It has been the darling of recent times – millennial pink has appeared in all walks of life from clothing (men’s and women’s), products, accessories, hair and makeup, and interiors.
It’s a colour that may not be going away anytime soon but the sweeter truer shades of pink we’ve been seeing in recent years are morphing in two directions – to dusky peach/nudes and to soft fresh lilacs.
In this room, using two muted peachy pinks together means that the space doesn’t become overpowering.
The lighter colour, Resene Sorbet, is used as a neutral, leaving the darker colour Resene Just Dance, as a feature wall to frame the white linen sofa.
Adding to the soft, weathered look is a distressed floor where Resene Poured Milk is used over a basecoat of Resene Rebel, then sanded back in random areas.
The pendant light is in Resene Despacito, the tall vase is Resene Irresistible and the small vase is in Resene Rose Gold, a new metallic from Resene.
As with millennial pink, this newer colour is not one specific colour but can be many.
Think salmon, wafer, biscuit, nude and pale coral. In combination, these colours are like a pale, glorious sunset.
The surge of smoky pink and peach into our current culture has opened the door for androgynous and adult pinks of so many different shades.
It’s gentle, compassionate, composed, free-spirited nurturing and youthful.
It can be used as an accent colour or as a neutral depending on which version of the colour you choose – the muddier versions work well as neutrals. It’s not sickly sweet, but can be sophisticated, glamorous and edgy.