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On trend: Millennial Pink

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On trend: Millennial Pink

We’ve been crushing on pink for some time now, and we know that we are not alone.

First there was rose, then it was blush and now we’ve moved on to a colour that is trending worldwide – millennial pink. It’s been compared to Pantone’s 2016 Colour of the Year, Rose Quartz, and likened to a blend of apricot, salmon and grapefruit. Confused?

Don’t be, instead, openly accept this colour into your home. The MWP team love this hue, which is reminiscent of vintage-influenced pinks.

Kas Australia, cushion, interior design

Finishing touches
If you are not willing to paint an entire wall or room in this romantic hue, add splashes of the colour in your décor choices. Paint a shelf pink or add a splash of colour with a painting. The Kas India Joni cushion is the perfect accessory. It is printed on a textured basketweave cotton with a cotton canvas reverse. Visit kasaustralia.com.au to find local stockists.

 

Lighting Illusions, lamp, interior design

Green splash
Green – dark, emerald or pastel – is the perfect colour to pair with pink. We love the pastel green and copper tripod Eglo Dundee table lamp from Lighting Illusions. Visit http://lightingillusions.com.au

Angelica Pink by Haymes

Try it: Angelica Pink                                               As demonstrated in this image from Haymes, millennial pink tones, such as Angelica Pink, can work in various rooms and styles. From a nursery to a hall entryway, let your imagination run wild. Visit haymespaint.com.au.

 

 

 

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