Think Pink

November 1, 2017

Millennial pink, blush pink, rose quartz and pale dogwood, whichever one is more familiar to you, we’re sure you’ll agree that pink is in.

Pantone's Spring Fashion colour report of 2017 included pale dogwood, recognized as a peaceful and tranquil subtle pink. 

These tones of pink are endearing and calming, they add a touch of sophistication to a space. They work as great naturals to add to most colour palettes. These pinks look great paired with black, grey, blue, white and metallics. 

We pulled a few images together along side colour palettes made with our wool colour pompoms, each with one of these subtle pinks.


1. Greenery, grey, white and copper - the pink pulls all these colours together and adds some life into the palette - such a dreamy kitchen!

2. Black and grey - adding some light pink with this gorgeous door, adds sophistication and creates an inviting space.

3. Slate teal, grey, black and white - adding some soft pink adds some warmth to this moody room - the bed looks so cozy!

We wonder what will be the colour trends for 2018 and what colours will continue to have a strong 
presence. With only two months left of 2017, it won't be long until we find out!