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The Best of Millennial Pink Home Decor

The Best of Millennial Pink Home Decor

Pink decor with a grown up pretty vibe is the coolest way to a rose-tinted life

Joanne Quinn - Senior Interior Designer at LuxDeco Studio
By Joanne Quinn, Senior Interior Designer

Last year was the year of millennial pink (a.k.a tumblr pink), no question. And, according to industry brands and uber-cool Mayfair basement eatery North Audley Canteen (designed by Gundry & Ducker), the hue which redefined pastels isn’t going anywhere.

Take a look at some of the newest pink decor pieces for your inspiration on how to work the look in your home.

We love that Assouline chose millennial pink to complement the elegant front cover photo of Jackie Kennedy for its Dinner Diaries volume. Refined and delicate, the colour is perfectly suited for a tome which highlights the art of entertaining.

L’Objet’s Teo collection defines the style du jour. The combination of millennial pink and black with brass accents is sharp, dichotomous and completely current.

Defining piped detailing, a quintessentially Hollywood Glamour shape and velvet—the Mellow stool by Munna is how to do millennial pink right.

A simple pink cushion is the easiest way to introduce the look at home and can anything suit millennial pink more than super-soft velvet?

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The delicate cashmere texture of this pink throw by Oyuna tones the hue down slightly for those less intrepid trend followers but nails the look into the process.

A cosy hot water bottle can’t get any more on trend than this Johnstons of Elgin cashmere creation. The ribbed detailing is classic, the palette is perfectly of-the-moment.

There’s a reason AERIN’s blush collection is such a bestseller. The combination of its millennial pink hue and sleek edges masters the equal parts smart and feminine equation.

Take a maximalist approach to the colour trend with this Tibet Lamb Cushion. Pair with cool grey suede and gestural artwork to offset its pretty appeal.

Pink tableware brings the colour trend into the dining room in a subtle way. Pair Joanna Buchanan’s rose quartz napkin rings with a crisp white architectural dinner service for a nonchalant nod.

Bring some pink decor into your bedroom with this shagreen decorative jewellery box, adorned with a simple front clasp and lined in faux suede.

Think outside the box with non-permanent millennial pink additions such as frothy hydrangea and tulips. Or try faux flowers (like these impossibly on-trend pink peonies) for a permanent, fresh look.

Blush, brass and texture, this photo frame channels the trend in a more traditional way, making it an elegant choice for less contemporary homes.

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