Inspired {by} Hot Pink and Black Moodiness

by Tina on November 6, 2013

in Decor, our home

traveling mama roses flowers

The days are growing colder and wetter here in Copenhagen and I know I was just saying that I love pale and moody for fall, but hot pink and black can also be moody and inspiring this time of year as well.  My husband surprised me with this lovely bouquet of hot pink roses and I loved the way they looked so dramatic against the black wall.  It got me thinking about how color can be used to create drama and I noticed that I have been pinning this color combination quite a bit lately.  Here are some more inspiration  that caught my eye:

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 Do you like the moodiness of Hot Pink and Black, too?

 

Images: One: Tina Fussell, Two: Cocoa + Kelley, Three:  Huffington Post, Four: Design Sponge, Five: This is Glamorous, Six: Architectural Digest

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gudyh November 6, 2013 at 10:23 pm

Pink is a color I really struggle with. Always have. I admit now a bit of blush in my life, a certain pale pink goes too. But boy, the first pic is really beautiful! I guess when it comes to flowers I am totally fine with the color combo of black and hot pink. I like your post, Tina! Really do.

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Celena November 6, 2013 at 11:22 pm

Love it! I also think that it looks very feminine/bold/in your face…. very romantic in a strange sort of way… Lovely images!

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Deepa November 7, 2013 at 12:16 pm

The first pic reminds me of a still life from the Dutch Golden age. They loved their black backgrounds, those Dutch masters!

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Leah S. November 8, 2013 at 6:01 pm

I am not much of a pink person, but I love how the darker colours make it stand out!

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Marina November 11, 2013 at 1:22 pm

Your roses are gorgeous, Tina!

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