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How to Make Pink and Red Get Along
Houzz Contributor. Fresh out of journalism school, I fell into decorating media and immediately discovered a new passion. An Atlanta native, I spent several years as an editor for Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles magazine before making the leap to national publications and websites such as Houzz, Better Homes and Gardens and Southern Accents. I live in Birmingham, Alabama, with my husband and son, who’ve gotten used to coming home and finding the furniture rearranged. When I'm not dragging case goods across the floor, I enjoy good food and wine, college football, music of all kinds, and traveling.
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• Choose hues with similar intensity.
• Layer in a liberal dose of neutrals.
• Keep undertones similar.
• Stick with washed-out shades.
• Team them with other brights.
• Show off their sweet side.
• Use a graduated effect.