The color that’s been called millennial pink, Scandinavian pink, nude, blush, dusty rose, and rose gold is all over design blogs and Instagram posts (trust us, you’ve seen it). This toned-down pink shade is androgynous, neutral enough to go with anything, and it looks amazing in homes.
We’ve gathered up some of our favorite Hayneedle furniture and decor in the beloved hue — it looks great as a paint color, too, as demonstrated by blogger Jen Pinkston. Read on to see the Hayneedle editors’ favorite pink picks!
Rose gold isn’t just for your phone or jewelry. For a truly glam bedroom look, start with two of our favorite Hayneedle exclusives. Set the stage for sweet dreams with this swanky daybed, and keep bedtime routine essentials and reading close at hand with a matching table. Light up your space with a rose gold floor lamp, and add a touch of personality and whimsy with this cute dog figurine.
Warm, Fuzzy Feelings
Fuzzy fabrics and geometric patterns pack a major punch in any room. Create a soft and cozy sofascape with a throw blanket, or add texture with some patterned pillows. Treat your feet to the soft luxury of this blush-colored rug, then add in a faux fur stool and prepare to sit pretty upon your shaggy throne.
Blush Pillow Party
Adding or swapping out decorative pillows is an easy way to embrace a trend without breaking the bank. Bring blush to your bedroom or living room with these pretty-in-pink options. Use matched pairs or mix it up – try half solid pillows and half patterned or blend big, bold prints with more subtle ones.
This nude-pink hue (think ballet slippers) looks great with gray, black, white, and just about any neutral. If you have a minimal Scandinavian or mid-century-modern look that could use just a hint of color, pops of pink in wall art, throws, vases, and more will liven up the space.
Dare to Think Pink
Pink floral prints and frills can be for grown-ups too, especially when subdued shades of rose and blush set the mood. Create an aura of elegance with a large-scale wall mural or add a simpler touch with silk peonies and roses. Textures and patterns help add depth to décor, so consider a Moroccan-inspired rug underfoot or frilled throw on the sofa.