If you’ve been following me for awhile you know that pink is my favourite colour… so I’ve invited some bloggy friends over to do some pink guest posts. Let’s just call them the Pink Ladies.
“Pink is the word… is the word… that you heard.
It’s got groove… it’s got meaning.”
This week’s Pink Lady is Suzan from Simply Vintageous by Suzan.
Good morning Everyone !!!
When Tuula asked me if I’d be interested in doing a pink themed guest post – I jumped at the chance because as much as I love painting ALL furniture – there’s a special place in my heart for the pink pieces.
There’s something so magical with painting vintage dressers pink for little girls –
As I’m doing them I’m actually wishing I could go to the house and decorate the entire room for them. lol. I used a drop leaf table to create a changing table once – with pink chevron – thinking it would make for great tea parties or a games table as the princess grew!
Here I repurposed a vintage hutch to create a unique piece for a new born baby girl. It even inspired me to write an ode ( you can read it Here ).
And my latest pink piece is a transvestite – his real name is Malcolm – but we’ll call him Marie Claire for all intent and purposes……………….
I adore pink – if I could I’d live in a pink house.
Or at the very least, have a pink door and shutters……………
But I can’t see that happening anytime soon ( my better half does NOT share my love of pink ). And so I have to content myself with painting pink furniture
( and this is the last one – I PINKy swear !!! )
Thanks SO much Tuula, for having me. You all have a wonderful week everyone – think pink !!!
Thanks so much Suzan! I love every one of your pink pieces… especially that amazing hutch. Absolutely gorgeous! That sunset photo is sooo beautiful. I would certainly live in a pink house too… if I could. Thanks so much for sharing the pink love… and for joining the Pink Ladies.
If you don’t already know Suzan you should really pop over to Simply Vintageous by Suzan and check it out. She’s one of the most caring and sharing bloggers out there, and she’s a furniture whisperer too.
Thanks so much for reading and until next time… Think Pink.