THE POWER OF PINK
PINK is a pale red color, which takes its name from the flower of the same name. According to surveys in Europe and the United States, pink, especially when combined with white or pale blue, is the color most commonly associated with femininity, sensitivity, tenderness, childhood, and the romantic.
Here are a few of my favourite ways to decorate with PINK. It’s the season’s hottest colour for both home and fashion!
Featured Image: Pink peonies bundled in a hammered brass wine chiller from HomeSense.
This dreamy pink, white and gray damask paper by Graham & Brown is trés chic and heavenly elegant. Create a feature wall or indulge your feminine side and cover all four walls!
Our spring and summer gardens are finally bursting with blooms. Imagine how delightful your table will look with a single PINK posie placed at each place setting. Simply roll up your best damask napkin, wrap with a leaf, tuck in a single stem and secure with a pearl floral pin. So simple.
Think PINK in rich, warm tones for your home office, bedroom or living room. Accented with an equally warm white and brushed metallics – gold, bronze or silver – PINK takes on a fresh modern vibe! Here two shades of pink are used to create a wainscot effect with the lighter shade Benjamin Moore Touch of Pink 2008-70 above the chair rail and the peachy tone Benjamin Moore Sunlit Coral 2170-60 below. Trim in Intense White OC-51.
Benjamin Moore Touch of Pink 2008-70
Benjamin Moore Sunlit Coral 2170-60
DRAPED IN PINK
Candy floss pink silk draperies are so deliciously luxe in an all-white room. Walls are Benjamin Moore Pink Damask OC-72, a hint of pink, with trim in Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace OC-65.