It’s that particular shade of pink — which ranges from beige with just a touch of blush to a peach-salmon hybrid — that seems to be popping up everywhere now, from book covers to co-working spaces to that new vegan café. Named millennial pink, for its capacity to define a generation with its perfect balance of serious and frivolous, it also doesn’t appear to be going away anytime soon. So to help you embrace the tint du jour, we’ve found ways to fill every room in your home with the calming shade: There are desk clocks, living-room chairs, colanders, even toilet-seat covers.
A desk clock.
A candle with notes of wild mint-geranium rose.
A trash can.
Strawberry-milkshake malted milk balls.
A tufted accent chair.
A travel-ready toiletry bag.
A BPA-free glass water bottle.
Elif Batuman’s latest novel that Miranda July has called “addictive” and “sprawling.”
Three bars of True Rose soap.
A Turkish, cotton bath mat.
A duck-head umbrella (with a pink beak!).
Foldable Sony headphones.
A desk fan.
A spatterware mug.
An easily attachable toilet-seat cover.
A mechanical pencil.
Very ’70s Rose Milk lotion.
A Panasonic blow-dryer.
A crew-neck sweatshirt.
A leather tote.
A shag throw pillow.
A vintage-looking toaster.
A silky Calvin Klein bomber.
A retro colander.
A portable spoon-and-chopsticks set.
A five-piece cast-iron set from Le Creuset.
A mini, battery-operated crumb sweeper.
A silicone soap tray.
The lightest-shade-of-pink Vans.
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