A while ago, we posted about painting our walls “dirty” pink on the recommendation of Maria Robledo who has a great eye for color. The subtle, muted, ever-changing-with-the-light pink defied our photographic capabilities; the images didn’t come across as strongly as they should have.

Maria recently sent this great example of “dirty” pink: a photograph by Stefano Scata of interior decorator Paola Angoletta’s kitchen in a valley of the Veneto mountains.

Stefano Scata
Stefano Scata

Dirty, perfect, beautiful.

(We also love the rough edge of the stone on the counter.)

More images (and more pink) here.

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One thought on “More Fab Dirty Pink Walls: Kitchen in the Veneto

  1. Beautiful, Sally. I think dirty pink in Spanish is rosa viejo (translated: old rosa), interesting, right?

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