Blush pink can be a surprisingly versatile colour, which is probably why so many designers have embraced it in the last few years. Warm and inviting, blush tones inject an element of vitality and passion that can be both a statement or a subtle suggestion, and using it in your interior has never been easier.
Pink is perhaps not the first colour you would think of as a neutral base colour, but if a subtle enough hue is chosen, it can infuse a space with an understated warmth that is easy to build on. Choosing blush pink as the tone for a statement wall, or even all four walls of a lounge area or bedroom, is a great base colour for your canvas. Pink is a surprisingly versatile colour and can be mixed with a range of other colours to suit your individual taste and look.
if a subtle enough hue is chosen, blush pink can infuse a space with an understated warmth that is easy to build on."
Blush tones are complemented well by greys, whites and blacks, so use these as your statement colours if you have chosen blush pink for your wall. Soft furnishings and wall art in particular work well in these neutral tones. Additionally, pink often occurs in nature alongside green - think flowers and plants - so a splash of dark or pastel green to contrast your blush tone brings a natural feel to the colour palette.
Alternatively you can choose a warmer blush as an accent colour and choose a statement piece of furniture with which to showcase this tone. Sofas, chairs, curtains and wall art are all good options. Tropical prints, classic English rose and modern pop-art all contain elements of pink in their palette so this versatile colour works well with every theme.
You could, of course, embrace all things pink and choose a range of pink hues with which to decorate your interior. Embracing the youthful fun element of blush pink is a must, and giving your space a daring makeover is so 2017. Juxtaposing a variety of pinks works surprisingly well so pair up your flamingo with your pastel and go all out!
Ceramics, candles, ornaments and decorative detail work well in blush pink, so even if you haven't chosen it as a main element in your interior design, there are many ways in which it can be incorporated into your home decor in subtle ways.