10 Pink Rooms You'll Love

From blush to bubblegum, these rooms prove that pink is fun, flattering, and not just for February 14th.


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1. Girly Pink

In designer Melissa Rufty's New Orleans home, a pink scribble painting by Amanda Talley hangs on floral wallpaper in a girl's bedroom.

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2. Romantic Pink

The master bedroom in this Palm Beach home received a pink-and-white makeover by designer Gary McBournie. "It started with the fabric on the lampshade - a simple, soft shell pink and white linen print," he explains.

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3. Sunny Pink Dining

On the brick patio of a tiny California bungalow, designer Krista Ewart kept the mood fresh and playful to match the decor inside. A white 1960s lawn furniture set is perked up with a pink patterned tablecloth.

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4. Petite Pink Kitchen

The star of the kitchen is the cute pale pink Smeg fridge that Ewart chose. Other touches include pink curtains and artwork.

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5. Soft Pink Retreat

Marie and Steve Nygren, founders of the sustainable Georgia village of Serenbe, collaborated with designer Smith Hanes on their rustic yet refined home. Marie Nygren wanted the master bedroom to be "quiet, soft, almost ethereal."

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6. Pink Patina

Antique patina is a theme that runs throughout the decor of designer Penelope Bianchi's Santa Barbara, California home. The pale pink walls of the master bedroom give the room a romantic glow.

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7. Faded Pink Toile

Bianchi used her favorite fabric, an 18th-century dark pink and white toile, to serve as the bedspread.

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8. Relaxed Pink

Interior designers Maxwell Macdonald and Andrew Corrie gave this Shelter Island, New York, beach house a relaxed vibe. The pink-and-blue living room's washed wood walls give it a beachy feel. "We kept all the fabrics to natural, muted tones, and it's all of the colors you see in the views - whites, grays, blues, a bit of pale pink," Macdonald says.

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9. Pink Drama

In a very theatrical Los Angeles, California, home designed by Mary McDonald, the only pastel room is a young girl's bedroom. McDonald used a bold acid green as the accent color, giving a hint of drama to connect the room to the rest of the house.

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10. Dramatic Foyer

The entry of a late-19th-century house in Brooklyn is a showstopper, with walls in Benjamin Moore's Razzle Dazzle. The table and side chair - covered in vintage needlepoint - are Louis XV, and the mirror is 18th-century Italian. Designed by Jonathan Berger.
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