To the untrained eye, blush pink may well be millennial pink’s twin in everything but name. But look a little closer and you’ll notice how blush is a little paler and more cool toned than its millennial counterpart. Welcome to my thinly veiled excuse to resurrect the pretty in pink cause, with a complete guide to blush pink home decor shopping.
The Slash Objects line pairs recycled rubber with brass, marble and concrete to create beautifully chic home accessories and furniture pieces. The round mirror is removable from its hand cast cube base, making this piece every bit as flexible as it is pretty. Plus just wait until you see its midnight blue terrazzo back – simply stunning!
Designed by lighting specialists, Caravan Pacific, the base is a unique mix of glazed stoneware and au naturale maple wood. I especially like the contrast of the cool-toned blush pink and warming wood textures – an interesting detail which transforms this basic accessory into a design statement of its own accord.
As Pretty As a Picture
As blush pink is the prettiest color of them all, it’s only right to celebrate the hue in the form of art.
Though I’m a huge fan of Anna Ullman’s glitter infused prints, it’s this abstract pink piece that I would choose to match my personal minimalist style. It feels classic and understated, and I love how the blush pink pops against the deeper grounding charcoal shades
Rose Tinted Glasses
An easy way to hop on the blush pink train is to change up your glassware.
These glass tumblers from Coming Soon will do just the trick. Fun and elegant in equal measure, they can even make drinking boring water feel faaaancy. Heads up, they’re also great to use as a playful desk accessory or whimsical bud vase.
Blush pink aside, my other great love in life is cheese.
Yes, I really am that basic I’m afraid #sorrynotsorry. But if that means I get to use this stunning pink marble serving board then guess who gets the last laugh. FYI, it’s from the minimalist inspired Spartan Shop and comes with the cutest round copper feet!