Photo By: Design by Simone Haag in collaboration with Nathan + Jac; Photo by Eve Wilson
Photo By: Design by Samantha Nicholson, Encore Construction, Photo by Dan Cutrona
Photo By: Simone Haag in Collaboration with Nathan + Jac; Photo by Eve Wilson
Photo By: Christine Farah Photography
Photo By: Melanie Johnson
City Girl Nursery
With a new baby girl in the family, Chip and his team were charged with the important job of making sure that the Howells' princess has the perfect palace. Chip and his team added complimentary colors, such as pink and purple, as well as multiple patterns and textures to make this place sugar and spice and everything nice for this baby girl. The luxurious crib and additional toy storage is a must have to help make the nursery clean and inviting.
This pink and black kitchen is not for the timid. Hot pink cabinets, pink and black graphic wallpaper, and retro pendant lamps work with a curved black countertop on the island and the black and white barstools.
This sunny guest bedroom is painted with cream tones, which harmonize with the pink and pastel green florals used throughout the room. The twin beds have padded headboards upholstered in a floral pattern that matches the bed skirts and shams. Floral prints on the wall complete the look.
This inviting sitting room features a pink silk velvet sofa with nailhead detail, ivory faux shagreen nesting tables and a large leather upholstered ottoman. Golden lamps add a metallic touch while the paintings pull jewel tones into the room.
A soft pastel nursery combines romantic and contemporary styles. The round mirror hung over the dresser features beautiful patina that brings out the slight blue shades throughout the decor. A mint medallion area rug adds style underfoot, while the abstract art above the crib is custom painted to match the palette of the room.
Soft as the dawn, Millennial Pink is a soothing (and skin-flattering) choice for bedroom walls and linens. To keep the look from getting too sweet, be sure to add hints of natural texture and contrasting neutrals as the team at Nathan + Jack did in this contemporary bedroom. Shades of gray, white, black, and even navy blue all live comfortably with pale pink.
In a space with sharp architectural angles designer Samantha Nicholson’s choice of pale pink for the walls serves a dual purpose, both softening the harsh edges and highlighting the room’s character. Another bonus for a waterfront home: “It’s a simple, soothing color that’s a twist on the expected blue/green palette that you’d expect in a coastal home,” she says.
When you think of a “neutral” wall color, shades like beige, taupe, or gray may come to mind. But pale pink is a surprisingly versatile, livable “new neutral.” On the walls of this living space that the stylists at Nathan + Jac say was inspired by an “unconventional, carefree approach” to design, blush pink is the perfect foundation shade to layer with white, cream, and dove gray. Tip: To get that chalky Scandinavian look on your walls, pick a flat paint formulation.
A hanging shoe system on the back of a closet door is the perfect storage solution for saving space and staying organized. In this space, the bright pink color even coordinates with bedroom accessories.
Soaring pink stripes direct the eye up to the impressive vaulted ceilings. “I’m usually a horizontal stripes person but we chose to use vertical stripes because the room has these beautiful vaulted ceilings that should be accentuated rather than pulled down,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
Pink Nursery With Crystal Chandelier and Custom Feminine Art
This pink nursery features a crystal chandelier, an upholstered chair and ottoman, a dresser that can double as a changing table, and a custom piece of feminine abstract art made from resin, pieces of glass, paint and glitter.
The tray ceiling is painted the focal color and is offset by soft gold walls and antique white trim. Schumacher silk plaid draperies and the custom-designed bedding repeat the hues in contrasting patterns for extra textural interest.