What’s not to love about the Valentine’s Day color palette? The colors for this holiday are happy, fun and vibrant. Also, with the right shade, EVERYONE looks good in pink!
I have been obsessed with this pink and red silk dress from Staud Clothing FOREVER!! It is simple and pretty, which is how I like my rooms 🙂 The second pantsuit is bolder with a strong silhouette. Knowing the way you dress, is important when planning out any room in your home. More than once, I have designed a room inspired by an outfit. This is also one reason I tell people “If you don’t like the way a designer dresses himself/herself, you will not like the way he/she dresses your home”.
My design interpretation of the color palette above would look something like this:
The black is a really important element in this design, as it serves to keep this room from looking overly sweet and juvenile. Mixing gold elements like the floor lamp, side table and mirrors give the room a luxe touch.
There are no shortage of pink and red elements available. These two colors (especially pink) have been hot in home decor for some time. Some decor Items I love for this color inspired room are :
Framed print, Red striped art, Poppy Art, Pink and Red swirl, Blush Art
Dot pillow, Mid Century chaise, Drapes, red pillow, geo table, red chair, pink pillow, red lamps, tulip pillow, side table, feather art, baskets
Would you ever do a room in this scheme? If you have, what was the element you feel made the biggest impact? If not, what is stopping you?
I hope you enjoyed my Valentine’s Day inspired post 🙂
Wishing you love and happiness this Valentine’s Day!