Powder Pink: Unashamedly Elegant Interiors

If you’re searching for a feminine way to transform your home, delicate pink accessories offer a stylish solution.

Pink isn’t just for the ultra-girly. It creates a warm, tranquil feel and exudes an ethereal simplicity that will surpass the seasons.

From washed blush hues to antique rose, this pretty palette looks fabulous in any room… and here are a few of my favourite pink pieces.

        

Cath Kidston is renowned for its signature florals and contemporary kitsch, however I think this look is much more effective in small doses. Update a traditional sofa with a couple of Provence Rose cushions – this will give your tired settee a new lease of life, plus you can always update the cushions when you redecorate.

Luxurious bed linen will make your bedroom into a beautiful boudoir. Try Christy’s lavish patterned style – adding a throw for extra indulgence. To complete the look, dress your bedside table with Lombok’s stylish candle holder; the Moroccan rose tea lights from Linea make the perfect accompaniment.

    

Remember, pretty pink hues work in any room – even the bathroom or kitchen – and will add a pop of colour to more understated living spaces. I love Shabby Chic’s vintage-inspired prints, while Linea’s eye-catching dinnerware will make mealtimes extra special.

                    

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Kate O'Brien

Hi I'm Kate, in a previous life I was Womenswear Editor but these days you are more likely to find me pouring over a planning calendar than the latest copy of Elle in my role as Online Content Producer. A Northern tourist in London, some of my favourite things in life include red wine, chutney (accompanied by cheese), sequins, grey cashmere and Matt Damon. I am known in the HoF office for owning far too many coats for one person, laughing too loud, and drinking full fat Coke only when hungover. My life's ambition is a simple one; to own a Puggle.

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