This has to be one of my recent favorites — I absolutely can't get enough of a pink and tangerine combination. I love the various shades of pink thrown in with spots of orange on an ikat-looking fabric.
I have admired this Braemore fabric for quite some time — there is something about the hand-drawn quality to the floral pattern that is refreshing. I adore the red tones paired against the pink.
I love fabrics that have a watercolor effect to them, such as this pretty example. It would be beautiful used to upholster a breakfast nook settee in a white kitchen.
Amy Butler always designs fun, modern florals and this fabric is no exception. I would love to see it as a shower curtain used in a light pink–painted bathroom.
This joyous suzani is so exuberant, it reminds me of pinwheels spinning in the air. Magenta and light pink look beautiful with chartreuse and just small hints of purple. This fabric would make quite a statement on an upholstered headboard in a young girl's bedroom.
This fabric is called Crazy Ol Bird, which I think is an apt name for it! Its loony birds are so whimsical, yet the color scheme keeps the fabric elevated. This fabric can be fun for a child or more sophisticated for an adult, with its slightly ethnic appeal.
Salmon is such a gorgeous shade of pink, and I love how it is paired with sand, taupe and green on this vintage floral fabric. I would paint a guest bedroom the sand color from the fabric and then use the fabric as curtains with green bedding — pretty!
Magenta pink looks fantastic against this deep brown background. A pair of club chairs upholstered in this fabric would be showstoppers!
This is a new-to-me fabric and I love it! It seems like something designer Katie Ridder would use and her rooms are always a mix of interesting pattern and color. I love this for a hip, slightly boho bedroom.
Crisp and tailored, pink and white stripes are preppy and fabulous!
This modern floral silhouette is the perfect way to use pink in a refreshing way. The colorway is feminine, but the contrast of the floral keeps the fabric from feeling old-fashioned.
Damask is a traditional motif, and it is especially lovely in a white and bright pink pattern. This would be perfect for a bench in a feminine dressing room.