This is, hands-down, the prettiest color in the Pantone Fall 2017 Fashion Color Report. It’s a soft shade of blush pink that adds a feminine touch to any interior space. I especially like this color trend as accents in white and pale gray interiors. But, it also works great with dark gray and black. I’m reminded of pink cotton candy and bubble gum pink when I see this color. What does this shade remind you of? Naturally, I just had to put together a selection of beautiful designs featuring the Ballet Slipper color trend. Let’s have a look.
I love this! A charcoal black restaurant exterior with a soft pink double entry door. This look has a nice mix of masculine and feminine, don’t you think?
Now, this is a space I can picture myself living in. It’s bright and airy with the perfect amount of blush pink, brass, wood and green accents.
This blush pink shade is commonly found in vintage pieces. If you like hunting for treasures at flea markets, keep your eye out for ‘Ballet Slipper’ toned items like this cassette tape player.
How fun! These black and white cactus art pieces are a modern way to have a country-western theme in your home. Adding a touch of blush pink in the interior of the console is a nice touch too.
Ballet Slipper is a pretty color for a jacket. Wear it with a white top and faded blue jeans for a soft, pretty look.
Navy blue is also a nice accent to pair with ‘Ballet Slipper’. Mix and match some bold prints in this color combo, along with white accents, to keep this look current.
This bedroom is gorgeous! I love the touch of blush pink accent in the chair cushions and the pale wood floors. The black accents add an edgy detail to the room.
Here’s a fun message is an even more fun color! I don’t believe I’ve seen a pink neon sign before. You?
Drool! The color palette of this image looks just as yummy as the cake rolls themselves.
I can’t imagine a better color for a lace bodysuit. This color looks beautiful on the warm brown skin of this model. And, it works perfectly with the soft gray skirt.
Oh my! The Ballet Slipper upholstery on this settee is absolutely stunning! The soft ivory accent pillows and wood trim make this feminine look even better.
Adding gold accents to blush pink is a great way to keep this accent color looking fresh and on-trend.
I love this pale pink chair so much, I’ve featured it on the blog twice! There’s another image of this piece in my Pink Bliss color trends post.
Don’t be afraid to get colorful with a cobalt blue and Ballet Slipper mix. Other shades of pink and peach will work in this look as well. To keep the color under control, go with white walls, ceiling and trim.
Ballet Slipper with white denim. Nice look!
Sweet. Bohemian. Perfection! This patio area is amazing! I love the combination of blush pink walls and green plants. Especially, the cacti. The mixture of cushion patterns and natural textures really bring this living space to life.
Ballet Slipper would make such a beautiful accent color for a wedding. (My colors are “blush” and “bashful” mama!) I love the contrast of the rustic wood console and ladders with the pretty pink place setting cards.
Minimalist interiors are an excellent opportunity to add an upholstered piece in ‘Ballet Slipper’. Try going with a dark wood floor and ivory white walls. Then pop some color with a blush pink chair or sofa.
I must have one of these! SMEG fridges have always been a favorite of mine but now the toasters are a close second. I like how this color trend looks with light natural wood and white.
I especially like the pale pink tone of Ballet Slipper with dark brown hair. So pretty!
A vineyard wedding. How heavenly! The combination of green vines with rustic wood, white table cloths and blush pink flowers is perfect.
If you like an industrial modern look but want a softer color palette, try adding a ‘Ballet Slipper’ upholstered sofa in a modern shape.
What a beautiful idea for a place setting. Adding a piece of rose quartz with a name carved in pretty cursive writing. Such a nice touch.
I just can’t get over how gorgeous this color combination is! Talk about eye candy. This wedding must have been amazing.
Here we have a pale putty gray wall color with charcoal gray and ‘Ballet Slipper’ accents. I like the Scandinavian feel to this look.
This is definitely a good accent color if you want to soften up a stark, minimal interior. This white painted dorm interior with ‘Ballet Slipper’ bedding is lovely. I have to say, this is much prettier than any dorm I’ve ever seen.
Shop this color (some cool things I found on the web)…
1.Navy Fleur Pillow | 2. Pink Striped Pouf | 3. Pink Chair | 4. Moroccan Leather Pouf | 5. Polly Bed | 6. Pink Marble iPhone Case | 7. McKenna Rug | 8. Plateau Basket | 9. Pink Trellis Wallpaper | 10. Pink Grassland Napkins | 11. Love Makeup Case | 12. Pink Sheepskin | 13. Pink Unicorn Head | 14. Velvet Pillow | 15. Kate Spade Watch | 16. Navy Fleur Lumbar Pillow | 17. Beaded Bracelet | 18. Light Pink Rug | 19. Ruffle Sham | 20. Jocelyn Throw | 21. Loa Sconce
Would you like to see more of this color trend? I thought you might. So, I put together a Pantone ‘Ballet Slipper’ Pinterest board with even more light pink design inspiration…
If you like this color, you might also like my Pink Bliss, Pale Dogwood and Rose Quartz color trends posts. My Brilliantly Cozy palette by project and A White Bedroom with Blush Pink and Light Woods post also features this dusty pink hue. So does my Blush Harmony color palette and A Pale Pink Interior with Navy, Hot Pink and Green Accents post.
Here are some more posted featuring this color trend: Taste of Pink color palette, A Pale Gray Interior with Gold and Pink Accents get the look, Mulberry & Prince palette by project, An Industrial Style Restaurant with Blush Pink Doors get the look, The Feminine Touch palette by project, A White Living Room with Blush Pink and Brass Accents get the look.