A Hint of Pink for the Home

Recently, the editors of Remodelista got a bit obsessed with the color pink. To keep it from being too girly, they realized the color has to be perfectly pale; just a tinge of blush. Then it’s not too cloying and too overtly feminine. Here are four low-commitment ways to bring a hint of pink into the boudoir.

Above: For a similar coverlet, consider the washed linen crepe Aspen Thermal Coverlet in Poudre from Calypso Home. Photo by Romain Ricard.

Above: For a similar duvet cover, consider the Eileen Fisher Washed Linen Bedding Collection, available in Rosewater, made of pure linen with picot detailing and raw-edge double fringe on pillowcases and the flat sheet. Photo via Rose & Crown.

Above: Bella Notte’s Linen Whisper Sheer in Perfect Peach.

Above: Coyuchi’s organic Jersey Sheets Set in Washed Rose includes a flat and fitted sheet with two envelope pillowcases.

Interested in more rosy color inspiration? Check out color expert Eve Ashcraft’s take on this powerful shade.


Kathleen Cazander

Pink can be nice in small doses.

Genoveva M.
Genoveva M M4 years ago

Pink not for me, but in the pictures looks very nice.

GGma Sheila D.
GGmaSAway D4 years ago

Not crazy about the pale pinks, and only like touches of bright pink here and there.

Monika Ka
Monika K4 years ago


judith sanders
judith sanders4 years ago

If you'll look at medieval manuscripts, you'll see that the Normans and other tough guys went into battle and sat on thrones wearing pink. The amount of dyestuff needed to produce a strong red fabric was only for the wealthiest. The idea that certain colors are reserved for certain sexes is silly. We have enough real restrictions in our lives, why add a superstitious one?

Jennifer C.
Past Member 4 years ago


Fi T.
Past Member 4 years ago

The colour isn't just for the female

Danuta Watola
Danuta W4 years ago

Thanks for sharing!

Nimue Pendragon

I like my pink a lot brighter than that.

Carol P.
Carol P4 years ago

The more I see posts from remodelista, the more I wonder what they are doing on the care2 site. Decorating our homes just for the heck of it, with no concern for the natural resources wasted, is pretty much the complete opposite of what this site was originally.