Not just for babies and bedrooms, vibrant pink makes a big impact in modern living spaces.
Written byChristine LennonJuly 18, 2013
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1 of 7Garza Marfa
These pillows made from Bolivian textiles at Garza Marfa take simple stripes to the next level and breathe major life into a minimalist living area.
2 of 7Airbnb
Jo Ann Thrailkill updated a floating staircase in her A-frame near Lake Arrowhead—and the front door — with a few coats of cool, classic pink.
3 of 7Block Shop Textiles
Call Your Upholsterer
A fuchsia stool, covered in Block Shop Textile’s new Rapunzel fabric, is like an exclamation mark in the story of a room. It adds a pop of excitement without a big commitment.
4 of 7Furbish Studio
Cheer Up Your Walls
The watercolor matchbook art series from Furbish Studio, including this Joshua Tree print and an equally cheery option inspired by the Beverly Hills Hotel, is the wall art equivalent of an anti-depressant.
5 of 7deVol Kitchens
Warm Up a Cool Kitchen
The English kitchen masters at deVOL know their way around color. This happy shade of rose on the wall is the perfect complement to sleek gray-green cabinets.
6 of 7ETC.etera
A rich palette of dark pinks, like earthy beet, pomegranate, and strawberry, make the simple surroundings at Oriel, a restaurant in DTLA designed by Sunset Idea House veterans ETC.etera, sing. Try this color combination on a covered patio (with hanging greenery, as pictured) or a built-in kitchen banquette.
7 of 7Thomas J. Story
Take It Outside
Drawing inspiration from a moody desert sky, a modern house painted in a shade just-this-side of coral makes a rosy, retro statement.