Color Combo: Blush Pink and Neutrals
This sweet combination is actually saucy when done in a modern way
We’ve all been used to seeing this year’s color palette Serenity and Rose Quartz, but if you isolate the rose quartz—which you can also call “blush pink”—you can create a palette that is less sweet and more grown up when paired with periwinkle. Use blush in modern forms, and it can even become sophisticated.
So when we received the collection preview of Italian furniture brand Calligaris for Salone de Mobile Milano 2016, we were pleasantly surprised to see all grades of blush for some of their collections! So don’t relegate this tint to kids’ rooms and boudoirs; you can create a modern statement with these pieces below.
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