Deep blue trim frames this bright and stylish girl's bedroom as well as matches the built in shelf unit covering one wall. A raspberry pink stripe on the ceiling, upholstered desk bench, throw pillow and small decorative details create a beautiful pop of accent color throughout the room. The gray carpet and chair keeps the room looking light without using a monochromatic white palette.
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.
Raspberry pink is incorporated in this stylish girl's room design to complement the deep blue color of the built in shelving unit. A gray upholstered armchair, faux fur rug and contemporary bench bring a sophisticated style to the room.
Linen baskets create an organized and stylish storage system in the white shelves of this large built in unit. The deep blue color is complemented with a raspberry pink accents panel and upholstered desk bench. A glass top over the desk adds a polished finish to the piece.
Blue molding matches a full-wall built in shelving unit with white shelves and raspberry pink backboard. A pink upholstered desk bench and pink decorative details continue the raspberry accent color throughout the room. White walls, a light gray carpet and a faux fur rug keep the room light and feminine in the natural illumination from the window.
The homeowner's existing light linen sofa and gray, ivory and blue area rug were the jumping off points for this room's pale palette. To add punch and life, designers layered raspberry pink into the color scheme via two X-base stools and accent pillows.
Bright pinks are iconic when it comes to spring colors. Put a fresh spin on pink by opting for raspberry which has a mix of red and gray undertones. An excellent new neutral to pair it with is stone gray.
A deep blue built in unit and matching molding is brightened by the white walls and ceiling of the room and complemented by pops of raspberry pink decorative details. Linen baskets create an organized storage system while the remaining shelves are beautifully decorated with personal touches. A button wall canvas and jar-base lamp bring subtle touches of texture to the room.
Bee balm, also known as Oswego tea, explodes with floral fireworks in summer. The flowers attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds and make a terrific addition to the summer vase. Plants grow best in full sun to part shade with consistently moist soil. Bee balm comes in a variety of plant sizes and colors, including lavender, pink and bright purple. Rabbit- and deer-resistant plants grow 12 to 36 inches tall and 14 to 18 inches wide. Hardy in Zones 4-9. Good vase companions for bee balm: anise hyssop, coreopsis, zinnia and garden phlox.
Using a large taupe damask wallpaper keeps this second floor master bedroom feeling fresh and updated but still traditional. Touches of raspberry pink bring a little femininity to the room while a seating area provides a place to relax. Mixing a custom skirt, duvet and shams with a new headboard and antique desk, chair and lamp creates a timeless element of style.
Converting a home office into a bedroom meant designer Jennifer Foster to had to furnish the room again. Her designer tip in these situations is to purchase big-ticket items from decor collections for teens, which are typically cheaper. To save money on this renovation, Foster turned to home decor retailers and online outlets. The canopy bed cost less than $1,000, and the white bedding is just the right base to switch out the raspberry accessories when it’s no longer a favorite hue.
This pre-teen girl's bedroom was redone as a departure from the "princess" theme using bright raspberry and purple hues. A bold accent wall with floral wallpaper and funky upholstery on the window seat offer a graphic punch to the space, while a padded headboard gives the bed a touch of elegance.
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.
'Flawless' is a Flora-Tea rose, a special type of rose developed by the Jackson & Perkins Company that combines the best characteristics of hybrid teas and floribundas. The plants have pastel pink, fully double blooms with a raspberry fragrance. The flowers grow almost 4 inches across on long stems and open in waves throughout the summer. ‘Flawless’ tolerates the heat and humidity in southern and western gardens.
David Austin English Rose James L. Austin has perfectly-formed flowers in an unusual shade of deep reddish-pink that's spectacular among garden companions in shades of blue, purple, grey, green and cream. The flowers form large rosettes with a classic button eye of the sort long associated with the Old Roses (especially the antique Gallicas and Albas). The dense petals shrug off bad weather. Its delicious fragrance is fruity, evoking blackberry and raspberry with hints of lemon zest and almond. See davidaustinroses.com.
Bee balm (Monarda didyma) is a buffet of color and activity in the garden, beckoning all kinds of pollinators, including hummingbirds, butterflies and bumblebees. This bloomer kicks off the flower show in midsummer, ultimately sending up multiple flowers from a single stem. It makes a great addition to a bouquet, lasting a week or more in a vase. Bee balm comes in a host of colors, including pink, lavender, purple and red shades. Choose varieties that have good powdery mildew resistance. Look for varieties from short to this average size ‘Raspberry Wine’ bee balm, which grows 36 to 48 inches tall by 18 inches wide. Hardy in Zones 4-8.