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Blush pink has always been one of my favourite colours but not since the eighties has it been seen so much in decorating. Finally it's shaken off it's sugary image and stands right up there as one of the key fashion colours for the home this season. Whether it's with paint, fabric or accessories, there are plenty of ways you can add a splash of pink to your spring palette. 

Pick up the tones by pairing pink painted walls with copper or rose metallic accents. Avoid a fussy look by keeping the styling effortlessly simple and clean-lined. For into on any of the products seen above visit Adairs.com.au

dulux paintsBree Leech & Heather Nette King for Dulux Interior/Exterior Booklets. Photographer: Lisa Cohen

Make a fresh statement by keeping your accents modern and the layering soft with walls painted in colours like Dulux Bunny Soft quarter or Feather Boa half.

Mercy Bed Frame Moonbeam - AdairsFor into on any of these beautiful products see Adairs.com.au

Take pink from girly to elegantly chic by pairing with shades of charcoal grey. The colour contrast add weight to soft pastels and makes them stand out from the crowd.

country roadImage and products from Country Road

For a softer, relaxed look, try pairing pink with warm neutrals.  Mix up the fabric textures and weaves to create contrast and add interest.

Here's a few of my favourites. See list below for product information.

blush pink collection - Tara Dennis

 Home Republic, New Dawn Canvas in the Spring - Adairs
Sanela Cushion Cover - IKEA
Ava Pendant Light - Oz Design Furniture
Marcella Clock - Freedom
Home Republic Zig Zag Stitch Baskets - Adairs
Home Republic Majestic Silver Ottoman - Adairs
Klee Cushion - Oz Design Furniture
Ava Table Lamp - Oz Design Furniture
Deco Flamingo Grande Cushion - Sparkk
Hermine Throw - IKEA
Amina Candle - Freedom
Home Republic Mirror - Adairs
Pink Seawash Lantern - Tara Dennis
Coast Cable Cushion - Tara Dennis

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