best of: in the pale pink.
by victoria comment


nude home furnishings / sfgirlbybay

by mölle.

pale blush is chic, it’s neutral, and yet, is a very powerful color. think claire underwood’s pale lip color — now that’s a powerful statement. it’s also such a restful color, just don’t underestimate it. it looks great in contrast with gray or black, and pale green, too. and accessorized with rose gold, it’s stunning. i think it’s just one of those tones that while understated, is ultimately very sophisticated. here’s some pale blush looks i love.

pale nude wallpaper print at hotel panache, paris via chzon.

nude leather sofa, via utlralinx. / sfgirlbybay

sven leather sofa by bryght, via wit & delight.

nude accessories & homewares / sfgirlbybay

Maroq Fairy Lights in rose gold; emma fineman; trendenser; nude lip via unfreshed; muuto chair via bent garden; and wicker chairs via araceli paz.

interior with a hint of nude via vogue. / sfgirlbybay

just a hint of nude, via vogue.

neutral sofa via jonas ingerstedt photography. / sfgirlbybay

jonas ingerstedt photography.

feminine bedroom, via vtwonen. / sfgirlbybay

the ultimate feminine bedroom, via vtwonen.

nude leather sofa, from hkliving. / sfgirlbybay

nude leather sofa, from hkliving.

 nude accents with black, via bo bedre. / sfgirlbybay

just a few nude accents with black, via bo bedre.

7 responses to “best of: in the pale pink.”

  1. pretty pastel – always loved the softer hughes to show off the bolder – lovely work. Wishing you a magical European adventure *****

  2. The shades you’re discussing are not “nude,” as more than ¾ of the world’s population don’t have skin coloring resembling pale pink or beige at all.

    • thank you for pointing that out. the colors “nude” and “flesh” used to be synonymous with lighter shades, but since the world’s population is much more diverse, those definitions continue to change, and although not my definition, it was not meant to be in any way offensive, or hurtful, i can appreciate that it is probably not the best choice of words and i have updated the post. i appreciate you calling it to my attention!

      • Thank you, Victoria, for being receptive and responsive rather than defensive (I’ve seen that happen a lot). It means a lot to those who are routinely erased in ways big and small!

  3. I painted my kitchen pale pink last year and I couldn’t love it more! I even painted the ceiling pink too. It gets the morning light and just glows. Love it!

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