As much as I love my dark and saturated colors, I'll always have a soft spot for a pretty, soft, dusty pink. It looks great with everything from neutrals to neons. You can even go ahead and break that old rule about never mixing red and pink because pale pink is perfect next to a cranberry or marsala red. In fact, the unexpected color combinations are the ones that keep this pretty color looking mature and even daring.
This combination of soft green and coral is just too good.
It's all about the balance; a feminine lilac pink chair and bold modern art.
Surprise! The classic Hudson's Bay blanket isn't just for hipsters who want people to think they're outdoorsy.
It would have been so easy to paint this eclectic room white. Aren't you thankful for that dash of the unexpected?
Image credits: Sand pink and chevron floors via Jonas Ingerstedt / One of my favorite uses of coral and green via House and Garden UK / The prettiest pink with bold art via Nordic Design / Ben Pentreath's decidedly non-log cabin take on the Hudson's Bay blanket / And one more Ben Pentreath because he clearly gets pink
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