Instagram is flooded with images of some seriously dreamy decor, and translating those trends into your home is a task worth tackling.
For advice on how to do that, we asked 34-year-old designer and former Bravo TV host Taylor Spellman.
Maybe you didn’t know it by name, but this bubble-gum-meets-powdery-pink hue has been not-so-quietly pervading popular culture. You’ve seen it everywhere in packaging, home goods, fashion, and, of course, decor. But we’d argue that moderation is the key in bringing the Instagram (and beyond!) trend toward pink into reality.
Spellman’s Take: “Everyone is looking for inspiration in the form of bright, light, and uplifting,” she says. For a client who wanted a pink nursery, Spellman felt pink would be better expressed in accents rather than throughout the whole room.
And dimensions can be added using various gradients of the color, such as a fuchsia accent wall and patterned curtains balanced with softer-pink bedding and ottomans. She says this keeps the space “fun but not overpowering.”