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Art Design Think Pink: 5 Rosy-Hued Pieces For Your Home

Think Pink: 5 Rosy-Hued Pieces For Your Home

Think Pink: 5 Rosy-Hued Pieces For Your Home
By Kissa Castañeda
By Kissa Castañeda
May 08, 2017

Beautiful interior ideas to make you blush.

Gallery at Sketch restaurant in London, designed by India Mahdavi. Image courtesy of Sketch

Pantone may have hailed Greenery as Colour of the Year but judging from recent showings at Salone del Mobile in Milan, pink is having a moment too.

(Related: 6 Pink Jewellery You'd Want To Wear On Your Wedding Day)

Long before the hue dominated Gucci runways, pink had already been big in design. The emergence of the hue—especially the paler tones of the spectrum—are whispers of the lasting influence of Scandinavian design (where it’s a common colour), as well as the growing appeal of a softer, more romantic approach to interior decoration. You just have to look at how many foodies have Instagramed the India Mahdavi-designed Gallery at Sketch restaurant in London, to see that it's a colour that really clicks. 

Want to cop the look? Here are a few ideas and pieces to translate it to your abode.  


British brand has always had an affinity for pastels, but they’ve clearly shown their love for blush with the new Stay Daybed, presented at Rosanna Orlandi in Milan. The rounded shape, metallic piping and the sumptuous shade of pink makes this a piece to covet. 

Fendi Casa

Trust a fashion label to add a twist to a streamlined sofa, especially using the power of furnishing fabric. Collaborating with designer Toan Ngyuen, the Six Shades of Palmer sofa showcases a beautiful gradation and proves that colour works with clean lines, too.  

Available at Fendi, 391b Orchard Road, Ngee Ann City Tower B, #09-08/09


Scandinavian brands like Muuto helped propel pink to the spotlight. This year, their Oslo seating series (seen above) and the Outline sofa are both available in a powder pink hue that perfectly pairs with interiors that feature marble, brass and light wood.

Available at Lifestorey, 1 Kim Seng Promenade #02-15 Great World City, Tel: 6732 7362

Dimore Studio

A pilgrimage to Dimore Gallery is a must during Milan Design Week, and this year they transformed their via Solferino showroom into a tribute to pink. The entire scenography featured a lick of pink paint juxtaposed with industrial-style and metallic pieces that create an eclectic contrast.  

 Designers Guild

Add playful textures of pink to your living room. The Majolica collection from Designers Guild pairs intense pigments of pink with ornate floral details on its fabrics and cushion covers. Another rosy find is its Saraille Peony rug, now available with a new tencel woven composition that makes the blush tones ever so vibrant. Available in Singapore at Romanez, 9 Muthuraman Chetty Road, #04-01, APS Building, Tel: 6463 9330


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