Take the formality out of your dining room with a more casual approach to setting the table. In place of fine china and monogrammed napkins, try using colorful cloth napkins, bright placemats and melamine plates and bowls.
Muted greens and pinks have been a go-to combination for girls’ rooms for years. Take this classic combination to the next level by upping the saturation and instead pairing grass green with hot pink. To tone the combination down a few notches, throw a sand tone into the mix.
The vaulted ceiling creates a picture-perfect frame for this colorful, eclectic living room. A gray fireplace pops off the pink wallpapered wall behind it while patterned accent pillows and a speckled rug are visual confetti in the heart of the room.
Natural light illuminates this modern home office which includes two pink acrylic chairs positioned behind a wood desk with white metal legs. Pink tulips fill a light green garden pot and sit atop the desk, while a bright blue lamp on a nearby metallic end table provides a pop of color.
We love the way soft greens and muted pinks have a way with each other. Pairing chartreuse with white gives the room a bright, clean and fun tone. The pink padded headboard, MCM tulip table, and white vase with pink peonies give this bedside space a posh look.
Natural light illuminates this stylish home office with a modern wood desk that has metal legs and a gray desk chair. Pink tulips are arranged atop the desk, while a gray and white striped upholstered armchair is positioned close by. A blue and tan polka dot painting adds a finishing touch.
The pink and green color palette in this bedroom will transition with your little girl as she grows into a tween. The modular headboard, fabricated from white chenille, serves as a backdrop for the colorful palette in the curtains and pillows.
A glass table takes up less visual space than a wooden one while still providing ample room for cereal and homework. A vase of pink tulips provides a lively and welcoming contrast to the neutral decor chosen for the breakfast nook by Tiffany Brooks, Boris Eckey and Jeribai Tascoe for HGTV Star Season 8. Rustic wooden shelves make use of an empty corner and provide much-needed storage space.