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Pink Thing Of The Day: Miniature Pink Clawfoot Bathtub

pink mini bathtub photo by gail worley
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If you’re a regular reader of this blog, then you might recall that I recently attended an art event at the National Museum of Mathematics (aka MoMath). On the way out of the museum that evening, I decided to pop in to the gift shop, where I noticed something at first seems a bit incongruous: a tiny Pink Bathtub . . . that was in use as a bin to hold little soaps shaped like the Pi symbol. Oh, the cleverness.

pink mini bathtub photo by gail worley

Pink Thing Of The Day: Abandoned Pig Toy and Child Seat

child seat and pig toy photo by gail worley
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What looks to me to be some sort of a Pink Plastic Child’s Activity Seat accompanied by an adorable Pink Pig Toy were found abandoned on the sidewalk just steps from the entrance to the Goodwill Store on West 14th Street. This brings up so many questions for me. Like, why were they not donated to the store? Were they rejected for hygiene purposes due to Covid? Either way, it’s sad to think of this little piggie ending up in the bin. Sadness.

abandoned pig toy photo by gail worley

Pink Thing Of The Day: Pink Glass Elephant

pink glass elephant photo by gail worley
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I spent an extended Pride Weekend relaxing at a friend’s vacation home  in The Hamptons. Activities mostly involved us floating in the pool, eating, and then taking long walks to work off whatever we had just eaten or were about to eat. We also did some driving to nearby hamlets like East Hampton, West Hampton, and Sag Harbor, which is the location of the gift shop where I found this Pink Glass Elephant. I have no idea of the price, but I can guarantee you it was not cheap.

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Flamingo Outside a Storefront

pink flamingo storefront photo by gail worley
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This small plastic Pink Flamingo is part of an external store display that attempts to disguise the construction overhang outside of 305 Fitness, located  on West 14th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. Bonus: The door handles are also an appealing shade of Hot Pink! Sweet! See a full shot the door with tropical-themed camouflage below!

fitness 305 storefront photo by gail worley

Pink Thing of The Day: Rose Quartz Nude Figure

pink quartz nude figure photo by gail worley
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This little Pink Lady carved from rose quartz has a home in the Natural History Museum of Utah in Salt Lake City. Watch for an in-depth post highlighting the museum’s amazing Dinosaur collection in the near future!

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Polka Dot Miniature Tea Set

pink tea set photo by gail worley
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I’m just back from an amazing ten-day road trip through Utah, where I spotted this delicate miniature Pink Tea Service in a gift shop on Main Street in Park City. As we move slowly  out of the pandemic’s strict lock down guidelines — particularly as they apply to indoor dining —  I must say that  I’m really looking forward to going to a place like NYC’s Plaza Hotel again to immerse myself in their over-the-top Afternoon Tea experience. Sigh.

pink tea set photo by gail worley

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Lacquer Storage Boxes

pink lacquer box photo by gail worley
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The multi-story behemoth that is Restoration Hardware’s Meatpacking district flagship store is very much like a museum of home design retail. You could spend a week in that place. The abundance of fully-furnished display rooms also makes it a great place to find Pink Things. Case in point: these Paris Pink Lacquered Storage Boxes, which I covet wildly.

pink lacquer box photo by gail worley

These hand-poured and polished lacquer wood boxes — each layer individually hand polished to create a deep, rich finish impervious to heat and alcohol — feature a a velvet-lined interior, which makes them ideal for keeping your jewelry safe and pampered.  Made in the United States by Pacific Connections, they are available in a range of sizes and can be purchased online Here.

pink lacquer box photo by gail worley
Oh, You Pretty Things . . .

Photographed in the Restoration Hardware Flagship Store in NYC’s Meatpacking District.