In this contemporary living room, white walls serve as a canvas for pink pillows and a light blue blanket. When paired with a golden floor lamp and other metallic accents, these items achieve a color scheme reminiscent of a sunset on the beach.
This fun girl's bedroom features lavender walls with a complementing rug in shades of purple. A globe chandelier with pinwheel-like design creates unique lighting and shadows. A soft pink blanket paired with bright, colorful pillows adds a playfulness perfect for a young room.
Painted rosebuds not only make a lovely addition to this little girl's room, but also help stimulate the baby's developing vision. Soft pink pillows and blankets decorate the crib for especially sweet dreams.
Soft pink walls, pretty floral prints and rich velvet blankets make this master suite decidedly feminine and romantic. A tufted headboard and gilded decor complete the space and invite the queen of the castle to relish in her surroundings.
This contemporary girl's bedroom mixes soft pink walls with brilliant colors and patterns. A purple blanket and green-and-blue throw pillows on the bed play off the floral pattern on the Roman shade. . A simple white nightstand holds a blue lamp and pink-and-green vases.
This sweet bedroom is a dream for a little girl who loves to play and read. Pale pink walls, a woven rug and a chalk-painted bed add loads of charm. Roman shades were fashioned from Pottery Barn drapes so all the window treatments would match. Hand-me-down baby blankets were repurposed as throw pillows for the pint-sized window seat.
Take a cheap white bowl (this one cost $2 at a Goodwill thrift shop) and add interest by filing it with a unique accessory: pink beads. Then don't forget mirrors, big or small, when decorating a living space. Designer Heather Hogan Roberts of Ivy and Vine used a mirrored tray underneath. Beyond the table, the woven basket holding blankets on the hearth used to be hidden behind a chair.
After a day of romping around on the island, children can enjoy a private outdoor space to unwind. Teak lounge chairs with turquoise cushions and a pink throw blanket bring the cheerful theme of the kids’ room outside.
Elegant pink blossoms blanket Yuki Cherry Blossom deutzia in spring, transforming this rounded shrub into a hummingbird magnet. Deer-resistant deutzia grows 12-24 inches tall and wide. Use it as a ground cover, a slope stabilizer or pathway edging. Hardy in Zones 5-8.
A pink patterned wallpaper and mirrored sconces on the crib wall create a beautiful statement wall in this girl's bedroom. Deep blue molding adds a complimentary color to the space while an elegant white crib is softly padded with pink details. A faux fur rug adds a gentle touch of texture.
This elegant bedroom suits a sophisticated teen, with the fun, golden clouds stationed above the soft, studded headboard of the bed. The room has a calm, white color palette, with pops of pink and yellow on the pillows and throw blanket.
False hydrangea earns its name because it unfurls flowers that resemble lacecap hydrangea blooms. This variety is sold as Rose Sensation (Schizophragma hydrangeoides ‘Minsens’) because the large petals (actually known as tepals) offer a deep, rose pink. Flowers appear in June and July. False hydrangea vine is a good choice for a part sun to part shade location—it’s often used in a woodland garden setting or north-facing garden. It’s a vigorous vine that’s well suited for trailing across a pergola or blanketing an arch with color. Vines grow 40 to 50 feet high and 6 to 9 feet wide. Hardy in Zones 5-9.