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We have been lusting over the colour pink today at Green and Mustard HQ.  Now not any old pink but the perfect shade of pink, not sugary or too chemically, but the soft and chalky kind that makes you want to run your hands across the wall and smile at the pure perfection of the pigmentation, dreaming of the softness and lightness it brings into the room. Bliss. I’ve managed to drag myself away from daydreaming about decorating my whole house pink and have come up with three of my favourite shades.

Pink Ground  – Farrow and Ball

“A soft and dusty blush…”

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Calamine – Farrow  and Ball

“One of the softest and smoothest pinks on the market…”

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Blush Tone – Benjamin Moore

Now this paint has said to throw out a rosy glow and makes everything and everyone look pretty, now that is an amazing decorating success in my eyes, grabbing my keys and running out the door to purchase this. 

Don’t be scared of this pink trend you don’t have to turn your house into a pink palace, you can add subtle nods to your home that will make a head turn and double look.

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Sally Kelly

Author Sally Kelly

I've always been visually minded and I've spent the last decade working for high street brands with home and interiors departments. I've been involved in both the sourcing and also styling of shop floors and displays, which has taught me a few tricks of the trade! I love all things interiors and embrace each and every trend as they happen.

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