In honour of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’ve compiled an edit of our favourite pink-themed décor products as well as expert tips on how to incorporate this versatile colour into your home.

Whether you want a very feminine or a neutral space, it can all be accomplished by using pink home décor. Pink flowers, accessories, a statement piece or even pieces of art can brighten up any room. – Margaret Steenkamp from Woodbender

Woodbender Arabella Lowback Showwood Arms, Arabella Lowback Two Seater & Hampshire Lowback

If you love the colour pink, but feel like pink furniture is too much of a big commitment, go for a range of pink accessories or décor items. – Jodi Sifris from Casarredo

Casarredo Madison Bowl

When it comes to table décor pink will liven up any festive table setting season. Add a coloured goblet/glass/candles to your otherwise neutral table. Any of our beautiful, traditional Biggie Best fabrics will suit any room, style and taste. – Elbe Truter from Biggie Best

Biggie Best Kubu Tray

The use of pink in décor has become almost as common as the LBD in fashion. It’s a staple. And pink in wallpaper is no different. Whether it’s a fully pink-inspired wallpaper or one with just hints of the hue, so many designs incorporate the colour. Use it to bring life into a dark space like a guest loo or combine it with metallics for a sophisticated and contemporary look. From baby to cerise, pink is here to stay in interiors. – Cara Saven from Cara Saven Wall Design

Cara Saven Wall Design Tea Time Wallpaper

I personally incorporate pink tones into my studio by means of wall art, scatter cushions and throws to create a joyful and cosy space. – Zydia Botes from SMTNG GOOD

SMTNG GOOD Like Children Do Blanket, in collaboration with Fran Labuschagne

Far from the traditional candy floss, bubblegum and little girls’ rooms, shades of pink mixed with soft greys, rose gold and blues can bring elegance, sophistication and nostalgia into a space. Pink walls improve your completion and the overall mood in the room, calming disputes and encouraging conversation. – Leigh van der Bijl from Here & Elsewhere

Here & Elsewhere Chesterfield in Hibiscus

Complement your natural décor with the whimsical and affectionate nature of the colour pink throwing in easily interchangeable accessories like scatter cushions or a statement piece in the room such as wall art or a lovely vibrant rug. – Anusha Deoparsad from SHF Home

SHF Home Samarkand scatter in Candy Pig

Incorporate pink into your living spaces by adding accessories such as scatters, ottomans or a throw. Artwork is also a great way to introduce several different pink elements into your home. You can use hues from the artwork to create inspiration with other hues in your décor scheme. – Sue McCoubrey from Block & Chisel

Block & Chisel Zarah Stool