Bands of fuchsia, pewter and bubblegum pink appear extra-crisp and clean against white moldings. Geometric accents, from the side table to the pendant lamp and wall art, energize the space.
A double dose of electric color prevents this dark gray room from feeling too cavernous. I love the way the hot pink coffee table feeds off the yellow artwork, and vice versa. Each of these strong elements helps to balance the other.
I can't decide what I love most about this home office. Is it the cleverly repurposed closet space, or the way the warm pink walls glow like the inside of a seashell? The iconic tulip table? The disco ball? No matter which tops the list, this one's a stunner all the way around.
Color doesn't always have to be permanent. Pink flowers soften this streamlined space and pick up the hues in the pillow — just enough color to wake up the white.
What could have been a very traditional living area (the symmetry, the armchairs, et al) gets an update from a sizzling fuchsia print. Turquoise accents create a new take on another classic color combo: pink and blue.
Can't you just see Marilyn lounging on one of the chairs in this swanky sitting area? Barely-there gray on the walls lets the magenta upholstery steal the spotlight.
Pink accents repeat throughout this bedroom, from the pillows to the picture frame. Although each is small on its own, they add up to striking effect when combined.
I'd have killed for this candy-striped bathroom as a little girl (and I wouldn't say no to it as a grown woman, either). The sophisticated lines keep it from being too sweet, yet those giraffes add just the right top note of whimsy.
This living space is as luscious as a scoop of raspberry sorbet in a silver dish. A whisper of restrained gray tames the deep, rich pinks to create a soothing sanctuary.