Whether you call it, Scandi Pink, Millennial Pink or Rose Quartz, Dusty Pink..this color has beaten all other color trends in its longevity.
Since Pantone chose Greenery as the 2017 color, the expectation was that the 2016 Rose Quartz along with Serenity Blue would start to come out of the picture. But the opposite has been true: whether in fashion, decoration or design, live or on Instagram, the pink shades from reddish beige to peach are getting stronger. This shade has become androgynous, and with no gender, it’s a shade for everyone.
Designed by Marc Ange, this rose bed and matching leaf canopy became the most Instagrammed installation at Milan design week.
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It is nostalgic and is present in the good memories of childhood, in addition to bringing a sensation Romantic, caring and comfortable. But what we see now is different: the color took over, emerges with a political manifesto, its representation of a feminist movement or the rejection of feminine ideals, it is here to stay for at least a little while longer.
Mood board featured on the Top 100 Interior Designers of 2017 issue by Coveted Magazine and Boca do Lobo.
Sketch London designed by India Mahdavi
La Muralla Bofill Architecture
Even nature has won a spotlight on Instagram