Since pinks are often seen around this “holiday” we call Valentine’s Day, I thought I’d share some "Valentines-ish" photos with you. Pink can be scary if it’s not typically a color you go to, but, there are countless ways to bring pink (big or small!) into your home interior.
Ecros Pink: A favorite pink around here. See this post about a girls' dresser painted in this beautiful pink color here: Pretty in Pink: Girl's Dresser Reveal
More pink paint, in "Hot Pink" by Behr. In Sheboygan there is a gigantic cabinet adorned in this bold pink! See that post here: Evolution of a cabinet
Here’s a blast from the past…..a glimpse of the giant cabinet during its transformation back in 2015.....
And of course you'll find pink decor somewhere in the Nienhuis nest (yep, even with three boys)…...
A while back I shared a tutorial on how to make your own monogram wall art. Here is ours.....in pink (is there any other color option for "Nienhuis" monogrammed art?)....You can see that turorial here: Accessorize your wall with this simple monogrammed wall art tutorial
A splash of pink on the widows is always welcome. Speaking of these panels.....see my super easy tutorial on creating your own no-sew window panels using this simple trick. Catch that tutorial here: Easiest window panels this side of the Mason Dixon
Before I begin a painting project, I'll take a picture of the paint against a bold backdrop. Why? Because I cannot resist a freshly opened can of paint against a visually interesting back ground. Check out this bold pink back drop:
And another "flat lay" picture.....paired with a patterned backdrop…containing pink:
Rolling out this giant pink rug was a treat....
"Ecros pink" by Sherwin Williams make another appearance on this dresser drawer....
Adding a splash of pink to a small furniture accent is always a treat…..
And lastly, Novo Decor's LOGO! It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a......pink butterfly. Butterflies represent new life; fitting for a thrfiting junkie who loves re-creating spaces!
I hope you were inspired with today’s post. Even if you’re not a pink person, incorporating it in small doses is sure to brighten your house right up.
Because pink isn’t just for Valentine’s Day!