This week, the Cut celebrates the color pink, in all its polarizing, high-fashion, and highly Instagrammable glory. Consequently, we fell down a rabbit hole of pink-tinted home goods and discovered that adding a touch of the color is quite possibly the cheapest, easiest way to instantly freshen up your apartment.
Tamsin Dining Chair
A modern — but still neutral — lacquered alternative to classic wood seating.
$98 at anthropologie.com
Holsmund Sofa-Bed Slipcover
Instant status couch.
$49 at ikea.com
12-Piece Enamel Flatware Set
Kick up your everyday fork.
$42 at potterybarn.com
My Elizabeth Coffee Table Book
An Elizabeth Taylor homage, featuring irresistible stories (and a blush-tone cover) by her friend and photographer Firooz Zahedi.
$68 at amazon.com
Paradise Found Feathered Curtains
Don’t you wish they doubled as a dress?
From $68 at anthropologie.com
Dusen Dusen Bath Towel
$80 at dwr.com
Elephant Book End
Lovely handcraftsmanship; sturdy polyurethane leather and iron pellets.
$52 at ahalife.com
Fresca Melamine Serving Bowl
Even though it’s spring, plenty of Netflix-and-popcorn nights lie ahead.
$20 at potterybarn.com
Deborah Rhodes Braided Place Mat
A pink place mat to go underneath your pink popcorn bowl.
$20 at barneys.com
Ikea Potted Artificial Pink Daisies
If you haven’t yet discovered Ikea’s fake flora, now is the time.
$15 at amazon.com
Duchess Peony-Scented Candle
Now every season can be peony season in your bathroom.
$60 at shopspring.com
LC Lauren Conrad Ribbed Wastebasket
And your bathroom garbage will look prettier, too.
$60 at kohls.com
Dog Bowl and Treat-Jar Set
Pink for the pooch.
$70 at ahalife.com
Wiswell DRC-1 Mini Rice Cooker
Surely the sweetest-looking rice cooker out there.
$80 at ebay.com
Metal Snack Table
$25 at bonanza.com
Silky Sheepskin Rug
Possibly more cozy than the classic white version.
$33 at walmart.com
Pratt & Lambert Interior Paint
For $215, paint your whole living room pink.