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Millennial rose: how to adopt it?

Millennial rose: how to adopt it?



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Seen and seen again on the podiums and on the stands of Maison & Objet, the millennial rose or "quartz rose" was elected Pantone color in 2016. If the mayonnaise did not take immediately - it is often the case case with the chosen colors - we find it this summer at the four corners of the decorative sphere. This powdery pink, tinged with beige and which pulls slightly towards the salmon, settles its suitcases in all rooms of the house. Even the garden is not spared! Take a look at the best ideas to make it a place in your home.

Painting on the wall

Even if you adopt the millennial pink at home, you might as well not do things by halves! In a living room, in an entryway or even in a bedroom, choose a wall and choose to paint it completely in this powdery shade. The plus: it is easy to combine with a duck blue, a terracotta or even a deep gray. As for brass, they cannot, so to speak, live one without the other.

© La Redoute Interiors

At table !

With the return of sunny days, our desires for summer tables are felt. To satisfy them, nothing like a little powdery pink served in two ways. Or in the household linen version, tablecloth and light napkins, accompanied by white plates. Or in a white tablecloth version with fine stripes dotted with delicately cracked plates in a pastel color. Without forgetting the golden cutlery which suits them perfectly!

© H&M Home / Cyrillus

In the children's room

Without falling into the too girly side, the millennial pink obviously likes in the little ones' room. In bed, shelf, plaid, cushion or even carpet, it cohabits nicely with taupe, sea green, cloud blue or even blond wood colors.

© Bloomingville

On the sofa

The choice of sofa is not to be taken lightly. Centerpiece of the living room, place of relaxation and reunion, it must be as comfortable as pleasant to look at. And since millennial pink is indeed the color of the moment, we can only fall for a fabric model that wears it so well. Little advice on the cushion side: dare to mix plain and graphic patterns in coral and terracotta tones.

© Maisons du Monde

In bath linen

The bathroom does not escape the millennial pink either. When the latter has a clean and natural look, pastel napkins and rugs thus enhance everything. The key to success: play sparingly!

© H&M Home / Soedahl

In the kitchen

Do you like pink? The "millennial pink" trend is undoubtedly the ideal excuse to try to convince your other half to opt for this color in the kitchen. If you master the art of persuasion, opt directly for lacquered furniture with contemporary finishes. Otherwise, try your luck with household appliances! Refrigerator, pastry robot, blender, cooking piano ... brands such as Smeg, KitchenAid or even Aga have made it a specialty.

© GOAL / Aviva

In bed linen

When the rays of the sun caress the walls and the smell of freshly cut grass perfumes the air, it is time to activate the "spring" mode on the master bedroom. For this, we go without fear to the linen bed linen washed, light and airy, which brings softness and serenity. And what about the millennial pink color that lights up the barely installed room?

© La Redoute Interiors

With a design piece

Millennial pink in furniture, yes. As a design piece, even better! And that's good, because we are spoiled this summer. While we never tire of glancing at Ferm Living's shiny screen, we also felt our hearts racing when our eyes first landed on the Arco armchair imagined by Masquespacio for Houtique. Let him or her who does not imagine himself in the middle of Wes Anderson's setting raise his hand!

© Masquespacio / Ferm Living

In small touches

This is probably the easiest way to adopt it: bet on small accessories. On the sofa for example, you can count on one or two cushions and on an angora or cashmere plaid. On the desk, we opt for a small lamp and a nice pencil holder. In the dining room, we play the mismatched card with a pink velvet chair associated with mottled wooden models. Finally, why not multiply the powdered vases in different shapes and sizes on the windowsill?

© H&M Home / Bloomingville

In the garden

There is no question of missing out on the trend, even in the garden! For the outdoors, of course we avoid the total look, and we favor one or two pieces that will make the difference. For our part, we are totally in love with the garden hose from the Swedish brand Garden Glory. Another idea to make a little place for millennial pink on the terrace: bet on an Acapulco armchair to give a little pep to a garden furniture in neutral colors.

© Garden Glory / Maisons du Monde