If using Farrow & Ball's Pink Ground as the dominant colour in your kitchen, consider a darker accent colour such as Charleston Gray or Dove Tale on skirting boards, upstands or window surrounds. Against these darker hues it will appear as a soft fleshy tone that is both warm and inviting. http://www.josephkingsley.co.uk/blog/farrow-ball-key-2015-colours-pink-ground-and-solid-oak-kitchens/
Soft Satin, such as Hare by Crown Paint, is an elegant, delicate hue that brings subtle sophistication to a scheme. It’s a pale shade that has a warm tone, so is great for small rooms that need a hint of colour without overpowering the space. It’s cosy for winter but also bright and optimistic, perfect for a revamp in Spring. Match walls in this shade with a toning off-white for woodwork and pick out architecture, such as a wooden fire surround or door, in a toning shade of grey.