“Pale pink salmon is the only colour I cannot abide––although, naturally, I adore pink. I love the pale Persion pinks of the little carnations of Provence and Schiaparelli’s pink, the pink of the Incas…And though it’s so vieux jeu I can hardly bear to repeat it––pink is the navy blue of India.” so said celebrated Harpers Bazaar and Vogue Fashion Editor, Diana Vreeland. I am not sure what Persion is but anyway thought you might enjoy a quote! Pink is enjoying a moment in interiors and is such a great colour to use, from vibrant fuchsia to palest powder pink, it goes with everything. Here's a few examples I've found of some lovely things.
Aren't these fab? The quilted design on the plastic makes them that little bit different.
St Tropez chairs from £187 calligaris.com
How cool does this look? Love that show-stopping deep pink border above the green, and who would have thought that black would work with it? And that perfectly placed artwork pulls all the colours together - spot on. Pink: Leather, Green:Green Verditer, Window,littlegreene.com
This Deep Dream Loveseat is the perfect Schiaparelli pink and in this season's favourite fabric - velvet. £1297 grahamandgreen.co.uk
This painted chest is such a great shape! It reminds me of the armoire that comes alive in Disney's Beauty and the Beast! Voluptuous. Distressed chest, £550 outthereinteriors.com
Fall asleep and have sweet dreams in this pretty Blush Pink Linen bedlinen from a newish company with THE best name! pigletinbed.com
Add a blast of fuchsia to a neutral scheme with a silk lampshade, perched perfectly on a sea blue glass lamp base from pooky.com
These brass platters are so useful for all sorts of things and come in these gorgeous complementary colours Or you could add colour with your food, those figs are to die for, £65 for 2 nisiliving.co.uk
A little bit folklore, these cushions have ethnic design panels to add just the right amount of pattern and in a great colour combination too. Chaw rectangular cushion £60 and Nya, £50 kalinko.com
Guess where these are from? No? White Stuff. Who would have thought? They have extended their homewares range to include these jewel coloured candle holders, £17.50 each. Lovely. whitestuff.com