By Amy Ehmann of Design Lotus
There’s something special about the color pink. Whether the shade you love is bold or more subdued, pink never fails to capture your attention and trigger emotions. Case study #1: Neon pink. You can go from ordinary to extraordinary with a pop of bright, neon pink. Use it sparingly though, because it is so bright and can quickly overwhelm.
Clockwise from top left // Hot Pink Doors in Spain via pinterest // Cute Neon Pink Skirt by LuLus via Hello Fashion // DIY Spray Painted Flatware by Sania Pell via Creature Comforts // DIY Neon Pinecone Placecard Holder by Camille Styles
A deeper pink-magenta shade is a tad more tame, but still creates a great focal point or anchor for a room. It’s bold yet sophisticated and elegant.
Clockwise from top left // Birch Grove Print by Lindsay Megahed via minted // The Reese Bench by Plum Design // DIY Spray Painted Flatware by Sania Pell via Creature Comforts // Vintage Over-dyed Turkish Rug via Decor8
Lastly, the palest shade of blush pink is so sweet and charming—it makes me smile and want to say “Aww…” The shade reminds of a baby’s just-pinched cheeks, don’t you think? The color brings a soft warmth to a room without overpowering it, yet still draws attention just because it’s pink! And when decorating, definitely think beyond a child’s room—it’s an unexpected color that can really work anywhere in your home.Comments Off on Currently Loving: Pretty in Pink