As we said in our recent post about 2017/2018 fashion trends, the so-called minimal pink trend is hugely popular in fashion right now but has also become the most sought-after color in furniture design. In Milan design week some of the best designers presented us with fabulous collections or individual pieces full of tasty, fresh and pure pale pink.
Pink is definitely a quite soft and friendly color but ate the same time it’s a color trend that works well with a lot of other colors and adds a certain glow above all it is free from girly-girl associations, appealing to men as well as women.
India Mahdavi has used bubblegum-pink and mustard-yellow velvet panels for the interior of this London fashion boutique for RED Valentino.
This gorgeous and relaxed bed was it featured on the event’s most Instagrammed installation, Marc Ange‘s Le Refuge. Presented during Milan design week 2017.
Jamie Drake’s ultra chic interior from two different projects, both rocking an amazing minimal pink look. Both rooms have black pieces contrasting with the softness of the main color.
In both Rooms, Kelly wears the used minimal pink wall to accentuate the bold and modern pink furniture and gold details. Mixing pinks gives your room a modern and bold desgin.
Now see some individual pieces you might need to create or inspired you Minimal pink rooms
Swedish office Note Design Studio selected minimal pink for its biggest Milan launch, an island sofa for Spanish brand Sancal
Slovenian designer Nika Zupanc said she first started using minimal pink as a rebellion. She showed two pink designs in Milan, including these cabinets for Scarlet Splendour.
Inspired by Kelly’s signature soufflé chair shape, the Laurel Lounge Chair features a dramatic swooping, curved back, tight minimal pink upholstered seat, and open back.
It’s impossible to resist to the delicate and elegant look of KOKET. This lovely chair design can make anyone feel like a princess in an enchanted world but, at the same time, this modern chair has a sassy look that can bring sensuality inside home interiors.
As a tribute to Dorothy Draper‘s high style koket took the classic Drapesse chair and added a bit of lavish & sensuous edge. This statement chair brings personality and an edgy look to every room.
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