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Blush Pink is a popular colour in homes all over the country from modern house to more traditional character properties, you'll often find a shade of pink somewhere in the interiors. We know how tricky it is to find the perfect colour so we've curated some of the most popular blush pinks below to help you find 'the one'. 

We stock paints from all the top trade paint brands that can be colour matched to any of the colours you see below or elsewhere, as well as the designer ranges themselves such as Little Greene, Farrow and Ball, Dulux Heritage, Craig & Rose, Frenchic and Crown Elle.

Popular Blush Pink Paint Colours

Crown Trade Pashmina


Johnstone's Trade Pink Starburst

Dulux Heritage Potters Pink

Farrow & Ball Middleton Pink

Little Greene Chemise


Dulux Trade Blush Pink

Creating a Blush Pink Colour Scheme

If you are looking for a blush pink colour scheme throughout a room or area of your home, you should start by buying some sample pots in coordinating pink shades.

You might want to consider painting your woodwork the same colour as the walls, often seen in period properties or painting them a shade lighter or darker pink as a contrast. 

Don't forget the ceiling. Leaving it bright white can throw the whole scheme off so try a lighter shade here or wrap the colour from the walls over the ceiling too for a harmonious finish.



Little Greene Confetti is a versatile shade that pairs well with darker shades like Little Greene Salix shown here in a kitchen.


Farrow and Ball Setting Plaster pairs beautifully with soft greens. Seen here with Farrow and Ball Lichen, it creates a calming living space.


Little Greene Dorchester Pink comes in a family of shades including pale, mid and deep shown together here in a coordinated living space.

Where to use Blush Pink paint?

Blush Pink is a popular colour that can be used in any room of the house, not just a children's room. It is perfect for a calming bedroom look, kitchen cupboards or even in a living room where you want a soft, feminine look. Blush Pink pairs nicely with warm whites such as Dulux Heritage Wishborne White or with a soft sage green which is always a popular combination.


Dulux Heritage Potters Pink is a popular blush pink for bedrooms as it has a soft, milky pink tone that helps to create a relaxing space.


Blush Pinks don't have to be used on interiors, they also make a great addition when used on exterior surfaces including masonry, planters and garden furniture. Shown here is Sandtex Somerset Pink on concrete walls within the garden creating a serene outdoor space.


Crown Trade Le Petit Palais is perfect for adding a touch of pink to a space without going all in and painting the entire room. Shown here with a playful half moon shape to frame the bed.

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