Color Me Rose

Interior living room with floral accents and a pink door.

Rose-colored tones.

If you see classy nights with wine and dinner on a platter in your future, you’ll fit right in with this new trend. From velvet couches to accent walls, the design world is crying out for a return to classy. Interior designers are calling it “Millennial Pink: the evolution of Rose Quartz.”

This trend is blooming like roses. as seen in the July catalog of Ethan Allen, ‘Every Detail Matters’. Millennial pink creates a subtle but elegant accent whether it be as simple as a charming pink chair or as extravagant as a rose wall mural.

A pink colored couch.

Suzan Meredith, the owner of redecorating today, recommends “paring pink with darker colors like gray and black, to balance the femininity with the masculinity.” She also suggested if you love pink, but don’t want to overdo it, just use vases. accent pillows, and throw rugs to add that little pop of pink.

Living room and pink door

At Five Star we’ve painted with a variety of pinks, but some of the most popular ones are Innocence 6302,Insightful Rose 6023, Rose Accent 1117 and Rosetone 1186.. These Sherwin William and Benjamin Moore pinks are a small way to brighten your mood and environment and to satisfy the classiness your home craves.

Rose-colored tones.

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