Designers have been tickled pink recently. We're counting down the most-pinned examples of pink interiors on Dezeen, including a Japanese nail salon inspired by a French manicure and an Antwerp fashion boutique with a cabinet full of barbie dolls.
This apartment in Rome contrasts glossy pink surfaces with rough, lumpy ceilings that have plaster missing from the walls.
Italian architect Antonino Cardillo concealed concrete washbasins and a cylindrical shower behind a ghostly white curtain.
Japanese designer Yusuke Seki used a crimped wooden screen to create a seating area with pink walls in this Osaka beauty salon, which references the natural and pastel tones of popular nail varnishes.
Pink walls are paired with cedar blocks and blackened steel shelving inside the Osaka store for skincare brand Aesop, designed by Japanese firm Torafu Architects.
During Milan Design Week 2016, Milanese designer Atelier Biagetti created a surreal clinic to provide visitors sanctuary from an over-sexualised world.
The "innocent pleasure house" featured a pair of champagne-pink stools with leather accordion-like seats and a mirrored side table.
Soft pink terrazzo features alongside natural wood and grey velvet to create a muted colour palette inside this Singapore restaurant, completed by Barber and Osgerby's Universal Design Studio.
Local studio Dialect used raw and natural materials inside this pared-back Antwerp fashion boutique, which also features a display case filled with Barbie and Ken dolls.
The walls were painted in accordance with the store owner's favourite colour – pale pink.
Standard Studio covered this Amsterdam juice shop in black and pink powder-coated steel panels, and slanted wooden slats.
For a COS pop-up outlet in Los Angeles, Brooklyn studio Snarkitecture fitted out an industrial space with full-length mirrors and pink steel sheets, complete with cut-out shapes of garment silhouettes.
Nike's womenswear range is displayed in geometric wall cutouts within this New York presentation space designed by Robert Storey Studio for the sports brand.
The most-pinned pink interior is a London boutique by Universal Design Studio for fashion brand J&M Davidson, which features soft pink tones paired with metallic details and brass fittings.