Design Love: explore the feminine shade of pink
This February we are inspired by the color pink. From the shade you find on The Battery in Charleston to the iconic “Florida” pink, there is truly a shade for every personality and style.
Pink Colored Exteriors
Is there more of an iconic Florida pink than our very own Don CeSar in St. Petersburg, Florida? This architectural landmark exudes 20th century elegance.
Stone archways and pink are a killer combination on The Battery.
More pastels from The Battery.
Color Me Pink
Front doors are an incredible way to make a first impression. In other words, it is one of the best ways to put your style on display before even opening your home to guests.
A safe way to take on the brave “candy pink” shade is to surround it with minimalism. For instance, notice how the rest of this house is a muted color and the front door is perfectly framed with symetrical sconces and green aloe plants.
The perfect pink door found in Charleston. This salmon shade of pink is located at located at 126 Tradd street off of Broad Street. Charleston is full of some of the most beautiful front door and window styling there is.
The color “Dragonfruit” by Sherwin Williams was chosen for the front door of this Holmes Beach home designed by Orange Moon Interiors. The color pops against the soft sea blue siding and the lush Florida landscape. Therefore, it is the perfect color option for a beach front home.
This Florida home is a complete mid-century modern revival.
Pops of Pink
“There is something romantic about an aged pink.” – Kelly Kaiser, Owner and Lead Designer of Orange Moon Interiors
A touch of pink is never wrong:
These rich navy blue palm leaf curtains with pink pom trim were selected for one of our client’s beach front condominium on Longboat Key, Florida.
Draped In Love
This guest room is welcoming, soft, and luxurious. The shell pink colored drapes exude fine southern hospitality. This Atlanta home designed by Suzanne Kasler maintained focus on the guest bedrooms. Each were “grounded in white, and has a distinctive accent color: the palest pink in one, a silvery gray in the other.”
The French lifestyle is romantic and carefree. This dressing room from Elle UK takes an unrefined approach to lush pink drapes. We love how a crystal chandelier is used because it is a perfect pair the distressed drapes that frame the French doored balcony.
We hope you enjoyed our inspiring collection of all things pink. If you are looking to tastefully and seamlessly incorporate new colors into your home, click here to contact us today.