Beautiful blush pink room

Interior meets fashion

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So sorry I’ve been MIA... sold my family home and moved house. So I’m going to kick off the blogs with when interiors meet fashion.

One colour that was everywhere for Spring / Summer 21 runways is millennial pink. It’s the pale blush tint we’ve seen in stores, hotels, restaurants, and homes in recent years, and we’re not going to deny that it’s been fun. We will always have a love for the color pink, but if you want to avoid getting stuck with an appropriate decoration for 2018-19, our advice is to avoid millennial pink. If you really love a soft pastel color palette, consider nude or sandy shades, which have a more timeless quality.

However, I couldn’t help myself. I’ve just had so much fun incorporating some blush into my home and wardrobe.

Lucy Macgill's new pad

The Style Tribe Lucy MacGill Fashion meets interiors inspo

Here is a look at my next project, my bedroom I’m covering my walls in this wallpaper.  https://www.dropitmodern.com/products/wallpaper-wavelength-mural-blush

Beautiful blush pink roomSo my vision board to share was this:

The Style Tribe Lucy MacGill Blush inspo

Working pastels with pastels is a really cute idea! It’s definitely a colourful statement, but a fun way of being creative with colours during summer. Baby pink with lavender is a bubbly duo, mint green with baby blue is sophisticated, peach with baby yellow is warm and sunny! To avoid an overload of sweetness though, a good idea is to go one colour for clothes and the second pastel as accessories! Like a baby pink dress with lavender shoes!

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