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Ten playful pink and purple products that could furnish Barbie's Dreamhouse

Dezeen Showroom: ahead of the release of Greta Gerwig's Barbie movie, we've rounded up 10 products listed on Dezeen Showroom that are available in pink and purple colourways.

The Barbie brand, created by toy manufacturer Mattel, is synonymous with bright, light shades of pink, often complimented by purple accents in Barbie's outfits, accessories, vehicles and homes.

The selection below includes pink and purple colours applied to seating, desks, lighting, tables and outdoor furniture.

These playful pieces include a multifunctional inflatable day bed by Diabla, door furniture informed by the work of architect Le Corbusier by FSB, and a duo of coffee tables made from Murano glass by Miniforms.

Read on to see our top picks for pink and purple furniture, lighting and products featured on Dezeen Showroom:

.015 Octopus by Basaglia + Rota Nodari for Urbantime

Named for its many legs, .015 Octopus is a four-seater outdoor dining set created by design duo Basaglia + Rota Nodari for Italian brand Urbantime.

Designed for private and public outdoor settings, .015 Octopus comes in vivid hot pink as well as a selection of other playfully bright colours.

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Cacao outdoor collection by Odosdesign for Diabla

Spanish outdoor furniture company Diabla created the Cacao daybed with a white inflatable mattress and in-built bolster pillow that can be removed and used as a floating lilo.

Cacao's lightweight slimline frame is made from aluminium and comes in seven colours, including light rose pink.

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Les Couleurs Le Corbusier handles by FSB

Les Couleurs Le Corbusier is a collection of handles informed by French architect Le Corbusier's Polychromie Architecturale colour palette.

Created by German door handle manufacturer FSB, the collection includes window handles, door handles and fixtures for users with reduced mobility in 63 colour options, including magenta and baby pink.

Find out more about Les Couleurs Le Corbusier ›

Soda coffee table by Yiannis Ghikas for Miniforms

Greek designer Yiannis Ghikas worked with Italian furniture brand Miniforms to create the Soda coffee table, which comes in two heights with the same trefoil-shaped base.

The tables are made from hand-blown Murano glass and come in four colours, including a mauve shade that has a gleaming finish.

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Worklab by Baldanzi & Novelli designers for Narbutas

Workplace furniture brand Narbutas collaborated with design studio Baldanzi & Novelli on a desk and mobile room divider that can be customised with added features, including cable tidies and planters.

Named Worklab, the multi-functioning furniture piece features tall perforated metal sides for privacy and comes in a subtle blush pink finish.

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LXR16 sofa by Studio Truly Truly for Leolux LX

Rounded shapes characterise the LXR16 sofa, which was created by Dutch design firm Studio Truly Truly for furniture brand Leolux LX.

The sofa is raised off the ground on short aluminium legs and can be upholstered in a range of materials, including a mottled salmon-hued fabric.

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Zoo Zoo by Narbutas

ZooZoo office furniture by Annie Lee for Narbutas

ZooZoo is a collection of mobile office furniture comprised of a tall circular table and poufs with integrated storage, created by designer Annie Lee.

Available from workplace furniture brand Narbutas, the poufs in the collection can nest beneath the coffee table for easy storage.

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Sarn lamps by Thinkk Studio for Thingg Store

Thailand-based brand Thingg Store worked with Thinkk Studio on a series of pendant lights with woven lamp shades made from Lecomte palm leaves, a tree native to Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam.

The Sarn lamps are available in conical and bells shapes and come in two neutral and two brighter tones, including a reddish-pink colour.

Find out more about Sarn ›

Two pink Patoso poufs which were featured on Dezeen Showroom

Patoso pouf by Alejandra Gandia-Blasco for Diabla

Spanish outdoor furniture brand Diabla designed the Patoso pouf with the aim of creating a seat that combines the upright form of conventional chairs with the laid-back quality of beanbags.

Suitable for use indoors and outdoors, Patoso comes in a selection of waterproof fabrics, including in a bubblegum pink colour.

Find out more about Patoso ›

Giro rugs by MUT Design for Gan

Giro rugs by MUT Design for Gan

Giro is a geometric rug collection informed by the patterns created by a spirograph toy, created by Spanish studio MUT Design for design brand Gan.

The rug is available in a lavender purple and was designed to be a playful addition to interior spaces.

Find out more about Giro ›

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