Flamingo lawn ornaments became all the rage in the 1950s and even won a Nobel Prize for art! Wouldn't this retro look be adorable for a pool area?
Read about the history of the iconic flamingo lawn ornament in Don Featherstone's book, The Original Pink Flamingos: Splendor on the Grass. It's a fun, kitschy read and makes a cute addition to a coffee table in a sun room or patio.
Share the flamingo love with a friend with these note cards. Flamingo + chevron = Fabulous!
Fiestaware is one of my favorite things for the kitchen! The colors are so pretty and bright. The newest color in the collection is Flamingo. I think it would look great with Shamrock Fiestaware, don't you agree?
Even if your decorating tastes are more beige than bold, this classic wool pillow adds whimsy to any decor.
How can you pair flamingo pink? For a classic and neutral look, pair it with white or ivory. For a bold look, combine turquoise blue and green with flamingo pink.
Many designers are inspired by flamingos, too. I love Lilly Pulitzer's flamingo inspired print, Peel and Eat. Elizabeth McKay's flamingo print from this spring's collection is still on my wish list, too.
What is your favorite flamingo find?
Lawn Ornaments, Book, J. Crew Bubble Necklace, Chevron Note Cards, Fiestaware, Wool Pillow