Move Over, Millennial Pink: This Is the Newest Trending Color
Introducing Stardew by Sherwin Williams. Here are nine ways to infuse the color into your home.
Published Aug 5, 2017 9:30 AM
How are you feeling about millennial pink these days? If you’re starting to feel less than enthused about the shade that’s been enjoying a social media monopoly these past few months—and believe us, we understand—here’s some good news.
According to Pinterest, Sherwin Williams’ Stardew is having a moment. Calming, cool, and classic, it’s basically the complete antithesis of the bubbly pink hue we’ve been seeing everywhere lately. Best described as a muted blue-grey, Stardew was just named the color of the month by Sherwin Williams. (There’s even a video to commemorate the announcement.)
Looking to infuse a bit of the shade into your own home? Here are a few of our favorite spaces that perfected the Stardew look long before its big debut.
Taking ombre to a whole new level, this dreamy sitting area by Linnea from Cream and Navy is every bit as calming and relaxing as the color of the month itself.
This chic sitting room belongs to Swedish interior and furniture designer Amelia Widel, so it’s no surprise it’s so impeccably decorated. Paired with simple furniture and neutral-toned accent pieces, the blue wall color really pops.
For the perfect example of how to blend trends, look no further than this project by Little Liberty. We spy millennial pink and Stardew.
This cozy bedroom from Swedish retailer Ellos’ catalog takes relaxing to another level. If you’re the kind of person who needs your living area to be the place where you can unwind at the end of the day, cool tones of blue—paired with crisp linen and fluffy accent rugs—are pretty much perfect.
Not ready to commit to a full-on painted wall? Ease into adding color with a splash of pale blue on the door. This gorgeous entryway is from The Kinfolk Home: Interiors for Slow Living.
The great thing about a subtle shade like Stardew is you can go overboard without overpowering a room. This monochrome bedroom incorporates the hue in the bedding, paint color, and chair-turned-side-table—but the space still looks simple, yet elegant.
Don’t be afraid to use color in your bathroom. Whether in the form of a pretty backsplash—like this bathroom created by Three Birds Renovations—or by smaller knick knacks to display on a shelf, there are tons of ways to infuse this summer’s newest trend into a bathroom.
Case in point? Rebecca from Roses and Rolltops opted for a statement tub—painted in a simple grey-blue shade, naturally—to be the focal point in her otherwise whitewashed bathroom.
We’re big fans of everythingemily henderson
does, and her cool-toned kitchen is no exception. The cabinet color reflected in the tile provides the ideal backdrop for the gold hardware to really stand out.
Source: House Beautiful