Love pink? We’ll be seeing a lot of pinks in 2023 because, if you haven’t heard, Pantone’s Color of the Year is Viva Magenta, “a shade rooted in nature descending from the red family and expressive of a new signal of strength.”
We often find our clients either overdo it (deep pink is the color of passion for a reason!) or shy away, feeling afraid their space will look too…well, pink.
We’ve got some tips to help you if you fall into one of the above categories. Here’s how to incorporate beautiful magenta into your home without going overboard:
Add a Magenta Rug
The Madeline Rug (starting at $24) from Rugs.com adds a perfect touch of magenta to your home. Yes, it’s bold, but balanced with the right furniture, it makes a showstopping impact. Plus, it comes in three shapes: rectangle, round, or square. Don’t forget the rug pad!
Add a Piece of Magenta Furniture
A magenta chair, lamp, or bench, like the one here from the pages of The Perennial Style, brings a deep pop of color without being overbearing. Even in a neutral-forward space, one bold piece blends in seamlessly.
Add Patterned Magenta Accent Pillows
We love all things Chloe and Olive! Their pillow covers come in so many sizes and options. And how cute are these Bukhara patterned pillow covers? Especially when mixed with other patterns. Starting at $80.
Add Magenta Throw
Every room needs a throw or two year-round for winter or air-conditioned movie nights! This Bone & Brass Thelma Throw gets extra points for being cotton and for its gorgeous magenta color. $63
Add Magenta Dinnerware
There are lots of magenta decor accessories out there—lamps, pillows, throws—but dinnerware adds a touch of eclectic design that’s super interesting and sure to get your guests talking. Plus, this Stone Lain set from Wayfair won’t break the bank at just $99 for 16 pieces.
Need to update your space? From bookshelf styling to complete redesign, we can help! Give us a call.