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How To Incorporate Blush Pink Decor Into Your Home

See the world through blush-colored glasses.

09/27/2017 09:59 EDT

Blush is the new black ― in home decor, that is.

This rosy-hued shade is living on long past springtime and is now taking over the home space this fall. Given its versatility and coziness appeal, it’s a trend we can definitely get behind. Plus, it’s related to the current color obsession that is millennial pink. What’s not to love? 

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Blush-inspired room.

Whether you’re looking to transform an entire room, or just add a rosy statement piece, rest assured that pastels are here to stay through the fall. Below, check out 15 ways to easily mix blush into your current design scheme, and be sure to sign up for our Full Carts, Can’t Lose email to stay on top of the best sales each week.

  • 1 Hang a tapestry
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  • 2 Incorporate some toss pillows
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  • 3 Use a bold gingham wallpaper
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  • 4 Add some color in your dining chairs
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  • 5 Include a decorative table lamp
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  • 6 Layer on some blush pink bedding
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  • 7 Hang a rosy wall print
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  • 8 Feature colorful and unique coasters
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  • 9 Add a pop of pink with interesting curtains
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  • 10 Level up with a luxe velvet chair
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  • 11 Bring in a bold area rug
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  • 12 Include a simple blush vase
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  • 13 Layer on an effortless throw blanket
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  • 14 Work with what you have and invest in a blush slip cover
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  • 15 Cozy up with some blush linens
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