If you’ve been following the media like the rest of us, then the #barbenheimer rivalry is no news to you. While it may seem like the Barbie film has covered the world and all its corners in pink, the Oppenheimer film is still leaving its mark too. So, whether you like hot pinks or deep blacks, we have created an interiors edit to inspire both sides.
Join the Dark Side…
For those seeking a moody interior look, consider using the Oppenheimer palette to create dramatic appeal in your space. Opt for dark walls and hard surfaces for an accurate recreation, but if you want to create a cosy dynamic then introduce warm layers and a fireplace feature.
Oswaldkirk Modular Sideboard £742.99 Shelved, Green Siena Gothic Stained Glass £13.75 Purlfrost and OER Flametek Juno Electric Fireplace Suite £1,549 Direct Fireplaces
Or Make Them Wink with Pink!
The Big Chill 3 Seater Sofa in Blush Coral, The Rebel 1 Seater Armchair in Blush Snug and Fresh Peach Paint £21 per litre YesColours
Embracing vibrancy and flamboyancy, the Barbie palette is ideal for homes that exude personality and character. Either opt for a maximalist look by painting the walls in a bright fuchsia or create interest with pretty pink accents like an armchair. Pink is also a versatile colour that can be paired well with neutral colourways and natural materials – complementing contemporary and traditional aesthetics alike.
Get The Look
L-R: Passionate Pink Paint £21per litre, Loving Grey Paint £21 per litre YesColours The Small Biggie 1.5 Seater Snuggler in Blush £1,149 Snug Sunbury 3 Seater Sofa in Atropa Grey £2,849 Bridgman and Pair of Edged Scatter Cushions in Blush and Midnight Blue £55 Snug