Love it or hate it, millennial pink is a trend that just won’t go away. It’s everywhere you look from clothing right through to food, there’s even a café around the corner from my place that’s just opened called Pinkie – and yes, it has pink finishes and a neon sign to match!
Written by Scotty Thornton
So let’s get down to the detail – what exactly is millennial pink!? It’s got a few different names like Tumblr pink and Scandi pink, but it’s pretty much just light pink with the blue removed, resulting in a soft, muted shade.
It’s been on the scene since 2016, so there’s been plenty of time for this trend to filter through from the instagrams of our favourite home bloggers to chain stores – enter millennial pink lighting.
1.Target’s Zoe Table Lamp is an absolute bargain at $12 – a great way to jump on this trend without breaking the budget!
2. Looking to splurge!? Finnish Design Shop has got you covered with their Muuto’s minimalistic Ambit pendant light, retailing at $217
3. Providing smooth and cozy light, this handmade paper origami pendant by nellianna from Etsy is perfect for a bedroom or nursery. It retails for $102.22.
4. Want a colourful twist to a classic light!? Meet the Esther pendant made from sturdy aluminium, available at Castelle and Leon at $169.95.
5. If you’re after something for the kids’ room, you can get this simple and classic wooden lamp stand for your child’s study table or night stand. It’s just $17 at Kmart.
* All prices correct at time of publication.
More about the author
Scotty is Origin’s Brand Content Lead, having worked in social media for many large Australian companies. Outside of work, Scotty is passionate about interior design and sustainable living, on the weekend you can find him (and his dog Lulu) grabbing some smashed avo at a local café.