints

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Bee Balm by Valspar 

Magenta Oaks by Fired Earth

Mischief by Little Greene 

Dusty Pink 

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.   

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Our Favourite Dusty Pink Paints

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Grey Berry by Valspar 

Calamine by Farrow & Ball 

Isabella by Edward Bulmer

Beetroot Pink 

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.     

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Our Favourite Beetroot Pink Paints

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FTT-006 by Mylands  

Ruby Petals by Valspar 

Lake Red by Farrow & Ball 

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