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.
A question I get asked often is what is the difference between an interior designer versus an interior decorator? That’s a great question because there is a significant difference between the two.
Interior design is the art and science of understanding people’s behavior and lifestyle to create functional spaces within a residential or commercial building. Interior designers apply creative and technical solutions that are practical, attractive, and beneficial to the occupants’ quality of life and culture. They are trained to look beyond the aesthetics to design code compliant spaces that are healthy as well as beautiful and efficient. They can move windows and doors, remove/add walls, and plan a space that functions better for the occupant. Interior design is making the best possible use of the available space.