It’s not just brides and their attendants who are wearing blush this year. This warm pink is also marching down the aisle in our homes—finding its place on our walls, floors and furnishings. Declared by designers as a new neutral, this soft, romantic shade of pink adds a kiss of freshness to just about any room in your home. Thinking about committing to this hue? Take a peek at some of these appealing picks in our blush bouquet.
An occasional chair covered in rose fabric would feel perfectly at home in a formal living room, bedroom, or entry. Annalise from thibautdesign.com
A blend of blush, burnt orange and vermilion work together to create a warm reception in this wool area rug. Alchemy collection from abchome.com
Patterns inspired by nature, such as the composition in this geode artwork are just about as hot a trend as blush is right now. This is the perfect pairing! From pier1.com
A distressed metallic print gives a finely woven appearance to this understated wallcovering. Sefina in Wild Rose from romo.com
Six upholstered layers in tones of purple and pink make up the mid-century modern shape of this stool, with a design inspired by the graceful moves of dancer and actress Cyd Charisse. Charisse Stool from uber-interiors.com
Walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Pleasant Pink 2094-60, add a soft background to the black, gray and white furnishings in this bedroom. The bathroom is painted with Texas Rose.
A perfect marriage of pink is seen in this bedroom with its pink dresser and Benjamin Moore’s Proposal AF-260 on the walls.
Sherwin-Williams Blushing SW 6617 is a great peach-pink color to accent vintage furniture and natural wood.
An upholstered headboard in blush is the perfect backdrop for reading, lounging or dreaming. Lucy Queen Bed from crlaine.com
A metallic gold floral on a blush background brings the classic feel of floral woodcuts into a modern scale with a touch of vintage glamour. Oh Joy! for Hygge and West Petal Pusher Wallpaper from ohjoy.com
The peony version of the lingerie chest is inspired by a 1970s reverse-painted glass antique found at the Paris flea market. Arden from curreycodealers.com