Breast Cancer Awareness: Pink in Your Home

Even though it is Halloween today, we think that most of us got that all out of our system over the weekend. However, if you’re still looking for holiday inspiration, check out our last blog posts here & here. As many of you know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. There are so many opportunities to get involved, donate, volunteer and support breast cancer victims & survivors at all times, but especially this month. (Scroll to the bottom of this post to see how you can help on the last day of this month.) To honor the generous research foundations and the extremely strong women and men that are fighting, we put together some of our favorite homes with pops of pink!

We love the combinations of textures in this space! The fluffy blanket draped on the “millennial pink” sofa with the exposed brick wall… this combination of rough & soft makes this space perfect.

This is another living room that has a great combination of rough textures with soft, feminine ones. The curved art-deco sofa next to the ├╝ber masculine Le Corbusier ottoman seated next to it.

What a cozy breakfast nook! This space has a few different shades of pink and also combines different styles with the brass legs on the chairs and the woven floor mat… We really would love to sit here for some coffee in the morning.

A good quality, imported, magenta rug is the perfect staple yet & perfect statement piece for any room in the house! We love the earthy materials & colors mixed with that huge pop of magenta!

Millennial pink is up again in a super airy, eclectic room! We love the rattan chair, that geometric wallpaper, the modern, gold light fixture, of course those beautiful plants adding so much life to the space.

For the past few decades now, people have been tearing apart 50’s bathrooms that are packed with peptobismol pink subway tiles. Now, it’s one of the hottest upcoming trends for an eclectic home, and we’re not scared to say that we’re fans.

This dining room is so luxe and glam (as is the rest of the home, click the photo for the whole space!) yet it has such vintage vibes that make it homey! That pink base with gold trim dining table really has me feeling some type of way.

The architecture of this home definitely has a lot of Swedish inspiration. And in many of these cases, you don’t see such bright colors making a statement. The teal armchairs against the millennial pink sofa somehow works; maybe because of the symmetry from the beams to the coffeee table books.

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