Keep it Fresh in Pink
While Facetiming with my younger brother and his girlfriend who recently moved to Colorado, I spied a rosy mirror in the background. It’s Millennial Pink, he corrected me. (Those kids keep me young.) He had recently updated a secondhand find to the muted pink hue that’s all the rage. It wasn’t until then that I noticed pink is everywhere – while rose gold may be on its way out, other shades of the trendy color feel fun, new and perfect for the spring season. Add pink to your space with large furniture pieces if you can’t get enough or with smaller accents to lift up your decor.
Doesn’t get easier than recovering a toss pillow with one of these color-block cushion covers. In two minutes, you’ve spiced up the room. Available at H&M, $12.99.
Adorably named Pinky Tuscadero and the Pinkettes, this set of kitchy bar stools add whimsy to your dining experience. Available on Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $1,500.
So airy is this vintage folding magazine rack. You’ll feel like you’re floating on a cloud while you catch up on your reading. Available on Etsy, $45.
Double the pink, double the fun with this pair of 1970’s Milo Baughman chrome chairs. Available at Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $600.
If you prefer just the lightest touch of pink, pick up a few Betty Pink tea light candle holders. They add an element of delicateness to a space. Available at CB2, $2.95.
How fun are these modern geometric glasses? The retro graphic pattern is truly one of a kind. Available at Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $30.
Keep the light on with a Pillowfort table lamp. The pink hued glass warms up a home office. Available at Target, $54.99.
Simply stunning is this set of six vintage velvet dining chairs. Available at Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $2,200.
To pair with the extravagant feel of the dining chairs above is the rose quartz Kiva platter. The edges are dipped in gold, further adding to the luxe quality of this serving piece. Available at AHA, $510.
If you’re looking for a more earthy way of incorporating the trend, nab one of these hand dyed linen pillow covers. The pink is paired with brown for a layered appearance. Available at Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $50.