8.08.2012

FURNITURE // Piece of Pink


Love the bold pink piece of furniture in each of these spaces. 

But it's the painting in this space (above) belonging to designer Harriet Anstruther 
and photographer Henry Bourne in New York Times Magazine that has me drooling.
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Photo by Michel Dube, Style at Home

12 comments:

Ann said...

Pops of Pink is always beautiful.

Sense and Sequins said...

Love the first pink couch and the pink chair.

Nikki Rappaport said...

Yes, love! I did a post like this recently but with light pink. Any and all touches of pink are a win for me!

Grace - Stripes and Sequins said...

Stefan would never allow it, but I am obsessed with that chair!

A Dash of Detail said...

I love that pink couch- I would love to add it to my place!

Allyson [Mimosas in the Morning] said...

Definitely loving how these spaces pop!

Hitha said...

When we move into a bigger place, the first piece I'm going to add is SOMETHING bright pink. Even if it means spray painting my currently black plant stand...

ashley cooper said...

I am obsessed with pops of pink in any room. I love the first room the best. {P.S. I just love your blog!}
Have a great day dear.
-Ashley Cooper

www.design-parlor.blogspot.com

Meg Biram said...

@Ashley Thanks so much! Means a lot to me! xo

Kaitlyn (blue rooms-white houses) said...

Love all of these. I feel like you can't go wrong with pink. But this is coming from someone with magenta dining chairs.

Christine D. | The Plumed Nest said...

great collection! after 30+ years i am just now getting into pink! i have learned when used in a non-monochromatic way it can be pretty spectacular!

Miya @ Design Indulgences said...

Not to write a novel but I love this series too and after reading hers I feel like I'm not nearly as organized as I thought. I always enjoy her guest features over the blogworld cuz she has a genuine E-spirit. She's one of the mainstream bloggers who took time to reply to posts via email & on my blog (you too meg) & I appreciated that. Not that I need a reply back, because I reply to post I feel I have something of value to add regardless. However it's nice to know when people don't get so "big virtual headed" that they're too GOOD to check out the "lil ones" so to speak.

I also love how detailed she is in her replies. This was very informative and cant wait to check out some of those apps/sites.

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