In this master bedroom, two intensities of the vintage House & Garden color “Pink Pink” were combined with white for a look that was, somehow, not quite as cloying as you might expect.
The pink gingham checked fabric covered just about everything in the room — from the furniture to the walls, the bedding to the bed itself.
Flowers filled the room most of the year — always unfading varieties that decorated the space along with pink seashells and a floral Portuguese needlepoint rug.
The floor of this rosy 1970s bedroom was paved with white ceramic hexagonal tile with white grout.
The louvered look of the white shutters over the windows on two walls were echoed in the pleated look of the table lamp.
A coffee table made out of a slice from a tree trunk, along with the midnight blue table in the corner of the room, offered decorator-approved counterpoints to all of the pink.