Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Think Pink

We're not talking about nurseries or kids rooms, but rather main living areas. Adult spaces can be outfitted in shades of pink too. It's glamorous and adds a sweet, feminine touch. I'm really into nuetral color schemes these days with subtle hints of pink. The man in your life might not endulge in this color as do you, but they tend to get over it. My husband's new favorite space is our newly redesigned gameroom which houses pink pillows and flowers. It could be because of the enormous tv in there though! And if the males in your home don't go for a little pink, then resort to an uber chic closet.









Pink- It's not just for kids!

5 comments:

  1. I adore that door and dining set! We have a bit of pink in our home, and it makes me happy. :)

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  2. Ohhh Pink. You either love it or hate it, don´t you?
    In my case I´m not very keen of pink, but if I had to choose I´d always go for the strong fucsia rather than the baby pink.
    Great post and great examples.

    www.tatianadoria.blogspot.com

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  3. I am loving all the pink! The pink door is a stunner!
    Thank you for popping by my place!
    Happy New Year!
    Kerry at HouseTalkN

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  4. Now this acid pink, or hot pink as it was called in the 60s, is a super color. Love the front door! Great post on Tangerine Tango as well. It's not for me except as an extremely minor accent color in my suzanis but when it is used properly it's stunning and feels very fresh. I agree. Thanks for stopping by Jane

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  5. It's a pretty color! I am adoring that gorgeous door! Enjoy the lovely day, Kellie xx

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