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Welcome to our newest D-Happ series, Tuesday Huesday. Each week, we’ll share a new color combination inspired by a photo we love, whether it’s an amazing designer space, the label on a vintage jar or a confetti-inspired party backdrop.

Since we’re a mere two days away from Valentine’s Day, today’s bedroom color palette is all about hot pink. It’s a classic color, but it feels modern when paired with warm gray, dusty pink and bright turquoise. The white, black and navy accents keep it from being 100-percent girly. (It’s a mere 90-percent girly.)

Romantic Bedroom Color Palette: Fuchsia, Teal, Pink and Gray

Bedroom/Real Living Magazine :: Confetti + Flowers/HGTV.com

So, what do you think? Will you add a fuchsia bedroom to your Valentine’s Day wish list alongside flowers and chocolate?

RELATED: More Ways to Use Fuchsia (In Bedrooms + Beyond!)

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  2. Sharmon says:

    I like this new blog feature and love this color combination.

  3. Jenna says:

    Like the new blog.

  4. klustershop says:

    Love this color combination! Fuchsia Pink = Love. We combined the same fuchsia and rosy pink hues to create our Sweetheart Earrings, seen here: http://bit.ly/12OKQR3 Happy V-Day!

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  7. […] chance to restart my Tuesday Huesday series with a Valentine-inspired color palette. You see, my very first Tuesday Huesday post was inspired by the holiday of love, too! (Catch up on all the past posts […]

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Liz GrayLiz is a senior editor at HGTV.com and an co-editor-in-chief for Design Happens. She lives in a midcentury tri-level that’s stuck in the ‘70s…for now. When she’s not working on...


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