Color Combination Pink and Green

Timeless, classic, and so spring into summer, the color combination pink and green welcomes the season with a breath of fresh and beautiful air.



1stDibs – Jayne Design Studio -Photography by Joshua McHugh

Pink and green is a color scheme bursting with seasonal depictions of blooms replete in nature’s shades of pink paired atop green stems and pastel pink skies shimmering off seas of ocean blue and seafoam green.


 Jane Beiles


1stDibs –  Heidi Caillier Design – Photography by Haris Kenjar

Where some will categorize this chic color combo as one that exudes an energetic subtleness, a color oxymoron, there’s a host of color enthusiasts who will vote team soft and serene.



Madre Dallas


Mark D. Sikes

Nature conducts a color combination master class all its own.

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Flower Magazine



Floral and Frill Maxi Skirt

Interior design mirrors fashion, or does fashion mirror interior design?


Kathryn Ivey Interiors 

Instantly recognizable as a go-to choice in style statement selections, preppy pops to mind in color conversation.

Regardless of personal fashion and interior design style preference, one can’t deny the powerful style statement color pairing pink and green makes.


Bunny Williams

Exteriors take beautifully to this timeless color duo that naturally complements landscapes and regional attributes.



Inspiration is everywhere!

Blackberry Lovin’ Layer Cake recipe

Blackberry Lovin’ Layer Cake Recipe

Trends come and go, but classic color combinations check in for an extended stay at the color wheel hotel.


The Beverly Hills Hotel


The Glitter Guide

Warrington & Rose

Warrington & Rose


Better Homes & Gardens

Working off the theory opposites attract, and I truly believe in many cases they do, the color combination of pink and green play beautifully together.

















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2 thoughts on “Color Combination Pink and Green”

  1. Pin, baby, Pin! Pink & green remind me of late summers at LSU, rush week, and preppy times. We go waaay back, me, pink & green. BTW, one of the most gorgeous oyster plates I have ever seen other than your new treasure was a pink and green one I found at auction. I do love oyster plates!

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