One of the biggest design trends this year, is blush pink or pantone colour of the year, rose quartz. Although difficult to use to decorate a bachelor pad, it is definitely applicable in a family home or a new couple’s nest. It is obviously perfect in a baby girl’s nursery, or even a girlie girl teen room; spaces where you can allow yourself to be bold with this beautiful and tender colour. This trend has been so successful that it took all spaces by storm, we even saw it in the bathroom and the kitchen. I have selected for you my favorite rose quartz spaces and decor, whether you choose to be daring or subtle. And if the men of your home are really not big fans, you can always add a touch of this beautiful colour with flowers here and there.
Just because I am obsessed with doors…
La cuisine* en rose quartz
The kitchen is becoming as stylish as any other rooms, and the traditional kitchen colours (wood, silver, chrome, grey, white… ) do not have the monopole anymore. We see more and more non traditional colours in the kitchen and rose quartz is definitely one of them. Whether you choose to have pink cabinets or just a colourful rug, it is definitely refreshing! My only advice: just keep in mind that it should not look like your daughter’s mini kitchen; so first make sure you do pick rose quartz or blush and not a brighter shade of pink and even if you want to be bold, tone it done with more neutral colours and even with metallics.
Pink cabinets with a black countertop and copper hardware – Source: Superfront.com
Just a touch of rose with object of decor for a glamour and subtle touch – Source: laurenconrad.com via Pinterest
Source: Bluestar appliance
Pink and white cabinets with dark grey countertop. source: thekitchn.com
Rose quartz ceiling and rose gold lamps for a glamour and polished look – Source: luxe.com
Dark grey and rose quartz rug for a subtle yet refreshing touch – Source: akstudioblog.com
Pink dishwasher in a very modern kitchen and wood cabinets by Smeg UK – Source: Smeguk.com
La salle de bain* en rose quartz
The bathroom has often been a space where you can be bolder as it is a more intimate space. You might also have a girl only bathroom, where you can have pink walls and pink curtains; however if you have one bathroom for the whole family, it can be trickier to use rose quartz, so subtlety is definitely key.
Pink walls with other pastel colours for a springy and sugary feel all year long! It remains chic and “adult” thanks to the mouldings, the beautiful fireplace and the vintage-style tub and bathtub faucet. Source: House & Garden.co.uk
Shiny Pink tiles for a glamourous room -Source: Decor Salteado via Pinterest.
It’s all about accents; rugs, flowers, towels; for a subtle yet trendy use of rose quartz – Source: Domino.com/ Credit: Alyssa Rosenheck
Girl’s bathroom by Restoration Hardware.
Just a subtle touch of blush with flowers and pink bath salt in a see through container. Source: TheSimplyluxuriouslife.com via pinterest.
La salle a manger* en rose quartz
As always, metallics compliment perfectly pink and makes it look more polished and even more glamourous; you can add a beautiful copper chandelier above the table or brass details and finishes on blush pink dining chairs etc… If you love the trend but would like a less permanent and visible decor, you can always go for tabletop decor with blush and metallic accents; and why not create yummy light pink cocktails for those endless summer dinners.
Source: Domino.com via Pinterest
Dining room design: Suzanne Kasler via jenniferschoenbergerdesign.com
Stay Chairs by Nika Zupanc for Sé Collection
Blush and copper tablescape – Source: friedatheres.com via Pinterest.
Le salon en rose quartz
In the family room, rose quartz blends in very well with neutral colours and greys; and as mentioned before metallics are a perfect match. It adds softness to modern and scandinavian style furniture; glamour to more traditional interiors and chic to a more bohemian style home.
Grey + brass details + rose quartz – Source: Living After Midnight Blog
Rose quartz + Lavender – Source: decoholic.org
Source: Living After Midnight Blog
Source: Living After Midnight Blog
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La chambre* en rose quartz
It is the obvious colour for a girl’s room but not so much for a couple’s bedroom. However, I found some beautiful bedrooms that have rose quartz accents and that can definitely please your partner… If you are a single girl and love this trend, then dare to be bold because it will not be as easy to do it once you’ve found your better half!
Teen Girl Bedroom by Restoration Hardware
Source: findingshibusa.com via Pinterest
Copper, white and blush bedroom for fresh and springy feel – Source: Bloglovin.com via Pinterest
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Girl’s room with a delicate pink bed frame and lamp shades by Restoration Hardware Baby & Child
Girl’s bedroom with blush pink beddding by Restoration Hardware Baby & Child
Pretty in blush pink baby girl nursery for a delicate and soothing space – Source: mydomaine.com
Source: The French Bedroom Company, UK
Chic and subtle mix of blush, greys and lavender – Source:Hotel Royal Monceau, Paris.
Charcoal, blush and copper for delicate yet not too girly couple’s bedroom – Source: Bloglovin.com via Pinterest
Le bureau* en rose quartz
Even the office is not spared. If you want to make your home office space more glam and girly; and therefore more inviting, add a touch of blush. Why not also try adding a pillow or just blush pink flowers to your desk at work.
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Source: Amie Corley Design via amiecorley.com on Pinterest.
*The Kitchen; *The Bathroom; *The Dining Room; * The Living Room; *The Bedroom; *The Office