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10 Amazing Pink Bars and Restaurants

by Sofia Tuovinen

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When I was little, pink used to be my absolute favorite color. My love for it turned into an obsession, and I refused to wear anything that wasn’t frilly or between pale blush and hot pink. Eventually, and in my opinion luckily, I grew out of it.

Now that I’m older and my interests have slowly shifted from tutus to interiors, I’m happy to say that I’ve found pink again. The reason why I’m particularly fond of pink is its versatility — it goes so well with so many colors! Pink and navy is a classic pairing that never fails, and need I mention pink and green, the color combination that just keeps on giving?

Many of us here at Design*Sponge are big fans of pink, and what has really caught our eye lately is the amount of bars and restaurants that have embraced pink wholeheartedly, whether combined with other beautiful hues or used entirely on its own. To share the love, we’ve gathered 10 incredible spaces that have jumped on the pink bandwagon. They prove just how wonderful our favorite color can be!Sofia

Image above: Located under and around the stairs of an old movie theatre, Pink Room, a speakeasy style bar in Kiev, Ukraine, has a nostalgic feel straight out of old motion pictures. Design and photo by Circle Line.

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This 150-year-old space in Madrid was transformed into a modern cake shop with a twist — 12,000 painted wooden sticks hung from the ceiling create a breathtaking pink installation. Design by Ideo Arquitectura, photo courtesy of Ideo Arquitectura via designboom.

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San Diego’s Holy Matcha is decorated in tropical green and pink, with marble and brass accents. Design by Homework, photo by Stacey Keck.

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The Dandelyan in London is another perfect example of how luxurious the combination of pink and green can be. Design by Design Research Studio/ Tom Dixon, photo courtesy of Morgans Hotel Group.

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From plush velvet upholstered seating to the impressive bar, The Gallery at Sketch in London is every pink lover’s dream come true. The walls host 239 original drawings by artist David Shrigley. Design by India Mahdavi, photo courtesy of Sketch

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In Naïve, a Kiev bar dedicated to sparkling wine, powder pink walls create the backdrop for a lush and bubbly interior with plenty of texture. Art deco style furniture in gold tones is accentuated by moss green curtains and bursts of patterned wallpaper. Design and photo by AKZ Architectura

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Pietro Nolita is a monochromatic paradise, where a mix of all-pink materials and asymmetric shapes creates a flamboyant and fun space. Design by byblack, photo courtesy of Pietro Nolita.

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Carthage Must Be Destroyed, an eatery hidden in a warehouse in Bushwick, is all about pink, down to the tableware! Photo by @minii.nutt

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The moody interior in Vancouver’s Kissa Tanto restaurant is softened by pink upholstery, like these mid-century inspired barstools. Designed by Ste. Marie, photo by Knauf & Braun via Yellowtrace.

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Patisserie Nanan in Wroclaw, Poland is all about sugar-sweet colors and textures. The inspiration for the rounded shapes found throughout the space comes from the éclair, Nanan’s signature pastry. Design by Buck.Studio, photo by PION Studio

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