Pink is a pale red color, which takes its name from the flower of the same name. According to surveys in Europe and the United States, pink, especially when combined with white or pale blue, is the color most commonly associated with femininity, sensitivity, tenderness, childhood, and the romantic. Pink is sometimes associated with extravagance and a wish to be noticed. We just call it “lovely” and perfect for using when wishing to spruce up your beach home interior.
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Designer Krista Ewart gave her sister’s bungalow on Southern California’s Balboa Island a makeover with plenty of color, scallops, polka-dots, and animal motifs — all on a background of crisp white. Originally featured in House Beautiful Magazine.
This Pink cabinet was featured on Iron Fish Art’s blog. We like the idea of displaying old fishing rods on the wall!
Pink Dining Room with Turquoise accents by Sarasota Interior Design.
Tiny beach houses, technically cabanas but the Pink one is our favorite!
Salmon pink french doors welcome you home! The entryway features pink flamingo artwork, a pink zig-zag light fixture, and black and white tile flooring.
An adorable surfer girl bedroom with fun pink accents like a hanging surfboard.
This Florida beach cottage features a seashell mosaic bathtub as well as pink and orchid walls.
A pink beach cottage in the Bahamas. This is what we call serious “beach front” living!
A pink sofa really “pops” in this modern beach house.
India Hicks’ living room also features a pink sofa!
All photos via Pinterest