Belmont & Olive
Who knew Seattle had their own pink door like Palm Springs but right across from the Capitol Hill Goodwill!
The Landmark Guild 45th may be closed, but the pink is still going strong. This color is slightly on the peachy side, but easy to adjust in Lightroom to that dreamy millennial pink shade.
*Technically* a wall, the counter of Lady Yum in South Lake Union is supported by powder pink panels (not to mention the many pink macarons in the case). Say it with me – SO CUTE.
Western Avenue Floral Mural
This well kept secret on Western Avenue in Pike Place Market exploded last summer, and it’s no wonder why! This mural was created by Carolina Silva in collaboration with Urban ArtWorks, Space.City and Seattle Design Festival. Grab a bouquet from the market and head down to the quieter Western Avenue to snap some shots with arguably one of the most Instagrammable spots in Seattle.
Not a pink wall, but the General Porpoise in Pioneer Square boasts a minimal white aesthetic with pops of bright pink! Great for creating variety in a pink themed feed while keeping cohesion. Also a great option for an indoor spot to shoot when the Seattle weather is less than ideal!
While not entirely pink (and again not a wall), the SoDo Elephant Car Wash still provides a funky pop of pink for any feed.
The pink walls surrounding Sur La Table in Pike Place Market are more subdued than other pink spots in Seattle, but still worth it for a clean, minimal pastel pink look.
Nestled on a sleepy street on Belltown is another fabulous pink mural, right outside the Belltown P-Patch!
The windows of this brunch spot in SLU are stunningly pink! Grab some tacos and snap a few pics on your next visit to SLU.
Are there any amazing pink spots in Seattle I missed on this list? Comment them down below!
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