Ahh, Millennial Pink. I’m afraid I’ve jumped aboard your trendy train with abandon, even though I’m definitely not a millennial.
I am so out of the loop, I guess, that I didn’t realize that the name “Millennial Pink” was even a thing. I just kept calling it “blush”, until I heard someone, I think John and Sherry of Young House Love, talk about it on their podcast.
I’ve always loved pink, and as the only female in a house full of boys, I really love the chance to add a little bit of femininity to our home whenever I can. We’re this close to finishing up our master bedroom, and I used pink for the trim in that room. Here’s a peek:
I’m loving the subtle, yet colorful touch it adds to the room. I know that I will probably get tired of it in a couple of years, but that’s my typical time span for color in a room anyway, so no big deal. I’m used to repainting rooms every two years or so.
So what is Millennial Pink? It’s not one certain color of pink, but a range of pinks, from pale blush to salmon. From what I understand, it’s more about what the color is not, which is a bright, bubblegum pink. Whatever it is, I heart it.
Check out these beautiful images of millennial pink rooms!
Millennial pink living room
Millennial Pink Bathrooms
I adore that large scale hex tile:
Millennial Pink Bedrooms
This pic looks just like the first one, except they swapped out the console table for a bed:
Millennial Pink Kitchens
Love how these cabinets, which are painted Truly Taupe by Benjamin Moore, read a little blush.