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Nature’s Color Wisdom: Lessons on Pink From the Great Outdoors

From the serenity of a pink morning sky over the ocean to market-fresh rhubarb and French breakfast radishes, there’s a pink for every mood and personality. It’s true that pink can sometimes get a bad rap — cotton candy and princess ponies, anyone? — but there’s so much to the color. Here we’ll let nature guide us through great ways to use this vibrant, interesting and richly varied hue.
Smoky pink. Rich, warm pinks with a bit of gray or brown are sophisticated and (despite preconceptions about pink) equally appealing to men and women. Warm rose, peony and raspberry pinks with a bit of smokiness look magnificent with rich browns and champagne.