Millennial Pink: the color that just won’t go away. Also known as ‘Tumblr Pink’ and ‘Scandi Pink,’ it’s been consistently used in designs for years now after making what we thought was it’s peak in 2012. But why is it still so popular? Millennial pink has turned away from being viewed as girly and frilly and now known as androgynous. In an era where gay culture is shining, pink is widely being accepted as the gender-less color nowadays. From fashion to furniture, this fabulous color is here to stay as part of the cultural movement.
Here is a roundup of home furnishings perfect for this millennial pink fad.
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