Pink bathrooms were emblematic 1950s-60s home designs. How did that color ever come into play in home interiors? Developers of suburban tract homes started installing pink bathrooms after first lady Mamie Eisenhower popularized the color when she wore a rhinestone-studded blush ballgown to her husband’s inauguration in 1953.
Pink wasn’t just for bathrooms in that era. Take a look at what furniture collector Nathan Chandler discovered in a quaint Chicago home circa the early 1960s that had been abandoned. What a find! THINK PINK