In the Pink

 

The prevalence of pink has exploded over the past few years, for good reason.  Used in interiors, the color can function as a soft neutral or bold accent, depending on the shade.  The popularity of soft beigey-brown tones has given the color a more unisex appeal, and pink is no longer solely considered the official color of little-girlhood.

While I don't decorate or live with much pink, in honor of Valentine's Day I've rounded up some pink things I love, all of which lean more fresh than fussy.

 

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Farrow and Ball's Pink Ground paint is sophisticated, warm and earthy.

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Siemon & Salazar's Two Banded Barrel Vase in vibrant pink and forest green; $350.

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The Sleep Shirt makes beautifully tailored sleepwear based on vintage men's shirting.  Their Short Sleep Shirt in Pink Oxford Stripe also makes a great oversized shirt or beach cover up; $230.

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Parachute's Linen Venice Set in the perfect shade of blush; $399 for queen.

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A favorite bucket bag by Creatures of Comfort in bright pink; $595.

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A cozy fuchsia mohair throw woven in New Zealand from 100% wool; $298.

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No Valentine's Day roundup would be complete (sufficiently corny) without a book of poetry.  Pablo Neruda's Love Poems is a favorite; $7.

 
For the HomeKelly Bergin