Blush is a beautiful choice when it comes to bedding sets. Delicate and romantic, it can also become elegant and refined with the right choice of accessories.
Pantone declared Rose Quartz their color of 2016, so this is the perfect time to jump on the pink bandwagon and outfit your bedroom in style. It’s a wonderful excuse to create a grown-up bedroom that has some of that long-lost princess feel of your childhood. Why settle for boring white or cream linens, when you can show a little personality? This is the time to express your feminine side with these gorgeous selections.
However, don’t be fooled into thinking that pink must necessarily evoke the image of Disney princesses, or Barbie dolls dressed in aggressively gendered colors. We’re talking about blush, after all – a grown-up and sophisticated concept. Dress it up right, and you can have any number of gorgeous looks, ranging from airy all the way down to dramatic.
If you’re aiming for a dramatic effect, you may want to combine delicate pastel pinks with bright vibrant reds. Make sure to include cool and cool white tones, to keep the blush sets from becoming overwhelming. Alternatively, the metallic accents in your bedroom could really to bring out an edge in these beautiful selections. Black, on the other hand, can lend pink a truly sophisticated feel. And taupe, muted purple or cream colors all serve to bring out its softness.
Blush bedding sets are a gorgeous way to re-imagine your bedroom – and there is an almost unlimited variety of ways to use them in your décor. They lend an airy feel to any room, so if you don’t like heavy patterns or bold designs, this might just be the perfect fit.
Another great thing about this year’s Pantone color is that it never really goes out of style. After all, how can something so intimately connected with our memories, childhoods and identities ever be pushed out by any other color? Beautifully chosen blush bedding collections can therefore easily become a fixture in your home, giving your bedroom a light and dreamy feeling far beyond 2016.