New York Times features Nancy Burns from Fairfax , Virginia, above, who has pink poodle decorations on her shower curtain, a pink scale, and matching pink toilet and tub.
Mamie Eisenhower, below, is said to have started the trend back in the fifties with her love of pink. She decorated the White House with the color, so much so it became known as “The Pink Palace.” Since pink was her favorite, she wore a pink gown to her husband’s inauguration. It was decorated with 2,000 pink rhinestones of course. Ike is said to have sent her pink flowers every morning.
You have to check out savethepinkbathrooms.com by Pam Kueber, the publisher of RetroRenovation.com. It includes everything you ever wanted to know about the Save the Pink Bathroom movement and all those Pink Patriots who love it. And you’ll want to take the Pink Pledge.
My favorite pink item is a Royal Typewriter that I have stashed away which was a present from my dad when I turned 16. Who can ever part with something as fabulous as this?