21 August 2012


I, by no means, would ever describe my style to be uber feminine. Yes, I'm a sucker for pink lipstick, a polished manicure, and saucey sky-high heels...but when it comes to home decor, I'm typically drawn toward an edgier aesthetic. Fuchsia damask (or...any damask, really) just ain't my thing.

With that said, I do entirely realize the power of  well-placed pops of pink, and just how much interest and warmth they lend to an otherwise neutral palette. There's good reason why electric-hued orchids have long been a stylist's best friend: they add an undeniable amount of life to whatever space they adorn. Pink doesn't have to be just for the girls...it's all in how you use it, and where you use it. It's powerful, inviting, and can even offer an air of sophistication if you so-choose. The proof is in the interiors below, and their designers--who totally realized the power of pink.

Go get you some pink.