You'll see how lame of a blogger I am by this post. Last Aug 29, Beepinkaholic (from twitter) had a very simple request..
"can you please please feature a room that has pink as the main color? but not a nursery?"
Of course I said yes. I'm a sucker for pink.
About a month later, here I am doing the post. ONE WHOLE MONTH. What have I been doing? And only 5 post up by this time of the month is so pathetic. So here I'm doubling this Pink room post as sort of a pinky promise to all that I'll get this blog moving. Okay? okay.
Lets get to pink. I love pink. I had a pink room, twice. So how do we carry our love of pink to some level of maturity in terms of decorating? Here's how...
Using pink doesn't necessarily mean you'll make the room look juvenile. Like all colors, it has different shades and tones that would look lovely in an adult's space. Just avoid bubblegummish or baby pinkish pinks, add tons of grown-up furniture and accessories, and you're good to go.
To all pink lovers out there, pink room doesn't end at 13! It actually ends when you get hooked up. Unless your man is man enough to handle the color that depicts the essence girliness. Good luck with that!