Think Pink! (And Save the Ta-Tas.)

You’re probably all aware that October is breast cancer awareness month. And I hope that even if you don’t care for pink, you’re sporting it proudly in your outfits, accessories, homes, and offices. More than likely, you know someone who has been affected by breast cancer (women and men of all ages are diagnosed with breast cancer every day), and while there’s not a cure yet, each day we’re one step closer to eradicating this disease. For more information on preventative screenings, research, and to learn how you can help in the fight against breast cancer, please visit Susan G. Komen for the Cure at http://ww5.komen.org/.

And now back to your regularly scheduled program. PINK! No, it doesn’t have to be a particular shade. In this room by Ronique Gibson, just a few touches of a purplish-pink do the trick.

10 Home Staging Tricks to Help Your Home Sell Quicker from Interior Design, Home & House Design, Furniture by RoniqueGibson

If you have girls, using pink is easy in your designs. Just let your creativity flow like this pink and red tee-pee. It’s the perfect place for reading.

A Happy House and A Good Reminder (for me) from Simple Lovely by joslynt@gmail.com (Joslyn)

This room from Cool Hunting isn’t shy about pink. Or about the lighting. Check out the awesome light fixtures.

American Fashion Designers at Home from Cool Hunting by Anna Carnick

It’s not Barbie’s house but it could be yours. This pretty pink kitchen is from 6th Street Design School. Jealous much?

Beach House Bliss from 6th Street Design School- Virtual Easter Basket by Kirsten Krason2 copy

Pink is most associated with the feminine mystique and all the wonderful things that go along with that but it’s also associated with romance, charm, a playful nature, and strength. Sounds like a great reason to use pink in your bedroom. Thanks, Design Sponge.

best of- bedrooms (part two) from Design*Sponge by grace

Ok, so I admit I’m not a huge fan of pink (hold your tomatoes). It’s because I wore it so much when I was little that I think I overdosed (think of hot pink and neon green shirts complete with stirrup pants and side ponytail). But I would totally steal this door.

Colorful Entry Doors- Yellow, Blue, Pink, Green & Purple Inspiration Roundup from Apartment Therapy Los Angeles by Marcia Prentice

A little pink in your workspace makes it fun and you can’t possibly be in a bad mood when you sit on this pink bench…or that yellow chair. Instant no-pout zone thanks to Décor8.

decor8 Heidi Lerkenfeldt

The great peeps at Design Milk showcased this Spanish room and I think the stripes of color on the ceiling is a great way to bring some personality to a large open room.

Dwelling in Pozuelo de Alarcón in Spain by A-cero from Design Milk by Jaime

I would have stolen a truck-load of Girl Scout cookies when I was 8 to have this room. I can just imagine the pajama parties. Not a safe feather pillow in the house.

freshome Mind Blowing Building Facade - Kiefer Technic Showroom »« Simone Micheli’s Shift Chair Beautiful Little Girls Bedroom with a Fairy-tale Ambiance

Gray, Pink, and Yellow…a good combination for the more sophisticated designer.

Glamorous greys and other gorgeous decorating ideas... from decorology by Ashley

Spiral staircase of joy, courtesy Apartment Therapy. My question is…how many calories do you think you could burn running up and down this for 15 minutes? Totally worth it.

Hot Pink Punch from Apartment Therapy DC by Leah Moss

Here’s another fun table from Design Crisis. I also really like the blue lamp. Fun!

I Really Love My… from Design Crisis by erin

It’s oh-so-subtle but I love the light pink shades of the wall and chair.

living in the pink. from sfgirlbybay by victoria

Here’s a great idea if you just don’t want to paint an entire room pink (and good for your for not succumbing to the begging). Use pink for furniture and bedding. She’ll probably change her mind next year and want purple anyway.

Lotus Bleu from 6th Street Design School- Virtual Easter Basket by Kirsten Krason

Yes, this is a kindergarten. Yes, I would love to ride a tricycle right now.

Bonnard Woeffray Architectes from Arch Daily by Nico Saieh

Chic and sleek. I like the pink against the salmon-colored wall. It’s feminine but the clean lines and limited patterns make the room seem larger than it is.

Ode to My Deco- In the Pink! from sfgirlbybay by sfgirlbybay2

A few hints of pink against a classy white backdrop and voila! You have a cool sitting room from Cote de Texas.

Pink House, Part III from COTE DE TEXAS 2 copy

This lovely bedroom is from Katiedid. Stripes are pretty easy to paint if you have enough tape and patience.

Pink Projects from katiedid by katiedid

Darker pink legs liven this space up. Cute little eat-in area from Apartment Therapy.

Pretty In Pink- It's Not So Bad After All from Apartment Therapy DC by Kristen Lubbe

This summer house is easy as can be to decorate. Just change the accent pillows and a few accessories around and you’re ready for any season.

Serene Summer House in White, Pink and Blue from Interior Design, Home & House Design, Furniture by Lavinia

Feel like being bold? What about a deep pink? It works great with brown and black.

sneak peek best of- bedrooms (part 3) from Design*Sponge by grace

Here’s another examples of how a few accessories can really stand out in a larger room.

Start Me Up from The Estate Of Things by Sarah

Very cool chairs. And I bet they’re really comfortable, too.

Strong Modernism with a Pinch of Colour by The Apartment from Interior Design, Home & House Design, Furniture by Adriana

A bright note to end on: an orange and pink bedroom by Apartment Therapy. It’s so happy, you wouldn’t even mind your kids jumping on the bed.

Vibrant Pink & Orange from Apartment Therapy Main by Sparrow King

We hope you’ve enjoyed today’s splash of pink! Remember that you can make a difference in the fight against breast cancer by helping with fundraising, donating, purchasing pink ribbon products, or simply showing your support by wearing pink.

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