What is the 2011 Color of the Year?

Honeysuckle Pink
by Miriam Schulman
Offering a sense of continuity from spring, dynamic Honeysuckle adds a bold punctuation point. This playful, reddish pink works with any other color in the palette. Flirtatious and festive, produces a healthy glow, great for makeup and  holiday soirees.
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Decorating Inspiration for Piano Peonies
Although a beautiful woman will light up a room, the reverse is also always true. Decorating with colors that are flattering to a woman’s skin flatters the women who enter. Therefore, smart women have always used color in their home to their best advantage.
Pink pillows on tan couch, Flamingo art
Pairing pink with bamboo yellow adds intensity. If you are not ready to commit your whole room to a pink decorating scheme, add honeysuckle with artwork and pillows
Detail from Piano Peonies

This stunning piece is created using a collage of piano sheet music, watercolors and acrylic on canvas. The modern wall art depicts pink peonies in a garden. 

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0 thoughts on “What is the 2011 Color of the Year?”

  1. Thanks for including my shawl in your gorgeous tresury, and for mentioning it on your blog:)

    I'm actually amazed how much I love this shade of pink – who would have thought:)

  2. I love this color. I never would have thought to pair pink with yellow, but they look great together. It's given me some inspiration. Thank you for featuring my earrings.



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