Barbiecore might be one of the hottest trends right now, but according to the experts at British eco paint specialists Victory Colours, pink interiors might be around as long as the iconic doll who inspired the movement.
Victoria Yardley, Managing Director of Victory Colours, said: “Pink is an extremely versatile colour palette. From the more subtle dusky hues through to bold magentas, it complements a wealth of other colours, everything from neutral to more opulent hues, and looks great as a main feature.
“Gone are the days when pink was found in nurseries and children’s bedrooms, it is here to stay.”
Victory Colours’ own collection of pink paint shades includes everything from warming salmons and attention-grabbing magentas through to cool, almost-greys.
Like the rest of the Victory Colours paint collection, they have been produced with the environment at the fore and are virtually free of all toxins and VOCs.
Victory Colours' matt emulsion is priced at £44.95 for 2.5-litres. It is available now from victorycolours.co.uk