Blush pink has become a hit in home décor. However, making this subtle but ambiguous pink shade blend in with your home design can be tricky. One of the things that make blush pink a challenging color to decorate with is its reputation as a primarily feminine shade. But today, men have become bolder with colors that were formerly considered feminine territory. And when it comes to blush pink home décor, it’s more than fashionable for men as well as women to use this provocative chroma in their home anyway they choose!
Then again, the majority of the fuss about the use of blush pink in the home actually comes down to the shade itself. You have probably heard different terms for pink like bubblegum pink, dusty pink, mauve pink, and more. Yet, blush pink comes out the winner when it comes to interior home decoration. Frilly trimmings and bold pink vanity sets are fine, but if you are looking for something more subtle in the hue of pink, blush pink is the way to go!
Pink has its own allurement and most people can tolerate it because it’s not as audacious as red. Blush pink offers subtleness, which makes it attractive. Moreover, it adds that tint of red without having to outright use the color. When it comes to home décor, red takes more skill to use than pink.
-If you don’t want to go all out when using blush pink in your home décor, use accents like pillows, throw rugs, a vase, wall art, or a blanket with a scheme of blush pink textures and intensities.
-What about pink walls? This can be a delicate home decorating choice and should be given very careful consideration before taking the blush pink plunge. Nevertheless, it can work! It depends on how large the wall is, the room, and the wall texture. If you have a family and don’t want your home to look like a pink palace, a bathroom or kitchen wall is a good place to start. Most people would be able to deal with a blush pink bathroom or kitchen wall, more so than a living room or bed room. If you’re really bold, go for stripes!