You’re Making Us Blush
It doesn’t take much for Laurel to be inspired for an interior’s design. Such is the example of this pink gin bottle she spotted during one of her travels. I agree! The colors in this photo are simple and sophisticated at the same time. Let’s look at how to use this beautiful color in our homes. Get ready to blush!
Six Beautiful Blush Paint Colors
Pink. There is no other color that has been both overused and underused at the same time. Sure, it comes to mind at some point in every soon to be mother’s mind. You know that “pink is for girls” thing. From the softest roses to the wild hot pinks…this hue seems to have been trapped in a centuries old stereo type that seldom allowed for the pinks to travel outside a bedroom or bath.
Paint Colors Via Sherwin Williams (SW) and Benjamin Moore (BM)
Ah, but what if we stop calling this extremely versatile color “pink” and add it to a broader group of hues called “blush“. That’s all it took to allow blushing beauties to be used everywhere. Let’s look!
Touches Of Blush In Our Decor
Hold your hand over the pale salmon colored pillow and you’ll see a crisp cool set of bed linens. Remove your hand and see how much softer the scene is with the addition of a simple blush pillow.
A classic white bathroom is transformed with the barely there blush walls and glorious sheer drape panels. And what about the soft tint of the towel?!
Oh my goodness, this marble wall and sink are a welcome change from the white carrara we are seeing everywhere right now.
There are so many interesting details in this decor and the earthy blush hues in the amazing brick wall anchor the entire design.
What Makes Your Decor Blush?
Once we started looking for ways to use one of the many hues of blush in a decor, we were excited to find it everywhere. To finish up today, please enjoy the quick slide show below. What shade of blush can you see in your home?
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