Happy Valentine’s Day bunnies! While not normally one for holiday themed posts (so much pressure!) I thought today would be a perfect opportunity to join the Pantone Color of the Year bandwagon. For those not in the know, 2014’s winning color is a rather fascinating shade of dusty mauve. But who wants to be hemmed with a single color? And so, for the purposes of this post, I’ve taken a few liberties – stretching radiant orchid from the palest shades of pink the the deepest of purples. Who knew this little girl’s favorite could look so chic? Above – a retro-glam pink door marks the entrance to a Palm Springs vacation home. Interior design by Moises Esquenazi and Associates.
A decidedly quirky large scale photo by Stewart Cohen adds an unapologetic shot of pink and salmon to an otherwise neutral Atlanta entryway. Interior design by Barbara Hill. Photo by Gregory Miller via Dwell.
Designer Sarah Richardson warms up this old-world inspired bath with a barely there shade of pink paint. Photo by Stacey Brandford.
A to-the-floor dusty pink coverlet adds some softness to a large spare bedroom. Photo by Chris Warnes via The Design Files.
Welcome to the Manhattan living room of Walter Schupfer and Gina Goldman. The hint of pink on the walls sets off trim detailing while the deeper shade of mauve on the rug adds a still neutral richness. Architecture by Timothy Archambault; interior design by Nina Seirafi. Photo by Pieter Estersohn via Elle Decor.
A mottled mauve rug grounds this Paris living room designed by Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty of Studio Ko. Photo by Yannick Labrousse via AD France.
Love is this dreamy Dmitriy & Co. Custom Chelsea Square Sofa upholsted in pink velvet.
The kitchen in this large London flat is kept cozy with a velvety shade of purple paint.
All this could be yours (along with the rest of the flat) for a mere £3,500,000 (approx. $5,827,850). Photos via PrimeLocation.com
A rosy shade of silk wallpaper adds a flattering warm glow to this Notting Hill bedroom designed by Sweden born, London based designer, Staffan Tollgard.
A delicately cut and sculpted purple leather wall by London based artist Helen Murray sets off the reception desk at the St. Regis Hotel in Aspen. Interior design by Rottet Studio. Photo by Eric Laignel.