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TRENDVISION: PALE PINK ROOMS

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Our TRENDVision today focuses on pastel pink and how it has crept it’s way into our homes, even those we share with males. Once dubbed as infatile, sugary-sweet and some would go as far as tasteless, pink has reinvented itself as a subtle, soft, stylish shade with Farrow and Ball naming it one of the key colours of 2015. 

One of the best ways to incorporate pale pink into your home is to opt for a shade that has a lot of warmth with peachy, nude undertones. Try Tea Rose by Dulux,  Bleached Coral by Benjamin Moore or Nancy Blushes by Farrow and Ball, they look great paired with smokey greys and winter whites. 

Exploring different themes such as the combination of industrial meets Scandinavian and using a variety of textures and fabric like linen, brushed wool and natural wood work really well together.

IMAGE:IMPRESSIVE INTERIOR BLOG  THOSE GRID WINDOWS, THE SILOHUETTE OF THAT CHAIR... No words.

IMAGE:IMPRESSIVE INTERIOR BLOG 

THOSE GRID WINDOWS, THE SILOHUETTE OF THAT CHAIR... No words.

IMAGE: AMARA LIVING  LOVE THE DIFFERENT FLOOR LEVELS AND THAT LOW BED IS JUST BEAUTIFUL.

IMAGE: AMARA LIVING 

LOVE THE DIFFERENT FLOOR LEVELS AND THAT LOW BED IS JUST BEAUTIFUL.

If you’re looking for a cooler pink hue with hints of lilac and light grey, try Sunset Snow by Pratt and Lambert or Milk Glass Pink by Martha Stewart. These shades can be beautifully complimented with icy whites and dusky greys or even a more solid, chalky charcoal. Infusing flashes of shiny copper or rose gold, add a little industrial luxe without the interior feeling cold and uninviting. 

IMAGE:NEW ZEALAND AND DESIGN BLOG  TRENDWATCH - MARBLE WALLPAPER, ADDING TO THE WISHLIST RIGHT NOW.

IMAGE:NEW ZEALAND AND DESIGN BLOG 

TRENDWATCH - MARBLE WALLPAPER, ADDING TO THE WISHLIST RIGHT NOW.

And if blush interior isn't quite enough to satisfy your pastel thirst, there's always the exterior?


Object's rosy room round-up of beautiful blush decor and nude interiors.