Living in a house full of men and boys, I just haven't accumulated a lot of pink, and most of what I have is confined to my guestroom. When we built our house almost eight years ago, we didn't know it would become our home. We built it as a spec house, but when we sold the home we were living in, we decided to move in "temporarily," since this house was almost completed.
Trying to appeal to home buyers with daughters, I had used feminine colors in one of the bedrooms. It's still my "girly" room, even though it served as Brent's room when he was home from college.
One of the pictures hanging in the room is this watercolor of pink roses sitting on an open Bible. It was given to me by my aunt when she sold her home to move in with my mother and dad. I had always admired the painting, but I didn't learn until then that it was painted by Mema, my paternal grandmother, pictured to the left.
That just makes it more special and more reason to hang this touch of pink in my "girly" room.
Be sure to see who else is "in the pink" by visiting Beverly at How Sweet the Sound.