While ‘Millennial Pink’ has dominated the fashion world, it’s also featuring in interiors across the globe – from India Mahdavi’s ‘the gallery’ at London’s Sketch to Wes Anderson‘s fictional Grand Budapest Hotel (according to some, it was Anderson’s film that sparked the trend in the first place). Set to stay, pink was everywhere during Milan Design Week, with top brands launching new pieces in the dusky tone for A/W 2017. Here are some of the top picks to incorporate into your interior.
Five Pouf from Muuto
This collaboration between hot Norwegian designers Anderssen & Voll and Muuto mixes luxurious quilting and a soft pink to create a timeless addition that’s a great investment piece if you don’t want to commit to an entirely pink sofa. If you’re willing to go the whole way, mix with other tonal pieces for maximum effect.
Scapin Oblò cabinet
Matteo Zorzenoni designed a series of ‘Sets’ that were shown at Milan Design Week, including his furniture designs for Italian brand Scapin. The playful Oblò cabinet was one of the highlights; it’s made from ash with Modernist-style oblong and circular windows, offering a glimpse of treasures stored inside.
Normann Copenhagen’s Pavilion rug
Circus-themed pieces were pretty popular this year at Milan, including these bold candy-striped rugs designed by Britt Bonnesen. They will certainly make a fun statement piece, with their simple graphic nature and glossy bamboo silk texture adding a touch of modern luxury to your space.
John Lewis’ Design Project range
Part of John Lewis’ A/W 2017 Design Project collection is this range of bedding – their mixing of terracotta accents with the powder pink stops the scheme looking too saccharine.
Aquazzura x de Gournay wallpaper
de Gournay is well known for its beautiful chinoiseries, but this time the company has teamed up with fresh shoe brand Aquazzura to create this gorgeous pink wallpaper-design that was unveiled at Aquazzura’s Milan HQ as part of Milan’s design week.
Sé Stay Daybed
How many of us dream of having our very own boudoir, complete with a gorgeous chaise longue and maybe a dressing table? Sé has created some gorgeous and unashamedly feminine designs that hark back to the days of powder rooms complete with perfume bottles and vanity mirrors, yet still with a very modern edge.