Pink Blush: 10 Ways to Use This Timeless Color
This muted pink echoes the 18th century practice of mixing white and red iron oxide pigments to create a pinkish hue.
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Pink Blush Color Palette
Deciding on a shade of pink for your home can be an arduous task but this historical hue strikes the perfect balance. Use pink blush in practically any room and pair it with white and a darker color to keep the space grounded.
Various shades of pink, both on the walls and in the decor, combine to create a stunning shabby chic children’s bedroom.
A Louis XV-period fauteuil pops with various shades of pink.
Pretty in Pink
Looking for a high-energy, tone-on-tone look for your bedroom? Consider similar shades of pink and white. When paired, the two pinks seem very similar, almost seamless; however, once separated by white, the colors’ distinctive differences come to life.
Powder Room Pizazz
A small bath is a great place to experiment with bold colors. Keep it simple when it comes to accessories and let the pop of color stand out.
Fashionable Front Door
You might think pink would be a tough color to pull off, but it looks right at home paired with a pale cream brick.
White walls stand out against the mint green ceiling beams in this living room. The red and pink area rug pull the airy, bright space together.
Positively pink, this gorgeous girl’s bedroom featuring pink venetian plaster incudes a chevron loveseat with matching pillows.
Pink draperies cover large windows and look fabulous against the hardwood flooring in this bedroom.
Warm + Traditional
Soft beige trim and pink walls offer a warm touch while keeping with the traditional styling of this bedroom.