With so many inspiring color combinations, BLUSH is by far one of the most versatile and charming color trend.
Blush is a rosy, romantic color that can be charming and delicate or harsh and rebellious depending on how you use it.
Blush can be Proper
When a room has a ton of molding, Blush may not seem like the obvious choice. To many client’s surprise it actually complements architectural detailing beautifully and can temper some of the formality. A pared-down furnishings palette—think light woods, whites, and golds—makes for a room that’s soothing and cozy.
Blush can be Eclectic
A Blush sofa may seem a little daring on the furniture showroom floor, yet once installed in the proper application, becomes very dynamic and a piece you will love forever.
Black may seem a bit harsh to pair with Blush, but the dark shades add elegance to the overall look.
Blush can be Minimal
A bit of blush as an accent piece combined with cool white and a spartan approach to furnishings is the perfect combination of creating a calming oasis.
To keep things interesting, try faking nonexistent architecture by stopping your pink paint three-quarters of the way down the wall and finishing it off with a coordinating color.
Blush can be Grand
Muted shades of pink have long been associated with historical homes, particularly early American abodes, which is why aristocratic antiques look so at home surrounded by this hue. Pink adds a jolt of energy to a traditional space while complementing both classic shapes and dark woods.
Blush can be Ladylike
If your style tends to be slightly feminine, you may be afraid to push it over the top with Blush walls, but a subtle hint of this hue tends to go more sophisticated than girly.
Blush can be Mellow
Soft Blush tones can go casual as easily as it can go grand, and it looks at home with the rustic planks or beadboarding of laid-back country retreats.
Blush Is Versatile
Finding your unique design voice can be a challenge, and you need an accent color that can flex and change with your evolving style. A subtle shade of blush can complement modern elements, organic touches, and traditional statements, so there’s no need to worry that your latest purchase won’t jibe with your favorite hue.
Blush can be Worldly
Blush has always held an universal appeal and can be seen throughout the world in various design trends.
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