We are going to devote this week to colors that took over the world of interior design this, as well as last year – pink and green. Also, we are going to show you how these colors would look if combined together in home design.
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As you may already know, one of last year’s Pantone colors of the year was Rose Quartz. Although it seemed that implementing this sweet and sensitive hue in interiors is going to be a bold move, it turned out that the whole world went crazy over it. Overnight, it became such a buzz word and a must have in the field of interior design.
However, this year’s Pantone color of the year, Greenery, isn’t even nearly successful in charming the designers as its predecessor. The vibrant shade is, in most cases, too heavy and overwhelming, so it takes some serious knowledge and guts to implement it in more than accents. What it did is make us think about it and aimed the industry in the direction of color green.
This suspension lamp is an instant classic sculptural design. Back to art deco and again with musical inspiration, this time through the dramatic pipe organ. An extravagant shape full of reﬁnement and modernity to perfectly suit your modern home decor. Mid-century modern lighting by DelightFULL.
A pink and green color couple make a wonderful love affair, just a bit on a retro and feminine side. Introducing this unusual pair in the design will bring a tropical vibe in the space, and if the pink shade is on a sweeter side you are bound to recall the charm of vintage sweet shops and fairground days. Opt for some bold pink and green pattern and use it on the tiles, sofa or shades. Mid-century decor pieces in pink will feel at home in this playful setting.
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