The Power of Pink

One color we can’t seem to stop thinking about lately (or designing with) is pink. Coral, hot pink, light pink, blush, fuschia, we can’t stop! (And we won’t stop…). We love it paired with kelly green for a Palm Beach chic vibe, or navy blue for a nautical look that’s a little naughty.

You don’t need much, a pop of it can make a huge impact. It’s easy to go overboard with this one though so check yourself before you wreck yourself!

Or just take some cues from the masters…

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via Lindsey Coral Harper

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via Lonny

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via Hillary Thomas

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via Architectural Digest

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via Architectural Digest

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via Elle Decor

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Powder Room at Swanson Vineyards

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via Windsor Smith

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“Pink Lemonade” by Liza Matthews

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Maybellene finial by Hillary Thomas

Blushing yet?

Xx Lexi

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