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‘Think pink’ was the memo when Pantone’s pigment experts named Viva Magenta the colour of 2023 – and we’re embracing la vie en rose by basking in all shades of blush! Our love of this fabulous colour in design dates back to the 18th century, when the Rococo period made powdery, playful pinks popular. A symbol for the affordances of youth, pink was previously a colour associated exclusively with femininity until a break away from binary gender normative fashion in the late 20th Century. Today the colour is celebrated as versatile and symbolic of love, passion and creativity, and at Greg Natale, we are so thankful for that. 
From the candyfloss colouring of the Electric Dreams vase and Astoria throw to the 1977 crystal vase’s deeper amethyst hue, punches of pink will deliver a serious style statement to your space. For this children’s bathroom within the Kyle Bay house, Greg used wall-to-wall square tiles in a gossamer blush, introducing a soft counterpoint to the home’s raw concrete walls and strong brutalist gestures. This spectacular shade of pink is perfectly soft and appealing to the eye, enveloping you in a summery, playful space. Whether you’re braving the Barbiecore aesthetic with a bold tone-on-tone look or adding a pinch of pink to an otherwise neutral interior, we hope you find something fabulous in this rose-tinted edit. Long live pink!