One thing is for certain right now, we are head-over-heels IN LOVE with blush pink! This month’s Fashion vs. Interior post focuses on this current color crush. At the moment, blush pink is definitely claiming it’s spot in the fashion world. Although this color is typically associated with a springtime wardrobe, this season we are seeing all kinds of winter wear in this beautiful color. Blush pink brings a classic feminine touch to any outfit and works great with neutrals or denim. Let’s be honest, we will take any excuse to wear this color as often as we can. Whether it’s shoes, jackets, blouses, dresses or accessories we just can’t get enough! Blush pink is also popping up more and more in interior spaces. Incorporating pink into your home can be a bit challenging at times, especially when it comes to finding the right shade. We typically prefer to steer clear of the intense pink tones and go with a more subtle hue such as... you guessed it... blush! This color adds a freshness and softness to a space that you just can’t achieve with the brighter pink colors. We like to add small touches of blush pink to a space so that it does not feel overwhelming, or mix in different pink tones throughout a space for a more layered effect. Some of our favorite ways to incorporate this color into an interior is by painting one specific wall or niche, painting a ceiling in a room for a fun surprise, using a wallpaper or rug with some blush pink accents or incorporating a great furniture piece into a space. You can also never go wrong by styling your space with some lovely fresh pink flowers! When using blush pink in an interior we always try to mix in other natural textures and colors so that the space does not feel overly feminine. Some of our favorite blush pink paint colors to use in an interior have a slight coral tone to them. Two of our favorites are Love and Happiness and Wellesley Buff from Benjamin Moore. When used right, these two colors can really add sophistication to an interior.