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The striking, honeysuckle pink color choice for this front door is both bold and beautiful. I wonder if the door was painted to match the tree's blossoms.
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Why not paint a pink beauty like the damask patterned door above? Artist Allison Cosmos combines a coral pink with gloss white to create a novel entrance.
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Here's a great way to liven up a porch before spring arrives. Pair a magenta pink wall with cornflower blue flooring and trim. It's a prescription for cheer!
Inside, pink can create an elegant background for an eclectic furniture mix. Images via The Decorologist (left) and Better Homes and Gardens (above).
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I'm impressed. I never thought of pink as a color with a classical pedigree. But, it earns kudos for its contribution to the transitional space above.
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A mid-century Egg Chair in fuchsia is definitely a showstopper. What a spectacular contrast against the black, damask wallpaper.
Pink is so playful, particularly when it shows up unexpectedly on furnishings like those above. Images via Pinterest (left) and Creamy Life (right).
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We're not all brave enough to make a big commitment to such a strong color statement. So, a pillow here and there may be sufficient to test our taste for pink. I really like this long 'noodle' pillow on a crisp, white upholstered sofa.