I was thinking about how Valentines Day is right around the corner, so today will be an “ode” to one of the most romantic colors of all…..Blush Pink.
I love how blush pink is having a major moment in home décor at the moment.
Blush Pink is no longer just for baby nurseries or sorority houses. It’s showing up in real, grown up, family friendly spaces. It gives a bit of whimsy and sophistication to a space, as long as it’s used sparingly.
Powder rooms are a perfect spot to experiment with bold decorating ideas. When I saw this space from Our Sixth House I fell in love. The soft pink on the walls and the bold red ceiling give this space such personality. The touch of red keeps it from being too sweet and girly and the art, chandelier, curtain -perfection!
The importance of making a great first impression also applies to home décor. Your entryway/foyer is the first spot in your home visitors will see so why not inject it with a little personality?
I have been obsessed with this room that Albertina from the blog Mimosa Lane designed for the One Room Challenge. The small doses of blush she uses throughout her living room adds a touch of elegance and personality to the room.
The blush fabric on the chairs, the pillows, and the artwork-just beautiful.
Blush gives a unexpected pop of color in the kitchen.
on counter stools…..
on a settee and artwork in a breakfast nook…
and on lighting….rose gold mimics blush pink in metallic form as these beautiful Tom Dixon lamps show
Touches of blush in drapes, sheets, throw pillows, and the headboard in a bedroom provides the feel of softness and romance.
I just want to curl up in this corner with a glass of wine and a good book…
Definitely by choosing a blush colored sofa you are going to make a statement, however, it’s much less jarring then a bright colored sofa and almost seems to act as a neutral as the following spaces show…
A room that is painted in a gorgeous blush color gives the feel of casual elegance and seems to almost glow. There is an insane amount of blush paint colors out there and it can be completely overwhelming when choosing one. Well, I must pat myself on the back because I found the perfect blush paint color.
Benjamin Moore: Fruit Shake 2088-60
and look at her on a few walls..
GET THE LOOK