25 Ways to Enjoy the Color Pink

In case you don’t know it yet, pink is my favorite color. I’m not a girly-girl though, I’m more of a tomboy … who likes pretty things. It doesn’t make sense and I don’t try to figure it out. Pink isn’t always frilly and feminine. It can even be used as a neutral color if it has enough brown in it. Today I’m sharing 25 ways to enjoy the color pink, with a little help from my friends.

25 Ways to Enjoy the Color PinkAre you ready to get your pink on?


Pink carnations in blue mason jar make a happy centerpieceWe’ll start with cheery pink carnations tucked in a blue Ball mason jar with baby’s breath.

Pink flowers always make me feel happy when I’m feeling blue.


Pink Wood Heart by Liz Marie BlogA cute wooden heart with a smaller pink heart by Liz Marie Blog is perfect for Valentine’s Day.


Pretty Pink Heart BannerMore pink hearts in the form of a banner by Jamie at So Much Better with Age.


Valentine Heart BannerI made my own pink paper heart banner for my Valentine’s Day Vignette.


Tassel banner by AKA DesignShannon at AKA Design made this adorable pink and gray tassel garland with her girls.


Polka Dot Banner by Ella ClaireLove this little polka dot banner with touches of pink by Kristen at Ella Claire.


Pink Painted VanityMoving onto furniture, I love this pink vanity by Rachel at Shades of Blue Interiors!


Pink Mermaid DresserDanielle at Finding Silver Pennies created this cute pink mermaid dresser.


Pink Desk by Finding Silver PenniesShe also painted this very pretty desk in pink. I love this shade … it’s a soft, romantic pink.


DIY Frosted Pink Votive Candle HoldersI recently shared how to make these pink frosted votive candle holders.

I’ve since given them to my daughter … who also loves pink.


Pink upholstered dining chairsLOVE these pink upholstered dining chairs by Jennifer at The Chronicles of Home.

It’s such a fun yet sophisticated look. I love unexpected decorating touches like this!


Pink Decor in a Farmhouse Dining RoomAnd here’s my farmhouse dining room with touches of pink.


Pink Party DetailsWhen I think of parties, I always think of pink.

Jamie at So Much Better with Age shares adorable pink party touches.


Betty Crocker Princess PartyYou’ll find more pink party details from Kristen at Ella Claire.


Party Chandelier and Pink Print CurtainsAlice at Thoughts from Alice also shares subtle touches of pink to a woodland party.

All three of these bloggers have little girls so it makes sense to use a bit of pink.

My granddaughter Zoe’s birthday parties always look like a pink explosion!


sugar-spice-printablesMore pink party details and free sugar and spice printables from Kristen at Ella Claire.


Strawberry Julius in Mason Jars

Where there’s a party there’s food!

How about serving my Strawberry Julius recipe?


Valentine's Day Sugar CookiesServe my pink sugar cookies at the party too!

Or just make them for yourself to enjoy.


Girls' Bunk Beds with Pink BeddingWe can’t talk about the color pink without talking about a girl’s bedroom!

Shannon at AKA Design used bold pink bedding in her girls’ bedroom.


Pink Nursery by So Much Better with AgeWhile Jamie at So Much Better with Age used a soft pink for her daughter’s nursery.


Pink Ticking CurtainsJamie also shares how to sew these pretty pink ticking curtains.


Paper Flower WreathWhile we’re on the subject of DIY, Shannon at AKA Design shows how to make this pretty spring wreath that has just a few touches of pink flowers.


Pink Gerbera Daisy Flower ArrangementI think the easiest way to enjoy the color pink is with flowers.

Pink Gerbera Daisies are one of my favorites!


Flower and Styling TipsDanielle at Finding Silver Pennies shares some floral and styling tips that she learned from none other than Matthew Mead! He recently photographed her home for his new magazine, Upcycled Style, on shelves this March. Can’t wait to see her home in the magazine!


Pink Victorian HouseLast on the list of 25 ways to enjoy the color pink is a collection of pink houses!

I don’t know about you, but I think pink is the perfect color for this sweet Victorian home!

So tell me … do you enjoy the color pink?


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  1. I LOVE all your touches in pink! Thank you so much for including several pieces of furniture I painted and for the shout out about our magazine feature! Matthew had great tips! We’re very excited about his new magazine! x

  2. Hi Jennifer,
    I adore the colour pink. I love having Pink Tea Parties and wearing the palest colour blush, barely there pink lipstick, pale pink roses on my table set with Pink Depression Glass and my Johnson Bros. Rose Chintz plates. Yes I adore pink. The list is longer. I especially love the first image of the Victorian pink house. Thank you for sharing all these lovely things. I am looking forward to Valentine’s Day and my birthday so that I can share my pink with everyone I love. Have a wonderful day!


  3. I also love pink……and now in my own home, I can add touches of it anywhere I please!!! Pink flowers are a favorite and they add softness to any decor. The color always makes me feel good!!!

  4. I, like you, consider myself a “girly tomboy”, and I love touches of the color pink throughout my home, and I love to wear pink.
    Thanks for the pink inspiration!

  5. I love tall the pink ideas, but the one I pinned is the Valentine banner hanging on windows in the photo about the wooden heart. I like it so much that I am going to get up from my computer and go make one right now.

  6. Oh I love pink! I scatter it through out my home. I think that a man who is okay with pink and ruffles is very manly, says my granddaughter. LOL Lovely ideas and the house is perfect. Jo

  7. I love pink in soft touches. I especially love pink flowers, and the picture of your dining room with pink touches is just breathtaking. I think pink is so peaceful, when its soft and used to just add a blush here and there.