When applied in creative and unexpected ways, rosy hues have us tickled pink. It should come as no surprise, after all the delicate color is universally tied with notions of romance, innocence and tenderness. So this Valentine’s Day, we are sharing the love with eight pink rooms pulled from our archives.

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Photo by Joshua Caldwell. Design by Christie Lewis and Brandon Bodell Construction. Architecture by Bradford Houston

A Draper home commits to farmhouse flair in curated details and sweet style. Here, a soft baby pink dresses the cabinetry in the young girl’s bathroom. “We really had some fun here,” says interior designer Christie Lewis. A shapely brass mirror and patterned wallpaper pair with the pastel hue to give the space an air of maturity.

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Photo by Malissa Mabey. Architecture by Think Architecture. Build Robison Home Builders. Design by John Martine Studio.

The owners of this rambler-style home craved materials and finishes that distinguished their forever house from others. “The owners didn’t want to clutter with art,” says designer Parker Lamborn of John Martine Studio. “Instead, they wanted the details to be the art of the house.” The eye for detail extended to every room of the home, including the laundry room where built-in cubbies receive a dressing of vivid coral.

This rose-colored dressing room is everything you’d expect from social-media sensation Rachel Parcell—timeless, feminine, stylish and yes, blushed with pink. “I wanted it to look like the inside of a posh, elegant boutique,” Parcell says.

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Photo by Rebekah Westover. Design by Danielle Hickman.

An updated beach bungalow embraces the California state of mind with relaxed furnishings and a pristine palette. Hand-selected seashells, cacti and pink accents suggest a serene yet chic ambiance in a girl’s bedroom.

Photo by Rebekah Westover. Design by Alice Lane Interior Design.

High-fashion details and rosy hues dress this girl’s bedroom in starlet Rachel Parcell’s home. Hand-painted wallpaper by Gracie evokes a lively garden scene and a small desk doubles as a charming bedside table.

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Photo by Meagan Larsen. Design by Ezra Lee Design + Build.

In a Scandinavian-inspired dwelling, blush tones and simplistic furnishings put a fresh twist on modern design.

Photography by Scot Zimmerman.

A basement art room displays a family’s love of color with an abstract-painted wall, acrylic easel and display shelf.

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Photography by Travis Richardson. Design by Aubrey Veva Smith.

A Provo home combines old, new and industrial details in delightfully quirky ways. The primary bedroom features reclaimed bricks and wormy chestnut floors. Rosy bedding and a glitzy neon sign add edge and personality.

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Avrey is the Digital Editor for Utah Style and Design, and our affiliate magazine Utah Bride and Groom. She enjoys keeping a pulse on upcoming design trends, propagating green thumb inspiration and indulging her affinity for alliteration.