Maybe it’s the fact that I bought a pink coffee table this year, or that I’ve taken to writing only using pink Le Pens, but I’ve been embracing my girly side lately. So when we were at Brimfield, I found myself captivated by pink. I love the patina of the pinks on these vintage finds. And while I didn’t come home with anything pink, it did get me thinking of others ways I could sneak a little pink into my decorating scheme. -Amy Azzarito
Image above: I’d love to see this pink mirror on a dark gray wall.
Image above: The lines of this pink stool make it pretty fantastic.
Image above: A fantastic find: pink dining room chairs!
More pink from Brimfield after the jump!
Image above: You could line these pink baskets and use them as kitchen storage. Or leave them unlined and use them next to the fireplace for wood storage.
Image above: Minus the frame, this would make great artwork for a kid’s room.
Image above: If I only I had the room for this, it would make such a great kitchen island.
Image above: If you were handy (or have a handy person in your life), you could build a storage unit around these drawers, or hang one upside down and use as a floating nightstand.
Image above: Pink Pyrex = perfect mixing bowl.
Image above: Some tender loving care (and a bit of rewiring) and these fixtures could make a great statement in a home with high ceilings.
Image above: Perfect bedside, living room – or any room – rug, with a hit of pink, of course.
Image above: A pink clothes stand could be great storage (once the rust is cleaned off, of course).