Do you think in pink or do you run away from rose?
Not just for little girls rooms, blush and powder pink provide a more grown up approach to using the colour and offer a more sophisticated look.
Blush pink is the the colour of the moment if my blanket sales are anything to go by this year.
This rosy-hued shade can be both fresh and cosy depending on how you style it. Given its versatility it’s a trend you can definitely get behind.
We’re not talking 70’s velvet filled boudoirs here either. Blush Pink makes a great accent shade that fits with almost all colour schemes and, styled correctly, can make your home look fresh, modern and oh so grown up.
So whether you’re looking to transform an entire room, or just add a rosy statement piece, let me show you how to easily mix this on trend shade into your home.......
Go for a statement sofa for a modern look. Paired with a neutral scheme it will create a great conversation starter for all of your visitors.
If a full new sofa is out of your budget then the next best thing is to add some texture with accent pillows in complimentary tones such as stone or grey, providing a simple and cost effective way to try out the trend.
Powder pink can be very calming, perfect for adding a little prettiness to the office, it works well with natural wood and metals but looks particularly stunning against marble and copper accessories that are so popular this season.
In the bedroom add mid century style furniture and concrete accents to offset the girly vibe and contrast this with soft and sumptuous fabrics such as linen bedding and wool blankets
An easy way to update your neutral colour scheme without getting the paintbrush out is by simply adding a Wall hanging or art print
Use curtains to add some depth to neutral rooms. It works well with neutral shades such as stone, caramel or grey but can also look fabulously glamorous when mixed with striking colour schemes such as navy, slate or chocolate.
If your just too nervous, you can always keep it minimal with small vases or accessories.
Ceramics and bookends bring a look together without overwhelm and look great when spread around the room.
Do you use pink in your home? If it's your thing then I'd love to see, why not share it with me on instagram?