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This kitchen with pink appliances makes me smile. Almost as much as peonies . I would never buy a pink refrigerator, but I have to say that I’m loving this one.
The white walls and white furniture balances the pops of pink in this living room.
I want to grab that pink ruffly goodness of a throw and curl up in it!
This vignette is beautiful and do you see that gorgeous end table? Gorgeous!
More barely pink ruffly goodness. This looks luscious.
These tissue paper “pillows” are brilliant.
This is a barely pink paint color for those not ready to fully embrace a full pinkness. This color looks more peachy to me though.
This little corner is fun and playful. Love the fabric combos on the chair.
I think this would make for a fabulous and sophisticated teen room!
I am LOVING this next photo. This isn’t even what I would consider “my” style and yet I’m drawn to everything about it. The nailhead trim on the table is fantastic.
Going bold in a closet is a fun way to get your pink fix without taking too much of a risk. Hmmm…. Maybe I could do something like this in my master closet.
I could never imagine busting out this color on my walls, but it does make for a very cheerful room.
|via House of Turquoise|
Adding pink accents to your craft room is another subtle way to get your pink on.
What a sweet little retro kitchen! This would be great for a little mod cottage.
Again, I can’t imagine using this wallpaper in my home and yet I love the composition of this dining room.
|via Classic w/ a Twist|
I think I would like this pic better with a more subtle shade of pink on the walls. But I’m loving the egg art on the wall.
Using the pink on the accent wall and the fabrics balances it out with the rest of the room. I love this breakfast nook and could be very happy drinking my tea there.
This pic reminds me of an old Victoria’s Secret box. Pink and black is a romantic combo.
This all neutral room would be snoozeworthy without those pops of pink!