I'll admit it. I've got a crush on "blush." Seems like every decade, pale pinks come into our lives. This time, the color seems more intriguing than the "mauve" or "dusty pink" of the past. A feminine, sophisticated neutral, it pairs well with almost any muted color you can imagine. Let's take a look at some "blushing" rooms.
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A variety of blush paint colors.
Is there a blush interior inside this front door?
Pale gray and navy pair well with blush.
Velvet blush upholstery and a complementary cooper end table.
Creamy plastered walls and cocoa velvet pillows.
Painted hutch stands up to dove gray walls.
Plastered walls in fresh blush.
Gorgeous collection of books.
Pale green with a splash of yellow.
A French-inspired upholstered bed with taupe bedding.
Dramatic wall mural in blush tones.
Map mural and metallic accessories.
Pale wood floors play off blush walls.
Romantic dinner under blush paper lanterns.
Nature's colors work well with blush.
A quick way to introduce blush into your rooms - a luxe pillow and a Mongolian faux fur throw (both available at Target).
The only blush we have around here right now is a blush of ears in my herd of bunnies, but I'm going on the record - I suddenly love the color blush - a whisper softer than pink and the most romantic color of all.
Have yourself a wonderful Easter.
top photo : claybrookstudio.co.uk