Blush Pink Trending in Home Decor

The trending color blush had us hooked with it’s soft, pretty hue.  Jen and I recently attended Las Vegas Market. We had so much fun to visiting all the vendor’s showrooms. We got caught up on all the latest and greatest in furniture, decor and textiles.

We were seeing a strong presence of the color blush which is delicate and understated! I pulled together some of my favorite blush trends I have been noticing in our industry. Blush pairs so pretty with gold and we all know there isn’t a lack of gold anywhere these days!

blush design board

Blush isn’t just for your cheeks anymore, or even your baby girl’s room. This soft hue is elegant, fresh and a little feminine. We also love it paired with Rattan and fur textures. Give it a try and add a pop to your next room design. Even a little bit will go a long way!

 Basket| Stool| Chair| Rug| Plate



DIY: Floral Terrarium

I seriously love Terrariums and I make them all the time as centerpieces for our client’s tables. I wanted to mix it up a bit and try a floral one. This particular terrarium is great because it gives the look of real flowers without the maintenance or dust (wink wink).


I started with these great glass containers from IKEA, they have a cute cork top that keeps all the dust out! They are called SINNERLIG and you can find them here or in your local IKEA store.

ikea vase

Here are the supplies you will need to pull off this centerpiece:

  • 5-6 of your favorite faux floral stems (I got mine at Hobby Lobby while they were having their stem sale) I opted for the ranunculus and peonies (some of my personal favorites)
  • Terrarium of your choice (IKEA or Homegoods)
  • wire cutters
  • scissors
  • moss (hobby lobby or Homegoods)
  • glue gun
  • Styrofoam cylinder (hobby lobby)
  • Bag of decorative rocks (hobby lobby)

First, you need to decide how tall you want your middle flower, and the highest point of your arrangement. I tested mine by putting it in my terrarium and adding the top to make sure you could still see it good.

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Place the rest of your flowers in the Styrofoam disc and place your arrangement in a tight bouquet.

Next, hot glue your moss around the base to hide the Styrofoam.



 Place the double sided sticky pad to the bottom of the Styrofoam and place at the bottom.


Place the arrangement into your terrarium and add your rocks and extra moss around the base of your arrangement.


Place on your lid (if you have one) and voila! You have the very fanciest floral terrarium on the block!


Happy Crafting!!