Laura chooses fabrics & accessories for Charleston homes!
When we asked our in-house Interior Designer, Laura, if she had any recent projects that incorporated pink, it was a quick and enthusiastic response! Why? Because pink is becoming such a staple in home design palettes. It pairs so well with many neutrals and patterns. Laura had several projects to share! Get inspired and then stop in and see us! Laura would be happy to help you with your fabric selections!
This wing back chair features Robert Allen – Gem Palace in color Rhubarb. 100% Cotton.
Not a true pink, but we’re loving these side chairs from Dexter Furniture in the P/Kaufmann fabric Heirloom Carpet – color Chianti. 77% Cotton; 23% Polyester.
These gorgeous drapery panels add so much dimension to this neutral space. The Ikat pattern draperies in coral and lavender is Lacefields Marrakesh – color Firefly. Laura chose a P/Kaufmann fabric called Double Dare in Raspberry for the beautiful pillows!
How about these hot pink and green floral drapery panels? They are Richloom fabrics – color Elisha Berry. 55% Linen; 45% Rayon.
This gorgeous coverlet was used in a young girl’s room. The fabric is by Braemore – Metropolitan linen in raspberry color.
These monogrammed pillows were a lime green texture with a coral pink lettering. The color matches the coral in the striped pillow in front of it, which is an MTL promenade meadow fabric.
Interested in using pink in your home? Kimberly recently shared with us seven ways to easily incorporate it in home design – take a look at this quick read. And, remember, you can get your pink fabrics and home accessories on sale with 20% off until October 31. Plus, we’re still donating proceeds of this sale to the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure! It’s our Pretty in Pink Sale – details here.