How To Style Blush Pink
While many colours fade in and out of the interior design spotlight, blush pink has continued to evolve and mature. Many homeowners now opt for pink-toned nudes over greys and beiges due to its versatility and ability to soften a space.
If you are looking to create a calming yet playful space, blush pink could be for you. Here are some tips and tricks on how to pull off this colour in your home, we promise you won’t regret it!
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Considering Adding Scatter Cushions
If you are looking to add a subtle pop of blush pink before diving into this gorgeous hue fully, we recommend adding accent pillows! Scatter cushions can offer just the right amount of colour without initially ‘overdoing’ it. Pairing blush accent cushions with grey and beige tones is a simple way to update any room decor.
Play Around With Different Textures
Another effective way of adding blush pink to your interior whilst still keeping a sophisticated and modern space is to layer up different textures to bring depth and added interest to your space. Pale pink boucle cushions, gorgeous throws and textured rugs are a great starting point, but if you are looking to create a bigger impact we recommend opting for a statement piece of furniture such as a sofa or armchair.
Use Contrasting Colours
Blush pink is a very versatile colour and can be paired beautifully with most hues. Blush can look especially gorgeous against darker and richer tones, providing the perfect counterbalance.
Many often worry that adding blush pink can take the masculinity out of a room, but this is in fact not the case. This colour can help to ground darker tones, taking away the edge and softening the overall look of the interior.
Carefully Consider The Room You Are Decorating
As we know, blush pink is often considered to be a relaxing and calming colour, meaning you should match this feeling to your interior. Due to its calming effect, blush is perfect for rooms that you use to wind down after a long day, such as the living room or bedroom. It is also great for stress relief, so could also work well in a home gym!
Avoid Citrus Colours
Our final tip is a big no no in the world of blush pink. As we mentioned earlier in the article, blush pink is very versatile and can compliment many colours, however yellow and orange is definitely not one of these colours! Try to avoid adding blush pink to rooms that already involve citrus colours as it can often be very difficult to find shades that compliment each other!
We hope we have inspired you to be bold and add a hint of blush pink to your interior! Make sure you click here to view our full range of blush pink fabrics! However, if you have any further questions or would like advice on any of our fabrics, please contact us on Instagram, Facebook or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.