August 29, 2017

11 Ways to Use Millennial Pink

Millennial pink

Greenery may hold the ‘color of the year’ title for 2017, but millennial pink has been the hottest shade of the season, reaching peak popularity this summer.The soft, rosy hue has become known for its timeless yet trendy aesthetic, popping up in interiors/home accents, fashion accessories, hair and cosmetics.

It has the ability to be the eye-catching pop of color to any less-than-exciting outfit, or be played down  in the background of your living room, even doubling as a modern day neutral. Interestingly enough, there is no consensus about what shade it actually is. It can fall anywhere on the color spectrum between beige and peach.

Millennial pink is actually the term used to describe a range of pretty pinks. Dusty rose, Scandi Pink and blush would all fall under its umbrella. In Pantone terms, it’s Rose Quartz, Pale Dogwood and/or Candy Pink. It’s  “softer than bubblegum and bolder than pastel” and we love it in a million different ways.

Get inspired with Mohawk Home’s favorite ways to use millennial pink:


Millennial pink fashion


Area Rugs

Contemporary chic area rug from Mohawk Home Studio collection by Patina Vie.

 Mohawk Home Studio Suzani Tapestry Sapphire by Patina Vie

Accent Furniture


Rose Gold Accent chair

Rose Gold Accent Chair


Millennial pink hair on Instagram, by American Salon.


Wall Color

Nordic Design Interiors showcases a wall painted in a soft millennial pink.

Source: Nordic Design


Millennial pink doorway


Accent Pillows

Millennial pink textured pillow from West Elm


Wall Art

Letter Board using Millennial pink



Millennial pink balloons


Flowers/Table Decor

Holiday table decor using millennial pink


Holiday Decor

Blush accents are used in the holiday home decor of this blogger's home.


Are you on board with the millennial pink trend? Tell us how you use it in the comments below!

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