If you follow me on Instagram you know that I and most millennials (yes I make the cut by a couple of years) have a serious obsession with the color trend Blush. Blush has been on of the top color trends for over three years now. I love to use it as an accent color in my home decor, in my wardrobe, and even my hat collection.
This trend isn’t going anywhere, and I am completely ok with that! The color Blush is just so soft, smooth, and calming. It is easy to pick up a throw or accent pillow in Blush to add that warm and calming color to any room, but have you thought about using Blush paint?
Sherwin Williams has four shades of Blush to choose from. You can even use their interactive website to help make a decision as to which shade of blush is right for you.
Rules before painting
It is very important to remember that paint colors vary a lot from room to room. For a few different reasons: 1. Your light or lack of lighting. 2. The existing colors you have in your room 3. The existing paint colors you have underneath it.
Here are a few examples of beautifully Blush painted interiors to help you take that leap from accent to walls.
Monica Hibbs is a mommy and interior designer that I love to follow. She wowed me with this descretely painted pink closet for her sweet new baby girl. It’s the perfect way to commit to Blush without going too far. That’s one lucky little baby.
Design Stories by Finishing Design Shop is another interior desiner that was bit by the Blush bug almost four years ago. This Blush painted accent wall was one of her favorite designs of the year and a great way to update your guest room.
Want to make a statement without using much paint at all? Paint your front door. What a fantastic way to use Blush in the most neglected yet over worked piece in your house! It brings such a refreshing calm change to your house with little effort.