For me interiors, as in fashion is very much about a neutral base with dashes of peculiarity. I also greatly appreciate minimalism. And as in fashion, interior trends are about as fickle as they come. Magenta one moment, macabre antlers the next. It's easy to get swept up with what is in vogue, especially with the varied selections out there. You can find many a covetable piece at a reasonable price and because of this it becomes overly easy to overuse and saturate your space with frivolities. And unless you reside in a sixteen bedroom and bathroom abode, chances are you won't be able to accomodate a vast collection of curiosities. Something I can be prone to doing myself at times because I just want all the things.

So it always makes sense to prepare yourself with a great base by sticking to a neutral palette so you can add or remove pieces. And as fads fade you wont find yourself stuck with ghastly pieces for an eternity (or until your next major spring clean). Personally I'm not fond of too much change, especially when it comes to homewares. I'd rather invest in transcendent pieces as the idea of wasting resources and materials doesn't bode well with me. Soft shades of blush mingling with metallic accents like copper are very much du jour right now and unlike previous trends like chevron or fluro this is something you won't be reaching to replace next season.

-Sxx


For me interiors, as in fashion is very much about a neutral base with dashes of peculiarity. I also greatly appreciate minimalism. And as in fashion, interior trends are about as fickle as they come. Magenta one moment, macabre antlers the next. It's easy to get swept up with what is in vogue, especially with the varied selections out there. You can find many a covetable piece at a reasonable price and because of this it becomes overly easy to overuse and saturate your space with frivolities. And unless you reside in a sixteen bedroom and bathroom abode, chances are you won't be able to accomodate a vast collection of curiosities. Something I can be prone to doing myself at times because I just want all the things.

So it always makes sense to prepare yourself with a great base by sticking to a neutral palette so you can add or remove pieces. And as fads fade you wont find yourself stuck with ghastly pieces for an eternity (or until your next major spring clean). Personally I'm not fond of too much change, especially when it comes to homewares. I'd rather invest in transcendent pieces as the idea of wasting resources and materials doesn't bode well with me. Soft shades of blush mingling with metallic accents like copper are very much du jour right now and unlike previous trends like chevron or fluro this is something you won't be reaching to replace next season.

-Sxx


27 comments

  1. Pastel pink around the house is a great option for still having something 'trendy' with the colour of the year if you don't wear pastels too, haha!

    I agree a nice pastel work so well with metallics. I'm always a less is more person for home decor. Except for candles, happy candle hoarder here I have more than any sane person should. They just look so pretty in their little jars and holders!

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  2. I'm big on minimalism when it comes to home decor as well. And soft pink would probably be used all over my home if I didn't live with my husband. Maybe I should try to find ways to sneak it in ;p

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  3. Pink, grey and white....so elegant mix Sonia!!! Kisses from Italy and thank you for your visit,
    Eni

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  4. Oh wow! I love these photos! the pink is so absolutely beautiful!
    WritingMonique

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  5. these are beautiful
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  6. I love neutral colors too <3 very nice photos
    xoxo

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  7. This is one of the top shade of the year! So nice!

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  8. Wow! That blush color sofa and kitchen pots & pans are GORGEOUS! I love that color and its so cool to see it in a home decor setting.
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  9. That blush interior is so beautiful and chic! I love how it can add many different feels when paired with different things. I've seen it work to dress up a country shabby chic room, as well as give some rooms a vintage vibe when paired with mint.

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  10. I have never associate pink (any shade of it) with trendy, chic or sophisticated but you definitely proved me wrong with the pictures here. The soft pastel pink actually looks really good against white, not sure if my husband would go for it though.....

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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  11. Very clean and fresh. Lush too. Great mix of beautiful colors. Reminds me of when I used to visit model homes to get decor ideas for my home. I should probably start doing that again blogging permitting. Used to be great fun.
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  12. Very clean and fresh. Lush too. Great mix of beautiful colors. Reminds me of when I used to visit model homes to get decor ideas for my home. I should probably start doing that again blogging permitting. Used to be great fun.
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  13. I'm loving the colour combo super chic and elegant... LOVELY
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  14. I'm imagining myself packing my stuff & moving in right now! xoxo

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  15. I just love these rose and copper shades for interior styling. I so hope I can convince my fiancé to have it in our future home a lot xD
    xx

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  16. I have some of these pinned on my Pinterest, I just love the pop of colour, it doesn't look annoying but beautiful. I like minimalist interior, so when I am decorating my place, I will probably include some of these ideas and soft colours like that to the place :)

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  17. We're actually redecorating our house and blush/ rose gold is actually the color we've been loving right now. Thanks for these inspo :)

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  18. These photos are so inspiring. I think that a home is where you feel like to stay, no matter decor trends of the moment. Now I'm redecorating my home in a minimalist style. We found out we had a lot of things that didn't make us happy. Have a great Sunday!

    Jasmine x

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  19. I have never had a sense of good styling at home, but I do share your thoughts about minimalism. Those pink details are so pretty and look so cozy. Beautiful inspiration, S!

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  20. All those pics are beautiful exemples, love so much the neutral colors and also pale pink and gray shades



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  21. This is a really nice layout. :D I really like the soft pink tones in the room, so pretty!

    ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND

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  22. Wow, how beautiful. The pastels and greys work really well together, to create such a beautiful little space. This is literally house goals.

    Amy;
    Little Moon Elephant

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  23. Very true and this blush shade is lovely as a base and as an accent.

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  24. I never tried incorporating pink into our home decor, probably because I didn't realize that it matches wood and metallic accents perfectly. Thank you so much for giving me this idea, Sonia! I think about refreshing our apartment for spring, so this was really helpful:)

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