How do you feel about the color pink? Does it conjure images of cotton candy and pastel cupcakes? Does it soothe, excite, or repel? To some, pink is synonymous with Pepto Bismol, but for others it stirs girlish memories.
It's a feminine color, yet a man in a pink shirt or tie looks unbelievably handsome.
The color can be vibrant, electrifying, teasing, or soft as a baby's cheek.
Pastel garden roses say, "I'm pinking about you."
Pink can be unforgetable, like this 2011 Bentley.
Pink shopping bags say, "A girl's gotta have fun."
Appetites are sparked when light splashes over rosy dining room walls.
Years ago, I longed for a pink house but a designer friend pulled a face and said, "Then you'll be known as the lady who lives in the pink house."
I still wanted pinkness (actually I pined for an apricot-pink house with bottle green shutters) until the friend said, "Think of resale--who would buy a pink house?"
Pig pink describes my dieting adventures last week (gained 3 pounds).
Do you have a favorite pink room or accessory?
For more photographs of pink interiors (and to meet Miss Dora, the pink-loving interior designer in GWAHM, visit The World According to Teeny. Check out the rooms Miss Dora decorated, discover little-known facts about the color pink, and enter the contest for the (mostly non-pink) beach bag giveaway.