Let it be known that pink accents can work wonders in a formal dining room. Here, two pink chairs instantly brighten the neutral walls -- though their Chinoiserie-inspired print ensures that they still look sophisticated -- while a saturated pink area rug brings some warmth to the hardwood floors.
When you have a bathroom with gorgeous wallpaper, like this chinoiserie print, you don’t have to splurge on the countertop or sink details. Atlanta designer Michele Gratch installed a faucet from a home improvement store with an antique bronze finish and a tiny vase with fresh roses to match the wall’s pink palette.
Though it features sensible gray walls and a traditional fireplace, this dining room uses a boho basket, pink Chinoiserie-inspired chairs and two colorful, contemporary rugs to avoid feeling too stiff or serious. A tall, antique cabinet adds height to the space and keeps entertaining essentials at the ready.
This lush, imaginative sitting room was inspired by Norfolk, England's Houghton Hall. The wallpaper's beautiful patterns and colors come even more alive paired with a shiny pink sofa. Antiques fill tabletops, walls and corners with their stories.
On the other side of the family room, a plush pink armchair cozies up next to a built-in bookshelf, creating a colorful reading corner. A golden floor lamp sits within easy reach and casts a warm glow across the space at night.
The master bedroom has been designed to be a restful retreat. A mix of carved elements, Chinoiserie lamp shades and custom pillows have been used to craft a room that feels like a Parisian getaway. The pink pillows on the bed were designed by Camille. The ombre fringe in shades of coral and purple adds a colorful touch to the bed.