Typically pink isn't a color I gravitate towards but muddy it up with some gray or beige and you get this beautiful easy-on-the-eyes blush tone. Add in a bit of black or deep olive green for contrast and you've got the makings of a sophisticated color palette that doesn't feel the least bit juvenile. Enjoy some of our favorite room scenes using a Blush + Black color palette below:
Rather than painting the entire room white, Sue Williams A'Court used Farrow&Ball's 'Calamine', a soft, subtle pink, to add warmth and substance to her living room.
Oddly flexible, blush is a color that usually plays well with varying wood tones including warm walnuts and natural birch. Below, ColourCube Interiors keeps the styling minimal but evokes a cozy feeling in this bedroom using a wood-panelled wall and blush accents.
This last image is the living room of country singer Kacey Musgraves, designed by Elsie Larson of A Beautiful Mess. The color palette here veers more towards fun and whimsical than sophisticated and moody but it's a bright + sunny addition to the mix!
For more color palette inspiration, follow the Farmer's Daughter Color Pinterest board!