Sure, it's a pink kitchen but the white TOTALLY tones it down. Hip men would eat here. And enjoy the space as much as the food. Right?
Uber-femme? Yep. Over the top (in a good way)? Yep. Awesome. Hell yes.
I chose this photo as an example of the enormous amount of Vavoom! a small dose of hot pink adds to any space. Just a little goes a long way. For example, the Tube Top Lamp from YLighting.
Again, that one little hint of hot pink makes such a huge impact. Like Patti LaBelle's stage hair circa 1982.
Another daring designer! I am in love with this woman for taking such a big risk in a teeny space. Flocked wallpaper is definitely more of a she thing but I think guys appreciate the texture and the scale. Or am I totally wrong? Check out this hot pink paper for a steal at only $60 per roll.
Ducduc! The most brilliant manufacturer of modern kids' room furniture. I commend them again and again for their great use of bold color. In addition to awesome pieces available in hot pink, they also sport the perfect orange and the perfect blue. Plus, their furniture is so cool, adults can use it in their own rooms once little JoJo ain't so little anymore.
Girly but not offensive to men. Maybe it's the silver tone of the table and the midcentury-ness of the swivel chairs?
Yeah, this is a girly-ish space but it's not really dainty or uber-feminine. My two cents? I think it's the ebony floors, unfussy fabrics and chunky white that de-lady the otherwise girlpower color. "Eros Pink" from Sherwin-Williams is pretty much spot-on with these walls.
Hot pink and dove grey. SICK. I think this works because of its overall sparse mood and the scale of each meticulously chosen piece. Great matches for both of these colors, paint-wise, are "Passive" and "Cherries Jubilee," both from Sherwin-Williams.