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Dusty Rose: The '80s Color That's Making a Comeback

September 01, 2016

This muted, calming pink is popping up in home decor once again. Check out 14 fresh ideas for incorporating dusty rose into your space.

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Dusty Rose Color Palette

You may associate it with the ‘80s, but this soft shade of pink is making a comeback. Used here with gray-blue, deep purple and charcoal gray, the hue looks chic and on-trend.

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Photo: House of Jade Interiors. From: House of Jade Interiors.

Sophisticated Hue

This rose-inspired color is a more sophisticated, grown-up-friendly take on the typical pastel pink. In this master bedroom, dusty rose pillows look chic paired with plum and powder blue accents.

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Photo: Julie Dodson. From: Julie Dodson.

Soft and Soothing

A palette of soft beige, lavender and rose sets a calming tone for this transitional living room. Faux painted cabinet doors conceal the built-in entertainment center, creating an artful backdrop for the sitting area.

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Photo: Claire Esparros for Homepolish . From: Justin DiPiero.

An Edgier Look

Dusty rose doesn't have to look soft and delicate. When paired with a charcoal gray sofa, rosy-colored pillows take on a more masculine tone.

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