Full of candy colors, this cheerful open-air bubblegum pink sunroom was created in the mid-1970s for a Philadelphia home designer’s showcase.
Instead of looking like an ordinary covered porch, this retro place was furnished and decorated to make it easy to host a party any time.
The bright and lively color started at ground level with a plush pink and white shag rug to insulate the seating area from the cool, hard brick surface below. This one had a custom inset border stripe of the exact shade of yellow used in the rest of the room.
The two matching fabulous fabric patterns also covered the two DIY-decorated cubes that served as accent tables, as well as some of the many cushions. The other cute pillow covers were created of needlepoint, using the same color scheme.
In this solarium, the glass roof and walls meant that the cozy space was illuminated on sunny days as well as rainy twilights.
Finally, green shrubs and hanging pots of pink flowers provided the perfect combination of garden style with whimsical unicorn-friendly sherbet colors.