A gold throw pillow tops the blush and neutral tones on this striped armchair. The decorative table features gold geometric legs and a white tabletop dressed with striped candles. Pink wall art contributes additional pops of accent color to brighten the room.
This pink nursery is fit for a princess with a white iron crib, matching iron chandelier and floral pink and white arm chair. Pink painted walls and ceiling create a full color room with white crown molding, white paneling and arched white windows. A wood side table adds a counter to the pink theme, and darker pink bird wall decals are a fun, whimsical detail.
Designers wanted to create a glamorous space for this teen to hang out, so they added a white, modern dresser with gold accents to the space. Then, they used pink and gold details to make the space a bit more girly, and they brought in an elegant, white mirror to tie the design together.
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.
Light pink walls are capped with a patterned ceiling bringing a touch of green to the room. A striped floor matches the walls and adds deeper shades of pink. Hot pink letters personalize the wall above a beautiful white crib with pink details. The dresser and toy box match the crib for a fully girly design.
Under the desk sits a large cotton and wool upcycled patchwork rug made from old and used handmade traditional Anatolian carpets with different shades like raspberry, blue, brown and gray. Two retro faux-fur pink accent chairs with metal legs for visitors at the desk coordinate with the room’s blush ceiling.
It’s not surprising to find that art features heavily in this home, a unique loft-style apartment in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn. In the living room, a single oversized piece by painter Erin Lynn Welsh stands out against the exposed brick wall, taking full advantage of the home’s industrial stye. A mid-century modern side chair in pale pink and brass was a vintage find that helped to bring the look of the space together.