Arabesque is one of our lovely featured colors for the month of February.
This soft, muted, dusty rose of a pink is the most darling color.
But did you know that this color can be used for so much more than nurseries and dressers for little girls?
Let’s talk about how you can incorporate shades of Arabesque into your home decor.
Pink works well with more colors than you would think! It adds a softness to grays and navy. This photo via Pinterest shows how one blush pink pillow and some springtime flowers instantly add a feminine touch to an otherwise masculine scene. We also loved how the warmth of the wood stool and the breakfast tray play with this shade of pink. See how it can lean cool or warm (or both) depending on what’s around it?
Here’s an example of how Circa Dee combined the blush tone of Arabesque with cream, warm wood tones, and deeper pink accents to pull Arabesque in the warm direction.
We love how Jen Farr of Design Devotee used pops of blush pink to create a serene and tranquil bedroom. We see colors similar to Marzipan and Bergere in this photo too, don’t you?
Speaking of our European Colors, Arabesque works well with any of the other colors in that line.
Whichever color you decide to pair it with, Arabesque is a perfect match with its fellow European tones.
You can soften Arabesque with our white wax to create dreamy softness or use our Antiquing Wax to give your piece richness and age.
Photo via The Golden Sycamore
So whether you decide to add accents of Arabesque throughout your home or you use it on a featured piece of furniture, we hope you appreciate the sophistication of this marvelous featured color!