Blush Pink Is The New Neutral: How To Incorporate It Into Your Home Decor
If you’re looking to freshen up the walls in your home or office, but want to stick to neutral colors, look no farther than the color that is quickly becoming the new neutral -Blush Pink. Shades of beige, gray, ivory, white, and taupe are the usual neutral colors, but if you’re looking for something that is different and refreshing, then blush pink is for you. People might think that blush pink gives off a feminine aura, but today, men have become bolder with colors that were formerly considered feminine territory. Plus, blush pink comes in many different shades and is so appealing because it can be blended into existing decors and works well with many different materials. Here are some of the many ways you can use this color in your home or office space.
Blush pink offers many options when used as a base color. It pairs beautifully with other neutrals as well as olive, mustard, teal, and many colors. Consider using this color as the foundation for a room redesign. This soft shade of pink can be paired with black and white for a classic, elegant look . Or, you can go for a gentler, more soothing look with blush pink walls and off-white trims for a light, airy, and peaceful room.
You can also use blush pink more sparingly as an accent color if you aren’t ready to splash all walls in your room with this color. Try using it as an accent color in your home decor in the form of throws, accent pillows, accent walls, window treatments, upholstery, or furniture. Combine with other neutrals such as a warm gray and include different patterns and texture to give your rooms visual interest.
Combine with Bold Colors
If you’re more daring, then you can go bold with this color by selecting a more vibrant shade of blush pink and combining with bolder colors. For example, use this color on your walls with a black and white geometric patterned floor, navy blue cabinetry, or olive green velvet drapes. You can also use a fun wallpaper with a tropical design combined with a pink stool or chair. Bold colors and patterns intertwined with soft pink can really make a striking combination that’s sure to add a flair of design to your room.
Another way to complement this color is by using metallics. Gold, copper, and silver really stand out and sparkle when paired with blush pink. Consider updating your cabinetry with oil rubbed bronze hardware or updating your lights with copper light pendants in your bedroom or kitchen space. Metallics is still a popular design trend this year so why not incorporate both into your home makeover this year?
Tone Down Bolder Designs
Blush pink is also a great color to tone down more intense and bold designs and colors. In a room that might feel busy because of a wide array of patterns and texture, a soft, neutral color helps keep the room from being over the top. You can use blush pink sparingly toning down other colors in a room. You can also create a barely there effect through the use of pale, elegant shades of beige and off-white. Just a few accents of pink can make a pale scheme feel more nuanced, stylish, and calming.
If you still feel that blush pink gives off a feminine feel, give it a rugged makeover with rustic wood floors and distressed or antique furniture. Update your floors to a distressed grey color or add barn yard wood furniture in combination with pink walls or accents to create a beautiful, yet rustic look in your home.
There are many wonderful possibilities for this new neutral color that are endless. It can be used as a great foundation for accents paired with other neutrals, combined with rustic themes, and paired with metallics. Whether you use it on the walls or as accents, you can’t go wrong with this new versatile neutral color!
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