Tired of Millennial Pink? You Can Still Think Pink

published May 21, 2018
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We’re sensing a slight shift in the decor world as the “millennial pink” that defined the past few years starts to fade from favor. Say sayonara to those blush hues and get ready to welcome deeper, dusty tones with a touch of lavender. Not ready to venture too far off course from the trendy color? Don’t worry. Our selection of decor picks below will still satisfy your need for the muted hue we’ve all grown to love. Say hello to the grownup version of Millennial Pink.

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This rose-y shade is just the ticket to adding a new take on pink to your home or office. Toss this throw pillow in the corner of your favorite chair or place two atop your bed for a more finished look.

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If showing off your design prowess is more your speed, this printable piece of art will be sure to impress. The pink lavender shade will add the perfect pop of color to a neutral space or look great showcased on a gallery wall.

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These gold and dusty rose geometric mugs can transform into a deliberate design statement when you hang a set of them on wall hooks in your kitchen or dining area.

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For a chic window covering that’s as functional as it is fashionable, opt for this blackout curtain in a pretty shade of mauve. It’s polyester-lined and finished with gunmetal-coated grommets, for a completely glare-free experience.

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Liven up your living room with this etched gold-based lamp. It arrives with a rounded drum shade in the perfect shade of pink to complement your existing decor. A pair on each nightstand would be an instant eye-catcher; you’ll appreciate the soft glow they emit when lit.

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These handmade mini pots are the perfect size for an assortment of succulents, and are glazed inside to safely hold water. Since each pot is made to order, expect a different, organic shape from each one.

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If you’re having a hard time weaning yourself off of millennial pink, this rug doesn’t stray too far off course. It features two varied shades of pink—one bubblegum, one a more dusty shade—to ease your transition as painlessly as possible.

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Preserve the corners of your favorite cookbook by marking your place with this slightly darker pink bookmark. The bold black tassel will ensure you don’t lose your place and makes a strong statement as it peeks out from the pages.

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Yes, this does feature some millennial pink, but it’s the slightly deeper, dustier shades at the bottom that make it a must-have. Aside from its practicality, how cool is the glitter ombré pattern?

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The lush shade of mauve makes this velvet-upholstered chair look a lot more expensive than it is. Add in a rose gold metal base, and you’ll have one gorgeous (and original!) office chair on your hands.

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