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Thinking Pink

Every year, as our children go back to school, and the weather has us looking forward to cool nights and fall fashion, the month of October brings a special purpose to the forefront of our minds. Breast Cancer Awareness Month has been wildly successful in creating a huge array of Pink products, aimed at giving us great shopping combined with a purpose. All this Pink has got us thinking about the many fabulous ways to use the shade in a nursery design. And, although not all of these products have a Breast Cancer Awareness donation attached to them, we can guarantee that they would all look amazing in a nursery or child’s room!

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1. Pink Over Easy Rug by Madeline Weinrib 2. Pico Bunny Pillow from Unica Home 3. Camille Lamp by Mottega (10% of Proceeds go to Breast Cancer Research) 4. Hot Pink and Natural Nixon Throw by Jonathan Adler 5. Hope Crib by Newport Cottages (10% of Proceeds go to Breast Cancer Research)

About the author
Little Crown Interiors - the creative design duo of Naomi Alon and Gerri Panebianco - is SoCal’s “Go-To” interior design firm for elite nurseries and childrens’ rooms. With over 80 gorgeous projects under their designer belts, Naomi and Gerri have captured the imagination of parents and press alike, thanks to Naomi’s innovative, color-fabulous, and ultra efficient design skills combined with Gerri’s instinctive approach to each new Mom’s needs.
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  • Deandra

    I have always loved pink. Even if a lot of people think that pink’s a very overused and overrated color when it comes to girls, I still find myself drawn to it.

  • unexpectedly expecting

    There are pinks that I really cannot resist, and there are also those shades of pink that I absolutely abhor. I like the ones in numbers 1, 3 & 5.


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