that feminine feeling.

bed with pink blanket and oversized art hung above via dwell magazine.

frederik vercruysse for dwell magazine.

no one could ever accuse me of being a girly-girl, but i do have a soft spot for sweet hues in the bedroom. everything from blush, to shades of robin’s egg blue are being found in these boudoirs — truly the stuff that dreams are made of. this rosie trend is best implemented in eye-catching additions, like the perfect candy-colored throw, statement wall, or bedside table. and since Pantone chose these pretty pastel shades for their colors of the year, we must be on the right track, n’es pas?

faux fur and white bedding photographed by patrick cline for lonny. / sfgirlbybay

patrick cline photography for lonny.

pink and peach bed linens via home adore / sfgirlbybay

home adore.

black mantle and pale pink linen photographed by san hop via the socialite family. / sfgirlbybay

san hop via the socialite family.

pink decor inspiration / sfgirlbybay

clockwise, l to r: the house that lars built; cote maison; bekka palmer photography; love with a perfect stranger; park and cube; hanna’s room; est living.

pink and mint and white lights via Le Jardin Bohémien via another something. / sfgirlbybay

Le Jardin Bohémien via another something.

feminine decor inspiration / sfgirlbybay

elle decoration; the guardian; and nuevo estilo.

pink pillow on white bed with moroccan throw / sfgirlbybay

brittany ambridge photography.

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3 Responses to “that feminine feeling.”
  1. It’s such a calming color. Soothing.
    I am struck, scrolling through the photos, by several with really low ceilings. Not a decor comment but an architectural one. The rooms feel a little claustrophobic.

  2. Beautiful images. These colors are one of my favourite this year, no doubt. God save pastel shades!!

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