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.
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.
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
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.