When it comes to the colour spectrum I’d never considered myself an aficionado of any pink tones. Especially growing up from child to teen to adult. That said quite the exception was made when “millennial pink” burst onto the scene and catapulted the shade into worldwide celebrity and creating quite the cult following. Aside from my own love affair with “millennial pink”, the buck stops short when venturing further out of the colour spectrum when it comes to other pink tones. That said I just can not deny how much I adore the shade of pink when muted down by being incorporated amongst sumptuous Moroccan, Oriental, sixties and seventies inspired furnishings. For me these are the epitome of vibrant seventies inspired home luxury.
These interiors seemingly blend away a mix of tonal pinks, reds and oranges so seamlessly and effortlessly. The kind of way which perhaps inspires me to introduce this type of design style of seventies inspired home luxury into my own space and surroundings. And it wouldn’t be too overboard if I did, as this is a style and era I easily relate too and constantly take inspiration from; be it through interior design or fashion itself. The success of seventies inspired home luxury comes in part from bespoke furnishings like statement designer accent chairs in organic shapes with low sunken profiles. Those heavily identifiable forms reminiscent of natural organic matter and shapes like beans and pods. The kind of shapes which make for ideal, enclosed intimate gatherings amongst family or friends. Or via eccentric and iconic floral prints or as in these interiors the utilisation of Moroccan style Ikat printed fabric, cleverly upholstered on the coffee table ottoman.
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