With diverse hues from blushing to shocking, the color pink is not just for little girls. We've gathered our favorite ideas to show you the diversity of this cheerful color.
Valentine's Day is the perfect holiday for a deliciously girly gathering. Indulge in sweet chocolate confections while dishing the latest gossip over a pink cocktail.
These no-fuss, reliable perennials are perfect for time-challenged gardeners who want to make a big statement. P. Allen Smith offers tips for effortlessly growing this garden showstopper.
Washington, D.C., designer Alessandra Branca paired a shocking hot pink with brown to liven up a traditional Georgetown townhouse. The result is a warm, inviting space that's sure to inspire a smile.
Transform a stand-by drink recipe into a sweet, seasonal stand-out.
Pale pink certainly seems like an odd choice for a modern dining room, but in this cool California cottage, it just works.
Known for creating fireworks for the tabletop, floral designer Isabelle Bosquet has mastered a natural approach that is refined, but not overworked. Here, a cluster of peonies echoes the china pattern.