|Just in time for Valentine’s Day, sweet inspiration for your home in the shades of pink and red.|
|In my decorated past, I typically would choose a shade of pink or red for a room – one or the other. Now, I clearly see how much more lovely they look together. Red makes lighter pink more bold, more daring, more fun.|
|Can you imagine being so bold as to mix these vivid colors? So confident! Which is what we should be in our own homes, don’t you think?|
A pink living room? Well, why not? Pepto Bismol pink is not normally my choice, but it’s all about context. The bold yellow fabrics and salon-style artwork erase any thoughts of childishness.
This hotel room in Australia is Barbie Doll pink and would certainly invigorate an overnight stay!
A warmer red makes this living room totally grown-up and classic. And what a fabulous light fixture!
These raspberry walls look delicious with the dark wood furniture.
A teen’s room combines red, pink, white, and a hint of black.
God save the Queen. Couldn’t help but include this photo, as I am in London as I speak!
Modern and bold – mostly white with splashes of pink and red.
A very unexpected chandelier in a very unexpected color. You wouldn’t soon forget a meal in this dining room!
Is this a teen bedroom, or a hotel room with a “Dating Game” theme? Either way, pretty fun stuff!
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