Studio Seven: Millennial pink
This shade of blush is making an appearance across an array of products, from sofas to lighting. Here are some of our favourites featuring the new colour trend.
Compiled by Rebecca Hoh
Groove is one of four bold mosaic tile designs by Australian interior designer Greg Natale for Bisazza. Great Barrier Reef brain coral inspired this undulating graphic that comes in rose, grey and black.
Spanish brand Sancal has collaborated with Swedish design studio Note to create the peachy toned La Isla seat. The soft, segmented piece is in solid wood that can be upholstered in any of Sancal’s fabric range.
New York boutique brassware company The Watermark Collection’s new Elements tap is handmade in solid brass and comes in a range of finishes for each modular component, including the blush concrete and copper seen here.
Damien Langlois-Meurine of the DL-M Studio has designed the Another Day clustered, blown glass pendant light with a coral tint. The brushed brass structure comes in either a satin varnish or patinated bronze finish.
Liquefy, designed by Patricia Urquiola for Glas Italia, hits two trends with both a pink and marbled motif over the tempered transparent extralight crystal glass panels. It comes as a low or high oval-shaped table.
MDF Italia’s Sign Filo chair is created using a ‘filigree’ technique, similar to that used in jewellery making of weaving gold and metal threads together. It has a steel structure with a rose gold glossy galvanic finish.
Like a giant raspberry Indian ice cream, the Lotus Sanctum cabinet is designed by Matteo Cibbic for Kolkatta company Scarlett Splendour. The hand inlaid resin doors open to reveal glowing brass walls, shelves and pillars.