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How to Use Blush in Interiors

Not only is blush (or ‘Rose Quartz) the colour of the year, but I am totally obsessed with this colour in interiors right now. It brings such warmth and softness to a room. However, it’s a colour that needs to be done right, to avoid creating a baby girl’s bedroom look. 
‘Less is more’ is definitely the way to go with using blush within interiors, so I’ve put together a few ways to add some peachy goodness to your space without over-doing it, and which can be easily changed up down the track. Plus there are a few subtle ways you can sneak this beautiful colour into your home without your other half noticing that suddenly there are accents of pink wherever he looks…
I adore the look of crushed, stonewashed nude linen. However a whole pink duvet cover or sheets is quite full-on (and feminine), so I am lusting over some pink pillowcases to mix and match with our current grey and white linen sheets. I am loving these. Also this gorgeous blush throw draped over the end of the bed or sofa adds the perfect touch of pink.
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Rather than covering an entire room in blush paint, I looove the idea of a pastel pink door! Wishing I had a beautiful front door to paint right now. Other ideas are painting just one wall, a couple of shelves, or a wooden chair/table.
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This is one of the easiest ways to bring blush into your kitchen by just buying a couple of gorgeous blush mugs to drink your coffee from, or a beaut Le Creuset dish – pink rhubarb & apple crumble anyone? I am utterly in love with Suite One Studio at the moment, just take a look at their website for yourself and you’ll know what I’m on about. 
This might be a more permanent way of using blush within your home, but this tone goes with so many other colours that it looks so beautiful within paintings/prints/patterns. Ashley Goldberg is one of my favourite artists/designers who often uses pastel pinks in her work and it is so fun and contemporary. I adore this woven wall hanging by Maryanne Moodie. I think the way it is styled  in the photo keeps it modern. 
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What do you think of blush within interiors? Yay or nay? x

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    February 4, 2016 at 10:12 am

    It is indeed a really great shade! My favourite colour is green, but I enjoy the occasional pink, and somehow your pictures are having a calming effect on me. It’s really soft, and laid back, you know?

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    Fran ~ A Thing for Life

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