You’d have to be living under a rock to have not noticed that pink has become a predominant color of 2017. Whether you want to call it millennial pink or power pink, it’s not a particular hue of pink; but it is any number of not-quite pinks. Salmon pink, dusty rose, Corbu pink and the very lightest shade of pale pink all have their place in the pink revolution like this suede shag rug is a great example.

We had some pink envy and created some inspirational rooms using the color with our consignment furniture and lighting. You may have noticed some of them in our instagram feed. We found that you don't have to redo everything just to get the trend or style that you want. Finding the right shade of pink paint for the walls just might do the trick. In our case, Titanic Rose from Benjamin Moore was the perfect fit for many styles and moods we created right out of our warehouse.

We got cozy with a pink-on-pink treatment using texture instead of colors to add variety to the room. Gan Manga chaise lounge, Minotti rug, Zeus Tree Light, and B&B Solo coffee table.

If pink is the most popular color in home decor this year, then green comes in a close second. Putting the two together is in hyper-trend. This mid-century modern Womb chair and ottoman in chartreuse feel right at home against a pink wall. Knoll Womb chair, Liv'it side table and Nathaniel Price rug.


Our interpretation of Hollywood, this room inspiration is like stepping into a black-and-white photograph with a rosy filter on it. Minotti rug and MDF Edgar II coffee table.

July 11, 2022