Why Lilac Should Be On Your Radar (And 9 Decorating Ideas!)
Lilac is a 2018 color trend that has been popping up everywhere. A natural evolution from Millennial Pink, the hue is in the same family as Pantone’s 2018 Color Of The Year, Ultra Violet. Although we love the look of Pantone’s electric grape pick, lilac will appeal to those looking for a softer take on the purple trend.
Click through for ideas on how to incorporate this color into your home!
As seen on designer Emily Henderson’s blog, this kitchen proves that a subtle lilac shade has a place in the heart of the home.
Part of the beauty of lilac blooms is their two colors: a warm, pink-tinged purple when closed and a cooler violet when open. Pair the two shades for a pretty tabletop.
This Deco-inspired rug ties in with the subtle lilac paint color on the walls and brings the entire room together.
Spruce up black and white family photos with lilac mats for a simple and inexpensive makeover. When lilacs stop blooming, switch to ornamental cabbage to keep with the purple theme.
Mix both light and dark shades of lilac in the bedroom for a dreamy yet cohesive look.
An easy way to start introducing this trendy hue into your home is by tossing a lilac pillow into the mix.
Choose any piece of art that features a lilac shade to add color to your room. We gave a lush 19th-century still life by Otto Franz Scholderer a modern update by enlarging a section onto a custom self-adhesive wall mural.
Contemporary furniture in fluid shapes, inviting fabrics and lilac hues energizes a room with traditional architecture.
Introducing drapes, a throw blanket or rug in brighter shades of lilac will help liven up a kid’s room.