How To Use The Colour "Blush" To Create That Feminine Look?

The colour blush is a neutral tone that blends nicely with many colours, and that’s one of the reasons why we’ve included it as part of our new Duette® fabric range.

How To Use The Colour "Blush" To Create That Feminine Look?

A firm favourite of the Luxaflex® design team, this neutral tone was originally used as an accent, but lately we are seeing it used more as a layer to build up interiors. And why not, with so many varying shades it’s almost become part of the neutral colour palette.

It looks great paired with just about any interior, from furniture to paint or even as a window blind.

In shades of pink, blush, rose and nude - it’s versatility can provide the perfect backdrop for a statement piece that will help to create that soft, feminine look.

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In shades of pink, blush, rose and nude - its versatility can provide the perfect backdrop for a statement piece that will help to create that soft, feminine look.

This particular tone is also perfect for kitchens, living rooms and bedrooms and can help create a calming atmosphere for you to unwind after a busy day.

Easily coordinated with grey, which is how it first came on to the scene, and is still a popular choice today, alternatively it works well with navy and white to create a modern look.

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It’s no doubt that blush is here to stay and we're seeing more and more new ways to adopt this chic tone into our homes.

It’s being used more in traditional interiors, and looks divine when paired with tans and browns to add a pop of colour to an otherwise conventional setting.

From the soft textured fabric in our Duette® Shades or easy to clean Kitchen Roller Blinds, we've got a gorgeous range of pink-toned blinds to bring your windows to life.

Have fun exploring our collection of blush window blinds for your home.

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