Blush Pink and Grey Scandi Geometric Homewares
So, we've actually had our new Blush Pink and Grey colour scheme on sale for a few weeks now ... And it's Modern Scandinavian style meets fabulous 50s home decor colours!
Blimey, it's been a bit hectic this last month and we are only just getting round to updating the blog! It makes a nice change - instead of just announcing a new product, we can say it is already flying out the door! Hurrah!
A combination of our new 'sets of 6' and this new colour way has meant we have been printing-a-go-go! And what with this extended cold winter weather, operating a heat press has been rather nice! The studio has been quite toasty .... Mmmm!
I love it when we introduce a new colour ... a new mood enters the workspace, and this time it is one of calm and nostalgia. Blush pink is a very relaxing, peaceful colour and partnered with shades of grey, while being quite a contemporary combination, also takes us back to our youth, when the "80s did 50s" style emerged.
Pink is often a sign of hope, so you can serve up some positivity with a colour that inspires warm and comforting feelings. Serene mealtimes await you ... or at least we hope to bring a pleasing sense of calm to your tea break (or provide the perfect place to sit that cheeky Pink Gin on!).
Available in sets of 4 and 6, our coasters and placemats are made from hardy, super glossy melamine which makes them heat resistant and oh, so easy to clean ... just wipe over with a damp cloth!
Printed by hand in our Bristol studio.
We have been collating a Blush Pink Interiors board over on Pinterest, so if you are thinking of adopting this colour scheme more widely in your home, it might be worth a browse!
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