Monday, December 15, 2008

Decorating in Pink



Garden Pinks


Soft pink and green prints bring the garden indoors. Curtains tied back on the sides of the bed create an interesting focal point. Feminine touches like pretty prints and lace details complete the room.



Lemonade Inspiration


Whether it's pink or yellow, lemonade is a favorite summertime drink. More than a sweet beverage, it is also an inspiring color palate. Here, yellow and pink create a space as refreshing as cold lemonade. Balancing light and vibrant shades of both colors keeps the space from being tart.




Porch Perfect


A bright shade of pink looks right at home with white wicker furniture. Green and pink fabrics give the space a garden feel that's perfect for a porch. Because the furniture is neutral white, it would be easy to add other colors when inspiration strikes. Introduce a color like golden yellow or a darker pink for an instant facelift.




Pink Dreams


The color combination of pink, white, and black can take on many personalities. In this room, the trio presents itself as whimsically traditional. Clouds of white bedding are accented by a pink bed skirt and walls. Touches of black, like on the wrought-iron bed and wardrobe, tie the soft-hued room together. Light-colored walls allow antique silhouette pictures to pop.




Pink Goes Country French


Neutral walls and window treatments set the stage for a color scheme of pink, yellow, and green. Pink becomes the standout color as it makes an appearance on furniture, rugs, and linens. The striped couch and toile chair personify Country French style. Accessories like old books and a graceful area rug add to the style of the room.



Country Charm


A linen paint finish in deep pink dresses down this quaint vessel sink. Touches of white, like on the mirror, baseboards, and accessories, tie the space together. A rag rug and fabric accents on the stool and sink cabinet give the bathroom a folksy flair.




Modern Chic


Pink in one of its richest and boldest forms, fuchsia, makes a statement against a black-and-white backdrop. Fuchsia table runners dress up a black cabinet. A bubblegum pink accent wall adds more pink flair. Graphic black-and-white wallpaper provides contrast and adds to the modern atmosphere.




With Room to Grow


This combination guest room and baby nursery was decorated with an eye to the future. Without just-for-the-moment baby motifs, the room exudes quiet sophistication in pale pink. The room can be modified to grow from toddler to teen years.




What's Cooking?


Warm up pink with golden tones and you have coral -- a color that brings on sophisticated fun. This soft combination of pink and orange is a far cry from cooler, blue-toned pinks that can have a chilly feel. The bright color wakes up this white kitchen. Because it has golden tones, pairing coral with yellow is a no-fail color combination.





Shabby Chic Retreat


A floral accent pillow's background color is brought to the forefront. The soft green is repeated on the walls and furniture. Pink is the accent color, appearing in the fabrics and bedding, along with lots of cool white.




A Balancing Act
Hot pink on the walls takes a leap of faith, yet the effect is dazzling. Traditional white bedding and furniture balance the bright magenta. Bright toile and plaid fabrics repeat the deep wall color on the bedding and curtains. Combining classical elements with a modern color like magenta creates a room with personality.

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Monday, December 15, 2008

Decorating in Pink



Garden Pinks


Soft pink and green prints bring the garden indoors. Curtains tied back on the sides of the bed create an interesting focal point. Feminine touches like pretty prints and lace details complete the room.



Lemonade Inspiration


Whether it's pink or yellow, lemonade is a favorite summertime drink. More than a sweet beverage, it is also an inspiring color palate. Here, yellow and pink create a space as refreshing as cold lemonade. Balancing light and vibrant shades of both colors keeps the space from being tart.




Porch Perfect


A bright shade of pink looks right at home with white wicker furniture. Green and pink fabrics give the space a garden feel that's perfect for a porch. Because the furniture is neutral white, it would be easy to add other colors when inspiration strikes. Introduce a color like golden yellow or a darker pink for an instant facelift.




Pink Dreams


The color combination of pink, white, and black can take on many personalities. In this room, the trio presents itself as whimsically traditional. Clouds of white bedding are accented by a pink bed skirt and walls. Touches of black, like on the wrought-iron bed and wardrobe, tie the soft-hued room together. Light-colored walls allow antique silhouette pictures to pop.




Pink Goes Country French


Neutral walls and window treatments set the stage for a color scheme of pink, yellow, and green. Pink becomes the standout color as it makes an appearance on furniture, rugs, and linens. The striped couch and toile chair personify Country French style. Accessories like old books and a graceful area rug add to the style of the room.



Country Charm


A linen paint finish in deep pink dresses down this quaint vessel sink. Touches of white, like on the mirror, baseboards, and accessories, tie the space together. A rag rug and fabric accents on the stool and sink cabinet give the bathroom a folksy flair.




Modern Chic


Pink in one of its richest and boldest forms, fuchsia, makes a statement against a black-and-white backdrop. Fuchsia table runners dress up a black cabinet. A bubblegum pink accent wall adds more pink flair. Graphic black-and-white wallpaper provides contrast and adds to the modern atmosphere.




With Room to Grow


This combination guest room and baby nursery was decorated with an eye to the future. Without just-for-the-moment baby motifs, the room exudes quiet sophistication in pale pink. The room can be modified to grow from toddler to teen years.




What's Cooking?


Warm up pink with golden tones and you have coral -- a color that brings on sophisticated fun. This soft combination of pink and orange is a far cry from cooler, blue-toned pinks that can have a chilly feel. The bright color wakes up this white kitchen. Because it has golden tones, pairing coral with yellow is a no-fail color combination.





Shabby Chic Retreat


A floral accent pillow's background color is brought to the forefront. The soft green is repeated on the walls and furniture. Pink is the accent color, appearing in the fabrics and bedding, along with lots of cool white.




A Balancing Act
Hot pink on the walls takes a leap of faith, yet the effect is dazzling. Traditional white bedding and furniture balance the bright magenta. Bright toile and plaid fabrics repeat the deep wall color on the bedding and curtains. Combining classical elements with a modern color like magenta creates a room with personality.

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Monday, December 15, 2008

Decorating in Pink



Garden Pinks


Soft pink and green prints bring the garden indoors. Curtains tied back on the sides of the bed create an interesting focal point. Feminine touches like pretty prints and lace details complete the room.



Lemonade Inspiration


Whether it's pink or yellow, lemonade is a favorite summertime drink. More than a sweet beverage, it is also an inspiring color palate. Here, yellow and pink create a space as refreshing as cold lemonade. Balancing light and vibrant shades of both colors keeps the space from being tart.




Porch Perfect


A bright shade of pink looks right at home with white wicker furniture. Green and pink fabrics give the space a garden feel that's perfect for a porch. Because the furniture is neutral white, it would be easy to add other colors when inspiration strikes. Introduce a color like golden yellow or a darker pink for an instant facelift.




Pink Dreams


The color combination of pink, white, and black can take on many personalities. In this room, the trio presents itself as whimsically traditional. Clouds of white bedding are accented by a pink bed skirt and walls. Touches of black, like on the wrought-iron bed and wardrobe, tie the soft-hued room together. Light-colored walls allow antique silhouette pictures to pop.




Pink Goes Country French


Neutral walls and window treatments set the stage for a color scheme of pink, yellow, and green. Pink becomes the standout color as it makes an appearance on furniture, rugs, and linens. The striped couch and toile chair personify Country French style. Accessories like old books and a graceful area rug add to the style of the room.



Country Charm


A linen paint finish in deep pink dresses down this quaint vessel sink. Touches of white, like on the mirror, baseboards, and accessories, tie the space together. A rag rug and fabric accents on the stool and sink cabinet give the bathroom a folksy flair.




Modern Chic


Pink in one of its richest and boldest forms, fuchsia, makes a statement against a black-and-white backdrop. Fuchsia table runners dress up a black cabinet. A bubblegum pink accent wall adds more pink flair. Graphic black-and-white wallpaper provides contrast and adds to the modern atmosphere.




With Room to Grow


This combination guest room and baby nursery was decorated with an eye to the future. Without just-for-the-moment baby motifs, the room exudes quiet sophistication in pale pink. The room can be modified to grow from toddler to teen years.




What's Cooking?


Warm up pink with golden tones and you have coral -- a color that brings on sophisticated fun. This soft combination of pink and orange is a far cry from cooler, blue-toned pinks that can have a chilly feel. The bright color wakes up this white kitchen. Because it has golden tones, pairing coral with yellow is a no-fail color combination.





Shabby Chic Retreat


A floral accent pillow's background color is brought to the forefront. The soft green is repeated on the walls and furniture. Pink is the accent color, appearing in the fabrics and bedding, along with lots of cool white.




A Balancing Act
Hot pink on the walls takes a leap of faith, yet the effect is dazzling. Traditional white bedding and furniture balance the bright magenta. Bright toile and plaid fabrics repeat the deep wall color on the bedding and curtains. Combining classical elements with a modern color like magenta creates a room with personality.

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