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If you've been paying attention, 2016 has been a bit of a whirlwind for us.

And today, we're feeling kind of ... well ... nostalgic - longing for the comforts of our childhood.

Simpler times. โœŒ๐Ÿพ#FlashbackFriday

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In that vein, we'll avoid sharing the intense nesting rituals we've been engaging in, but definitely share these modern ways for revisiting childhood pink and blue we found over at Apartment Therapy.

pink and blue interior decorating

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While putting together last week's post featuring interiors in Pantone's two colors of the yearSerenity and Rose Quartz, I got to thinking about the combination of pink and blue. Since we often use pink and blue for babies, the combination of these two shades can seem a bit childish. But it doesn't have to be. Here are nine spaces where these two colors come together in surprisingly sophisticated ways.

Pink and soft baby blue are surprisingly grown-up when paired with lots of white and grey. The hot-pink cord is a nice touch. Image from Decor8.

Pink and soft baby blue are surprisingly grown-up when paired with lots of white and grey. The hot-pink cord is a nice touch. Image from Decor8.