Our love of millennial pink is showing no sign of abating, and you're going to want to redecorate your whole home in the rosy hue once you get a look at this new homeware trend from Maisons du Monde. Launching just in time for autumn-winter, the Miss Bloom trend features a mix of pale pinks, gold accents and rich reds - in short, it's an Instagrammable dream.
While this is a look that would work perfectly throughout your whole home, we think it works particularly well in the bedroom, creating a glamorous and cosy boudoir that you won't want to leave once the days get shorter. You can layer up your bed with a faux fur throw (£23.99), fluffy cushions and different textures, adding floral prints and seasonal flowers to add the pretty finishing touches.
Create a stylish boudoir with complementing tones of pink and plum
It'll be a hit in a girls' bedroom too; kitsch kitten accessories (£11.99), pom pom string lights and cute ornaments all add a playful feel to a gorgeous palette of pinks, white and gold. Better still, it all costs from as little as £2.50, so you can even just give a nod to the trend if you're on a budget.
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Alternatively, if you want to overhaul your living room you'll find all you need for a luxurious sanctuary. A plush plum velvet sofa (£1,046) can be the focal point of the room, and works perfectly with pale pink and plum accessories, metallic accents and classic wooden furniture. The plum throw (£120) and pink feather lamp shade (£71.99) add the perfect finishing touches.
Rich shades of red and plum work perfectly with pale pink
Even if you don't want to fully invest in the trend, there's one piece in particular you won't be able to resist - this amazing unicorn mug! With its cute design, lid, and affordable price of £16.78 we can see this one being a popular gift for children (and adults!) alike this Christmas. The collection is available online at Maisons du Monde and also in concession spaces at Debenhams.
Who wouldn't want this cute unicorn mug?
Pink and metallics have been a firm favourite in the interiors world throughout 2018. But for those who aren't fans of the look, minimal Scandi styling and maximalism are also proving to be key trends, with clashing prints, bright colours and attention-grabbing accessories sure to appeal to those who live by the mantra: more is more.