2017 is looking at interior design through rose colored glasses.
From the faintest, barely-there whisper of blush
to the restrained warmth of the fiery undertones of a metallic rose gold and all of the varying shades in between, interior design and décor just pushed the boundaries of the pinks we thought we once knew. The introduction of these refined color stories are far.
The juxtaposition of blush in a room’s palette serves as a more
unconventional “neutral” by providing an aesthetic softness to ground other elements – from monochromatic neutrals to even the boldest
of palettes. Rose gold provides a dramatic and unexpected quality of warmth often crisply highlighting sleek and modern silhouettes while refracting its signature warm glow more bold than bashful.
Clockwise from top left:
Copper and brass rod & weave chair / $1950 / www.trnk-nyc.com
Fabric selections (clockwise from left): “Chinois Palais” in Blush Conch by Mary McDonald for Schumacher also available in wallpaper / www.fschumacher.com
“Greek Stripe” in Blush by Robert Allen / currently in stock at Front Door Fabrics & Interiors / www.robertallendesign.com
“Asian Trail” in Blush by Robert Allen / www.robertallendesign.com
“Rivers” in Blush by Tobi Fairley for Duralee / www.duralee.com
Ro Sham Beaux Lily Pink Quartz Chandelier / $1998 / www.laylagrayce.com
Acrylic Rose Gold Box with Selenite Crystal / $115 / www.mapletondrive.com
HIL-9032 New Zealand Wool Rug 8’x11’ / trade only / www.surya.com
Leavenworth Marble Coffee Table / $598 / www.anthropologie.com
Jamie Young Studio Table Lamp with Thin Drum Shade / $250 / www.jamieyoung.com