Pink was the hottest color of 2017, we saw shades of the palest pinks in fashion, interior design and even office supplies. While it was millennial pink that captured the attention of the design-minded, there were many only slightly-less popular variations of the hue that were just as infectious. Here are a few of our favorites:
This mature variation of the millennial pale blush has a slight tinge of violet that complements cool neutrals like blanched silver or more saturated, dramatic tones like granite or asphalt.
This grey toned blush is relatively austere but offers a definite air of playfulness. The effect is youthful and light without being too frivolous. If you’re decorating for professional millennials, this hue could prove to be quite attractive.
This pink is imbued with a vibrant orange undertone that parlays a beachy, tropical sunset vibe. Pair this color with a soft, warm grey or a delicate off-white.
When soft pink is your goal but you still love bright, striking color, Dog’s Ear’s pleasantly subdued vibrance might have the bold attitude you’re looking for.
Use these trendy colors for your accent walls, your designer details, and windows treatments like Roman Shades and custom drapes. Visit Allure Window Coverings’ online showroom for more design inspiration.