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We have seen many shades of pink throughout 2017 and it seems to still be in high demand. A shade of pink that is not going away anytime soon is Blush. A popular choice for those wanting to introduce colour into a room but maybe afraid to go too bright. It doesn’t matter which room – living, bedroom or kitchen – blush can feature everywhere.

Ceramics from roseandgrey.co.uk

The blush shade works best when on chairs and soft furnishings with tactile materials like velvet and soft linen. Whether your room is a light neutral space or dark and moody, a blush statement chair will fit perfectly. It compliments colours grey and green really well,  as well as materials like brass, copper, gold and dark woods.

Add touches of blush with cushions and accessories. Find interesting patterns and quirky designs to inject fun into your home.

Lamp shade from rockettstgeorge.co.uk

If you look at any online interiors store you will find the blush items are still prominent. This is proof that this gorgeous shade of pink is going to be taking us through to Autumn / Winter. 


1. Print from desenio.co.uk [ from £2.95 ]

2. Cushion cover from hm.com [ £6.99 ]

3. Image from Pinterest

4. Vase from southwoodstores.co.uk [ £10 ]

5. Bed frame from made.com [ from £399 ]

6. Storage basket from hm.com [ £8.99 ]

7. Armchair from westelm.co.uk [ £699 ]

8. Vase from miafleur.co.uk [ £76 ]

9. Wallpaper from grahambrown.com [ £40 ]

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Embracing one of the most beautiful colours of the season, Made have three pieces of new-in statement furniture to introduce shades of pink into your home. 

It’s a great colour to sit in a monochrome or pure white interior or together with soft greys. It will also be cohesive with highlight colours, also big this season – copper, bronze, black and green. 

Margot Armchair £399

Frame Armchair £599 

Julianna Sofa £999

Julianne Ottoman £399 

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Bring serenity and a beautiful calm to your interiors with blush hues. The pink palette of this trend is a dreamy mix of shades of pink with complimentary colour additions of white, cream and beige. These hues sit well with light woods or white furniture, keeping accessories in copper, a little monochrome and of course pink to a minimal to ensure the interior is minimal and clean.

Create a Spring feel for a lounge or bedroom with this beautiful trend,  covering windows with long billowing pale pink curtains, which could look great layered up with lace nets, scatter cushions in a variety of pale pinks with the odd one with subtle pattern and opt for a couple of pink tones for the walls. 

[ Farrow & Ball ] Calamine / Nancys Blushes / Cinderose

Farrow & Ball / paint from £39.50  

1 pink ombré print / from £12 / Junique 

2 Rafi desk lamp / £25 / Habitat 

3 cotton curtains / from £60 / John Lewis 

4 Muuto vase / £75 / Ambient Direct 

5 Hygeia head bust / £84 / Mia Fleur