Blush is such a pretty colour and so on trend right now, but the chances are you’re not going to want it on every wall in your home (although I’m sure done in the right way it could look pretty cool?!).  That’s why I love how the owners of this small space in Gothenburg (currently for sale through Alvhem) compliment the blush in the bedroom with soft beige, green and deeper earthy pinks in the sitting room. Definitely a palette to remember!

Styling: Kristina Cuvier. Photography: Fredrik J Karlsson for Alvhem
So pretty don’t you think? 
I love the combination of the golden brown throw (similar here), white linen bedding and blush walls in particular.
Incidentally – I painted my daughter’s bedroom in a similar colour to the one seen. A word of warning, the right colour totally depends on the light in the room. Some looked like a lovely nude in the paint shop and then lilac on the wall (eeeek!), so it’s best to check out a few before you commit! Maybe you have a fail safe tone you can recommend? 
Feeling inspired?! This pink trend post might give you some other ideas of ways to incorporate pink into your home (from more subtle hints to entire rooms in different shades!).
Have a lovely evening!

PS Don’t miss tomorrow’s tour of an artist’s cabin – I’m so excited about it!



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Blush is such a pretty colour and so on trend right now, but the chances are you’re not going to want it on every wall in your home (although I’m sure done in the right way it could look pretty cool?!).  That’s why I love how the owners of this small space in Gothenburg (currently for sale through Alvhem) compliment the blush in the bedroom with soft beige, green and deeper earthy pinks in the sitting room. Definitely a palette to remember!

Styling: Kristina Cuvier. Photography: Fredrik J Karlsson for Alvhem
So pretty don’t you think? 
I love the combination of the golden brown throw (similar here), white linen bedding and blush walls in particular.
Incidentally – I painted my daughter’s bedroom in a similar colour to the one seen. A word of warning, the right colour totally depends on the light in the room. Some looked like a lovely nude in the paint shop and then lilac on the wall (eeeek!), so it’s best to check out a few before you commit! Maybe you have a fail safe tone you can recommend? 
Feeling inspired?! This pink trend post might give you some other ideas of ways to incorporate pink into your home (from more subtle hints to entire rooms in different shades!).
Have a lovely evening!

PS Don’t miss tomorrow’s tour of an artist’s cabin – I’m so excited about it!