Millennial Pink has long ruled as the color of choice for everything from interior design to parkas and stand mixers. But has the trend tide finally turned on the now-ubiquitous color? Here are some of our favorite new pastels.
With Pantone naming
Ultra Violet as their 2017 Color Of The Year, shades of purple are popping up on our radar. Lavender is a grown-up alternative to Millennial Pink, but still offers a delicate look.
Photographer: Angus Fergusson
Source: House & Home May 2014
Designer: Stacey Smithers
This soft hue is a favorite pairing with Millennial Pink, but it deserves its own spotlight. Mint green brings a freshness to spaces, whether on the walls or in the accessories.
Designer: Anna Zachrisson
H&H editorial director Alice Lawlor used Benjamin Moore’s Misted Green (2138-50) to bring subtle color to her kitchen cabinets. The result is an on-trend look that still feels timeless.
Photographer: Alex Lukey
Source: House & Home March 2017
Designer: Sarah Hartill
In this West Village, New York, townhouse, designer Rita Konig opted for a barely-there buttery yellow on the walls. Thanks to its warm undertones, it has a rosy tint in certain lights.
Pretty in peach! If you’re not quite ready to say goodbye to Millennial Pink, why not try a soft peach instead? With warmer, orange undertones to it, soft peach, like Farrow & Ball’s Pink Ground (202), is a natural progression from the trendy pinks.