A large neutral sectional offers plenty of comfy seating in this sophisticated, contemporary family room. Bright pink flowers paired with pink and purple throw pillows add a burst of color that break up the neutral tones.
The neutral furniture in this outdoor patio allows for the pink and purple flowers to stand out. A striped rug and colorful artwork in the background assure the space is a colorful escape no matter the season.
A pink and purple floral-patterned tufted bench sets the romantic color palette for this master bedroom. The colors are repeated in the bed curtains, while a throw pillow on the bed uses the same fabric as the bench.
Natural light pours into this stunning contemporary family room. Bright pops of pink and purple are bold accents against the neutral tones that fill the room. A crisp sectional offers tons of seating making this an ideal place to relax with the whole family.
Inside this girl's transitional bedroom, white molding stands out against the room's lavender wall color, and coordinates with the platform bed, midcentury modern dresser and double ottomans. A white, pink and purple flower pattern is picked up in the wallpaper, roman shades and upholstered chair and bench.
To get a true '70s glam look, fill the table with bright colors and bold patterns and prints. Styled Creative paired an eye-catching pink and purple serving tray with fresh flowers for a standout feminine look. Incorporate gold accents for an extra touch of glam.
Your coolest dollhouse ever just came to life. Partition walls mark off a living area in this large loft space. Bright pink and purple paint infuses the exposed metal beams with colorful energy and a neon strip makes the room feel as though it were almost hovering above the floor.
Reindeer moss, Colletti says, "does not have fine, hairlike strands like Spanish moss; it moves more freely in one piece." She uses a short stake to arrange it in terrariums. Reindeer moss is actually a lichen, not a true moss, and it's available in dyed pink, blue, purple, red and other colors.
Bromeliads transform any setting into a tropical paradise. These plants boast colorful leaves and unusual blooms with south-of-the-border hues including red, hot pink and purple. More than 50 percent of all bromeliads are epiphytes, growing without soil. Grow bromeliads indoors for living décor, or outside as landscape or container plants in warmest regions.
The white walls and hardwood floor in this hallway are decorated with a contemporary art display. A thin gold table covers a large crystal formation and supports a circular flower vase. Pink, orange, purple and neutral diamond cut-outs in direction changing lines are mounted in glass cases next to a yellow panel with black words and numbers.
To give a child’s room makeover longevity, start neutral and then add color in the details and art. Egypt Sherrod decorated this room as part of a Dwell with Dignity makeover, and she started with light, airy decor and then added pink and purple accents fitting for this little girl’s room. Sherrod’s favorite part of the space is the woven light fixture.
Plum, fuchsia and black may not be at the top of every manly man's favorite color list, but when properly balanced the outcome is just as well suited to Jack as it is Jill. The key to mixing these colors correctly is to vary the intensities of the pinks and purples, then use black to break up the two similar hues.
The urn plant (Aechmea fasciata) is one of the more common and popular bromeliads. Beloved for its pink and purple flower, the urn plant also offers green and silver banded leaves. Plants flower after reaching maturity, usually around the five-year mark. After blooming, the main plant dies, but you can transplant pups from around the base of the plant.