Trend: Winter Pink

Wednesday, 26 November 2014

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The Kinfolk Winter issue is Pink and it's PERFECT. Recently spotted on A Merry Mishap, I adore the styling, making use of the beautiful pink and black branding as if it was an accessory of the home. For a while now I've seen the transition of Nordic pink, grey and white interiors mature into a seasonal alternative, with statement blacks and zingy copper highlights; but the refreshing array of pinks are still as pastely as they were two summers ago. Menu's styling of it's Fall products balances a neutral base with glass details, cork and woody textures. Similar to Kinfolk Magazine, typography sits perfectly into this trend, with posters and prints being a good way to utilise the impactful colour scheme. The branding of the rose and white tea cleanser by LA based organic skincare brand, Klurskin (due to launch this December) reflects radiance and attitude with a soft pink solution against the statement logo. It almost seems too good to use and I'd hate to spoil that perfect pink & black partnership.

From blush tones to bronzed nudes, pink is so versatile. The warm combination of pink and copper is a harmonious pairing; exposed pipes, hangers, decorative accessories all add that finishing touch for a warmer interior. But DuluxCrown Paint and Haymes have gone one step further with their colour forecasting for 2015, and introduce foreign colour such as terracotta, charcoals, silvers and blacks. This sees copper take on a new personality, as styles become inventive, such as the introduction of iridescent finishes.

Whether you prefer the cool nude approach or rusty pink feel, the traditional 'red & gold' Christmas has been revamped this Winter - pink and black offers a cool, contemporary alternative, whilst copper gives it that added extra sparkle.


  1. Lovely colour palettes! Cozy and elegant! :)

    1. I can't get enough of these colours! My favourite x


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