Is it just us or does it seem like the colors we’re drawn to shift at the same cadence as the seasons? Fall was all about the saturated earthy tones, which seamlessly morphed into a dark and dramatic palette at the onset of winter. As we look to the fresh crop of decor set to launch this spring, one detail is clearly evident: Pink and green are the ultimate power combo on the rise. While we’ve seen various iterations of the classic pairing, this season is all about the subtle contrast between blush tones and soft mint or sage greens.
Ahead, discover the new decorative accent pieces that will allow you to embrace the chromatic couple in their prime.
Goober Candle, Talbot and Yoon, $24
These aren’t your average candles. Challenge the ordinary with these playful forms that give the color pairing shape and added interest.
Multi Swirl Enamel Large Baking Dish, MoMA, $34
This might just be the dish that started it all. Have you ever seen a more captivating blend of hues?
Linen Coasters, Los Encajeros, $150
Swap out your hard marble coasters for this delicate set for an elevated take on the entertaining staple.
Boasting the work of an ’80s art icon, consider this a foolproof approach to making an edgy design statement.
Atlas, Concrete Cat, $420
Seamlessly combining form and function, bookends are the ideal means by which you can stay organized and look good doing it.
Andy Warhol: The Impossible Collection, Assouline, $895
Embrace a subtle play on the color scheme by way of a coffee table accent piece that has the ability to instantly capture the eye.
Coast to Coast Rug, Cold Picnic, from $15
While pink and green make for quite the solid combo just themselves, we can’t deny the allure of the duo when set against a captivating blue backdrop like that of this landing piece.
Vayu Planter, Light + Ladder, $80
Embrace the duo by getting creative with decorative elements. A blush-toned planter and a sage green plant is one surefire way to emulate the trendy scheme.
Gutta Jewelry Box, AYTM, $105
The color combo in question is presented in the subtlest form, found by way of the sliver of green that frames the edge of the rendered glass top.
Chroma Glassware, Hawkins New York, $12
Think of blush and olive as an elevated take on the trending hues. Outfit your table with this streamlined glassware collection to channel the onset of the new season.
Colour Cushion, HAY, $125
We’re not one to turn down an eye-catching ombre, especially when it’s presented in the form of a saturated throw pillow bearing our current color crush.