How To Use Blushes In Interior Design

Graham & Brown’s 2018 color of the year is a beautiful blush called Penelope, and we’re obsessed! Blushes, like Penelope, bring a soft sophistication to interior spaces when properly used. When it comes to incorporating blushes into your room(s), it’s best to err on the side of caution in order to avoid accidentally creating a baby girl’s nursery. Our team at CW Interiors has put together a few pointers on how to use blushes in your decor without going overboard.

Paint

Pastel pinks work wonderfully as an accent color. You could paint a single wall, a few shelves, a chair, or a table in a soft pink to draw the eye of anyone passing through.

Textiles

Crushed, stonewashed nude linens are to die for but an entirely pink duvet can be quite overbearing. A soft blush throw draped over a sofa, bed, or chair will add a beautiful touch of pink to any room. We also recommend mixing and matching some pink pillows with white or grey linens.    

Art

While artwork is a more permanent means of bringing blushes into your home, the tone goes so well with various colors that it will look fantastic in a painting or print. At CW Interiors, we’re sure to have the perfect piece of art to add a touch of blush to your home.

Ceramics

Ceramics are quite possibly the easiest ways of incorporating blushes into your home. A simple blush vase, bowl, or even some mugs if you’re trying to soften your kitchen all work to tie a room’s aesthetic together.

Are you looking to incorporate soft blushes into your interior space? Stop by CW Interiors in Brighton and speak to one of our staff members. We’ve got the perfect accessory or furniture piece to put the finishing touches on any room.   

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Derek Crandall