pink part way.
by victoria comment

2/27/15

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Henny van Belkom for anthology magazine.

pink is such a big commitment when it comes to painting your walls. i posted this pale pink home last week — and there was no restraint there at all, and yet it worked so nicely. i thought i’d round up some commitment-phobe rooms with just a slice of pink — a solid accent wall, or a wainscoting, with pink part way up the wall. this friday — we’re in the pink. from deep coral pink to pale bubble gum — pick a shade, any shade.

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freunde von freunden.

pink part way / sfgirlbybay

pinecone camp (above and below).

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pink part way / sfgirlbybay

jeanne chan’s pink makeover.

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chinoiserie chic.

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hus & hem.

pink part way / sfgirlbybay

Karin Lindroos.

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anne mette skodborg via my scandinavian home (above and below).

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pink part way / sfgirlbybay

elle decor españa.

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Armelle Habib for inside out magazine.

17 responses to “pink part way.”

  1. Usually I gravitate more toward cool colors on walls, but these pinks feel totally airy. The styling in these spaces is also so fabulous; it really show the versatility of pink!

  2. I just went pink, too. Like guava pink. I just ended a 7-year relationship with a minimalist designer who loved blacks, whites, & greys and moved into my own little apartment and needed THE COLOR. Living in this trend of minimalism, I had tried to put myself in that bucket but always veered toward the fun & colorful. So I’m just gonna do me.
    Still adding details (have a great copper snake mirror to hang, updating the hanging planters, adding leaf green linen pillow, etc) but the initial result makes me so happy.
    https://instagram.com/p/yw4ET_yPBI/
    Considering the rest of the apt is landlord-approved warm white, having one pop color wall was necessary to make it feel like home. And it’ll be easy enough to repaint when I move on.

  3. That one where it looks like they just stopped painting halfway through is very interesting! I used to have a pepto bismal pink bedroom in high school and I absolutely loved it. I would totally go pink again!

  4. I painted my dining room a pale pink, the color of the inside of a seashell, years before pink became the new neutral. It is the perfect place for pink b/c with candlelight, everyone at the table glows. Just what you want at your dinner party! And I can see it from the living room and from the kitchen and it just looks so pretty and calm.

  5. I love the picture of the man with the pink colors around him with the Asian writing at the bottom in the pinecomb camp picture. Where did it come from?

  6. I am about to paint my home office pink. Can you tell me the name of the paint color used in the 7th photo from the bottom? thanks!

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