Wednesday, March 14, 2012

pink: are you into it?




images via pinterest


 the pink trend...

21 comments:

tinajo said...

A dash of pink is not wrong at all - but I want to just have a dash..! :-)

Henhurst Interiors said...

Love these photos and do love a little pink - in small doses. Phyllis

charmaine said...

I agree, a little dose of pink is good!

Tiffany said...

Before my daughter I would have said hell no. Now I love pink. Go figure.

tonia said...

um, Yes!

for the love of a house said...

I like to look at photos with it, but don't think I could live with it myself... all pink becomes bubble gum pink in my brain;)

xojoan

Raina Cox said...

Totally. Chalky pale pink is THE BEST.

Capella Kincheloe Interior Design said...

I'd call this pink "mauve" a bit of a dirty pink/lavender. I did my own post on this not too long ago: http://acuratedlifestyle.blogspot.com/2011/11/its-so-mauve-lous.html

allumer * decor said...

I am... so soft and pretty.

Acquired Objects said...

It's pretty but I'm not a pink person. Now lavender I can get behind!

XX
Debra~

Tricia Rose said...

I like a hint of acid with my pink ~

anita said...

yes...completely.

Lesli at My Old Country House said...

I love my pink living room, it is all about balance...

http://myoldcountryhouse.blogspot.com/2012/01/monday-makeover-living-room-reinvented.html

Lisa Mende Design said...

The top photo is one of my all time fav's. Love the dusky pale pink. So soothing!

Laura said...

Pink may not be a color I choose to live with, but must say I have a true appreciation of it. These rooms are lovely examples of how well it can work to calm or brighten the mood of a room.

Summer said...

Donna, I drool over the color orchid with Swedish gray and white interiors. Not so much pink, but pinkish lilac. Summer

Splendid Willow said...

Njah... Not so much. I appreciate it and like it other homes. (And in my girls' room!).

Sorry I have not been visiting for a while. Just one thing after the other.

But do know that you are very loved my friend.

Happy weekend.

ox,

Mon

Margaret said...

Of course! When it looks like this!

The Cottage Child said...

I like the palest fleshy pink, like old rose petals, or the inside of a conch. I have a collection of Depression glass that is "barely pink", not the traditional sweetheart, with no pattern really, only a wonderful octagonal border that reflect loads of light. It's that elusive color I love...

If I had the patience to pursue the mix, I would paint my dining room pink. My aunt and uncle live in an historic home in Austin and their dining room is painted the most luxurious shade of pink I've ever seen. They worked with a preservationist and still had to repaint a half dozen times to get it right. That room, though - it's been that color for 30 years and still feels timeless. It makes you want to eat and visit and stay a really long time.

SHERRY HART said...

I could get on that wagon very easily........pretty!

Anonymous said...

love it. it is a neutral in my home.