Looking for the perfect pink shade for your next home project? Here you’ll find the Dulux Paint Colour Chart Pink in one place so you can find, compare and pick your perfect pink!
Using pink for interior design is not best reserved for girls nurseries. Pink can be a mature, elegant and romantic accent in a home, bringing beautiful warmth and style with it.
Whether you’re looking to incorporate pink into your hallway, bedroom, living room or beyond, join me as I explore all of the Dulux pink colours in their offering.
Dulux Pink Colours
Looking for a bold pop of pink colour? Popping Pink Dulux features undertones of purple for a magenta shade which can appear as a purplish-pink colour, depending on what light you see the shade in.
This warm shade would add a statement to a focal wall in a living room or bedroom. Pair with neutrals, black accents or lighter pink shades for a more maximalist look in an interior decor scheme.
This charming candy coloured pink shade by Dulux has pink undertones for a warm, feminine feel. Other complementary colours for Sweet Pink include other pinks on the spectrum such as dusty pink or magenta shades, grey, creams and other neutral shades.
Dulux Pretty Pink is a beautiful muted shade of pink which can look lilac in some lights, it has undertones of purple, bringing warmth to an interior, whilst making a true statement.
This muted shade can be appreciated in eclectic, maximalist and modern style homes, suitable for any room in the home, working perfectly as a focal feature for a stand out space.
This lilac inspired pink shade is a pared back pink shade that is perfect for introducing a little bit of warmth to a neutral interior.
With purple undertones, this colour can be matched beautifully with darker purple shades, or it can become the star of its own show in a neutral inspired interior – think a mix with creams, white and other earthy shades. Add a black accent into the mix for a touch of modernity.
Pink Nevada 1
This rouge shade is sure to make a statement in an interior. It has pink undertones which brings that touch of softness into this red shade by Dulux.
A beautiful shade to create a romantic inspired interior, or create a focal point in a living room or bedroom.
If you love the idea of pink in your interior but want something a little bit more pared back and understated, Blush Pink could be the perfect shade.
This understated, elegant colour airs on the side of neutrality, with pink undertones which give it that beautifully dusty pink shade.
If you want just a touch of warmth in a neutral interior, this can be a great choice that’s flattering and feminine.
Pink Skies is a more muted shade than Blush Pink, it’s a cross between a pale dusty pink and alabaster shade. This is led by its orange undertones which you can see through in this colour.
A beautiful warm shade for an all neutral interior, or use it as a foundational colour and introduce statement pops of colour like orange for a warm, positive interior.
Adobe Pink 6
Another shade which comes in on the lightest pink colour of the spectrum is Adobe Pink 6. This muted shade has pink and red undertones.
A range of colours pair well with this shade including darker pinks, greys, creams, whites and even something a little bit more daring like a forest or mint green colour.
Adobe Pink 3
Derived from warm pink undertones, Adobe Pink 3 is a beautifully warm shade, it reminds me of a luxurious lipstick shade or a rose. Ultra decadent, and highly textured.
Go all in with this colour in a living room or bedroom for maximum effect, equally it can be added as an accent colour to many other complementary colours.
With orange undertones, Polar Pink is a cross between a salmon pink and dusty pink shade, yet the orange undertones can clearly be seen in different lights.
Keep things neutral by pairing with brown shades or bring the orange undertones out in Polar Pink by adding warm pops of orange through textiles and decor accessories in the room of your choice.
Pink Nevada 5
A colour I really would define as an English Rose! It’s hard not to feel happy when you see the warmth of this shade. With pink undertones, this feminine shade would be equally beautiful in a babies nursery, to an adults bedroom.
Pair with neutral shades such as grey, cream and white, or for a whimsical feel, introduce other pink shades for a touch of romanticism.
Adobe Pink 1
With a combination of brown and pink undertones, the result of Adobe Pink 1 is a burnt red/pink shade that would bring a statement pop of colour to any room.
This bold shade would work well with black accents, brown shades, other pinks and in a more neutral setting.
Pink Nevada 4
Pretty in pink, Pink Nevada 4 is a gorgeously deep dusty pink shade that features a mix of pale pink and deeper pink undertones.
Naturally, it pairs well with other pink shades for a touch of romanticism, or pare it back with a neutral colour scheme including creams, whites and greys.
If you love Pink but want something slightly more neutral and pared back, Pink Parchment is a great choice. It has orange undertones which makes this shade look like a cross between a muted pink and brown shade.
It really does look different in different lights, so always invest in a tester pot beforehand and paint a swatch in your chosen room so you can see how it looks during different parts of the day.
Soda Pink is another neutral inspired pink shade, it has tones of grey, pink and even brown to it. Its closest undertones are pink and terracotta.
This warm neutral looks great in most rooms of the home, pair with other neutral colours, or introduce bolder shades such as terracotta or red for extra warmth.
With brown and pink undertones, Pink Prose is a perfect berry like shade that’s versatile and warm in an interior. Use on all walls or add to a feature wall for an eye catching look as you enter the room.
Adobe Pink 5
There’s a lot to love about this muted pink shade by Dulux. With dusty pink characteristics, it is derived from red and pink undertones.
Introduce some warmth to a neutral interior with this pink shade, or use as a neutral foundational colour to further introduce more daring, bold pops of colour.
Pink Nevada 2
A cross between a muted red and pink, Pink Nevada 2 is the perfect compromise between red and an understated, and mature pink shade in an interior.
Pair with like brown or pink undertones for a cohesive and harmonious balance of colours.
A cross between a lilac and pink shade, this muted pink shade from the Dulux collection brings such a beautiful aesthetic to an interior.
It’s understated, mature and looks great in a range of different settings. Pair with a black accent for a touch of modernity in an interior.
Adobe Pink 4
A more mature version of a baby pink shade, and an absolutely beautiful warm neutral for an interior. Inspired by pink undertones, it looks just as good paired with neutrals such as grey, cream and white.
Orange and pink undertones delivery this beautifully off pink, almost light brown shade which is Pink Sandstone. This can be a fun way to introduce a bit of warmth to a neutral interior whilst not feeling feminine.
Some of its complementary colours include pink, brown, white, cream, earthy greens and well placed black accents.
Pink Nevada 6
This baby pink shade pairs beautifully with other respective pink shades by Dulux; Adobe Pink 4 and Pink Nevada 1.
It equally pairs well with a whole host of neutral shades, and even bolder counterparts such as green and navy blue.
Adobe Pink 2
Adobe Pink 2 is inspired by pink and brown undertones which creates a beautifully rich berry shade. It’s not too pink, and it’s not too red.
Introduce it as a feature wall in a bedroom or living room, or perhaps in a half wall panelling look to stop the colour overcrowding the room.
Pink Nevada 3
A more pared back shade than Adobe Pink 2, this pretty pink shade brings a more mature outlook to a pale pink shade. The deeper intensity brings a beautiful warmth pairing, working well with a whole host of colours.
This colour would look beautiful in a half wall paneling look in a hallway, bedroom or even an office space.
Dulux Paint Colour Chart Pink
Now we have breezed through all of the Dulux Pink Colours in their collection, save down the following two pictures so you can easily compare the colours across the board rather than having to keep clicking forward and backward when choosing the perfect shade.
There is plenty of inspiration among these 24 Dulux Pink Shades. Feeling even more confused? Try to whittle down your choices to at least 3, I would then purchase a tester pot of each and line up a swatch side by side in the chosen room.
The idea is to give you time to sit with the colours, and see how they look at different times during the day, and in both natural and artificial light.
You will naturally be drawn to one colour during this time, and if not, why not try incorporating a mix of them all in some way? Which Dulux pink shades are you drawn to?