For real drama, try contrasting pastel pinks with dark, inky tones for an urban feel. The powder pink of the shutters and cushions in this room really pop against the denim blue walls, while the hints of grey help make the transition between the two colours.
Shutters are ideal for this look, as they look sleek and modern. These tier-on-tier shutters in Chalk Pink also add a further hit of colour.
Blush tones also work well with cooler colour palettes, sitting alongside mink and grey shades for a grown up, sophisticated look that works well in any room.
We’ve mixed and matched subtle textures and prints with these Serenity Blush curtains and Mineral Blush Roman blind for a hint of intrigue.
The addition of blush pink is a simple way to update any look. This bedroom uses a combination of textures and materials for a look that feels rustic and rural, while the blush tones add a more contemporary feel.
We’ve opted for a mix of two Roller blinds in Purity White and Acacia Taupe and these beautiful floor-to-ceiling Tetbury Blush curtains. Layering window dressings in this way add a sense of luxe.