One of this seasons interior design colour trends is Blush. Don’t be fooled into thinking blush is a wishy-washy derogative of white that’s insipid because it’s not. Blush is a colour in its own right; like any other colours there are variations in tone along with an intensity born from the base colour undertones. Take make-up blusher as an example, some suit paler skin tones while others darker. You can also use make-up blusher as an indicator on how to use the colour blush – think of it along the line of highlighting and complimenting the rest of your colour palette.
A pinky blush is the ideal colour to compliment soft greys.
Not quite intense enough to be a pastel, blush can be used to create a dreamy feminine look.
Blush with creamy undertones is the perfect colour if you don’t want the harshness of pure white.
Pink undertones create a soft look that’s ideal for bathrooms, complimenting both white and grey.
Style At Home
Think of pink champagne and use blush in a girly room that’s bang up to-date.
Elements Of Style Blog
The calming effects of blush make it the ideal colour choice for gender friendly bedrooms.
Use tonal variations of blush to create a warm and friendly atmosphere in living rooms.
Retail Design Blog
This bespoke chair is aptly named Blush.
Blush with pink undertones works incredibly well with copper.
Maggie Stephens Interiors
Soft blush is the hallmark of many Eastern textiles as it’s used as the base colour for screens, wallpapers and fabrics.
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Blush brings decadence and glamour to a bedroom when sitting next to gold and metallics; providing a stunning luxe look.
Blush soft furnishings and accessories look comfortably at home next to pale greys.