This kitchen has so much fun with colors and contrast. A pink Southwestern-style rug goes surprisingly well with the floor's geometric pattern. In the cabinetry, glass upper cabinets get a happy pink interior. Chefs will be delighted with the Wolf range.
The architectural details in this dining room allow for a fun splash of color on the domed ceiling and butler's wing. The Greek key wallpaper is light and neutral, balancing the boldness of the hot pink. A white chandelier offers the perfect touch of elegance.
Instead of a ho-hum headboard, this girl's room goes dramatic with a pair of dark pink curtains framing in a graphic patterned panel. More bold patterns are featured on the wallpapered accent wall and the rug.
The goals for the playroom design? Practicality, lots of comfy seating, clutter control and flexibility (the owners wanted a room that could be adapted as kids get bigger). A cozy built-in bench handily solved two of the needs, upholstered in performance fabrics for better durability and easy cleaning.
This kitchen isn't huge, but it has tons of personality and functionality. Designers turned the stairwell wall into a bright gallery and tucked a cafe table into one corner for casual meals. The base of the handsome petite island is Eucalyptus wood.
The combination of pink and white with aqua accents is fresh and preppy in this sweet and feminine nursery. The white crib is decorated with an aqua damask bumper, pink sheet and white pleated crib skirt. Delicate white furniture and built-in storage contrasts well with the knotty pine floors.
An accent wall with a marbled pattern in shades of pink and white is a dynamic backdrop for this girl's bedroom. The decadent hues are pulled into the room via the beds, desk chairs and the shade's trim.
This fun girls' bedroom features a small white daybed complete with a pink throw and pink and white polka dot accent pillow. Polished concrete floors add an industrial touch, while a neutral area rug provides a comfortable spot for playing. Two natural wood bookshelves are positioned on either side of the bed.
Look for hidden surprises under book jackets. Designer Heather Hogan Roberts found a mutual pink palette by pairing up a book with a dust cover and a bare book, then topped it with a piece of cheap coral.