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Pink can be a unisex home decorating option
Feb 14 2011
The winners of 2011's HGTV Dream House in Vermont were a bit perplexed when they
Pink has become a popular interior design choice for consumers looking for a warming glow.
heard that pink was going to be used in their master bedroom suite. Linda Woodrum is the designer of the dream homes, and decided the soothing hue could beautifully accent a morning's sunrise, according to The Kansas City Star.
"The architect described this beautiful intense pink sunrise where the view of the mountains is especially dramatic from the bedroom. I thought the wall color would be an emotional connection," Woodrum told the news source.
Pink has begun to cross established gender roles to encompass a wide array of emotive interior design choices. Designers have found that the uplifting color can bring a certain warmth to traditional and modern interiors. Kevin Sharkley, executive editorial director of decorating for Martha Stewart Living, has often painted the insides of lamp-shade liners pink, to create a soothing atmosphere.
Window treatments such as roller shades can add a functional accent to your home. Maximizing your light usage could save you money on utility bills and light-canceling varieties will make for a restful night's sleep. With blackout, sunscreen and light-filtering fabrics, roller shades can match any interior design scheme.
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