Dusty Rose, I'm Obsessed!
This colour palette of soft pinks mixes beautifully with all of the light neutrals you already own. Paired with greys, beiges and whites - Dusty Rose looks great with all of them!
Today my subscribers are going to get an exclusive look at some of my latest and greatest finds in this luxurious colour palette.
HINT - This is going to be a big colour for the fall, so you can get a head start on the pink trend.
Gentlemen, I know what you're thinking...Pink? But trust me, as long as you don't overdue it, we can still keep your home looking just as masculine by adding rich textures and metals to create some balance.
Let me know which items below are your favs! Where do you think you would use pink accents in your own home?
My coffee Tastes better just looking at this beautiful mug from Anthropology.
Hand Painted Ring dish via Suite One Studio. Perfect for displaying your favourite pieces of jewelry.
How adorable is this cloud wall lamp? It's perfect for your little ones nursery. This cloud light can be found at Fern Kids online.
Rose Bisque - This Benjamin Moore colour would work perfectly on an accent wall or door. A pantry or laundry room door would work nicely, or a feature wall in a nursery, laundry room or mudroom. In my own home, I used a soft pink in my master bedroom closet as a backdrop to all of my white closet storage. Light enough to add a little colour and not make the room feel too small.
Carry around this trendy colour everywhere you go with the Rose Gold version of the Macbook Pro from Apple. They also have a line of Macbook covers in this colour by "Incase". TIP: The profiles of these laptops have changed lately so double check you have the right case before bringing it home. The newer laptops do not have any USB slots etc.
Check out these Rose Quartz Coasters. These would be a perfect Christmas gift for the trendsetter in your life.
Check out the direct link to these beauties on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/467123614/rose-quartz-coasters-set-of-4?ref=unav_listing-other-1
This Faux Mongolian Pillow from Lulu & Georgia looks so much like the real thing! It's important when doing "faux" items to make sure they don't look cheap. Invest in faux items that have the appeal and look of the "real" thing.
Check out the photos below for some more inspiration. These pictures will help show you how to make these light pink colours work together throughout your home.
The key is to add small accents that can easily be removed later if you decide to switch up your decor.
Don't overdo it, pick a few of your favourite items - try to make them functional as well - a throw blanket, pillows and coasters. Voila!
I always try to keep my larger furniture items neutral to stand the test of time. If you like to change up your decor seasonally, pink works perfectly through out the Spring, Summer and early Fall. I often change out my accents later fall and winter. I will make sure to create a blog on Fall/Winter accents as well.
- The Home Stylist -
1. Bedroom - Decoholic.com
2. Lounge Area- Likeittoknowithome
3. Powder Room- Domino.com
4. Nursery - Mydomaine.com
5. Mudroom - MeganBachmann.com
6. Bathroom - CuratedInterior.com