This year’s Ultra Violet trend may have bred another color to watch out for: millennial lilac. It’s basically like millennial pink but it’s “more grown-up.” And, obviously, doesn’t have the same ring and syllables to it.
Millennial lilac is described as a blush lavender color that “creates a warm and welcoming aura.” Color expert Erika Woelfel also appreciates its versatility and noted that it can be paired with mint, cream, and other pastel shades.
Today, we’re taking baby steps with this trend as we list down items you can incorporate in your home. Maybe it can live in harmony with your previous millennial pink finds.
Take a break with black and white table setting and use this lilac dinnerware. Each piece is made with porcelain and a ribbed surface to give off “the charm of traditional hand-thrown pottery.” Available on Macy’s.
Complete your table setup with millennial lilac napkins. These ones from Rustan’s is checkered to add a fun element. Place the utensils on top of them or make small centerpieces with them. Available at Rustan’s Makati.
The Lou Lou Ghost is a modern-looking chair that you can use for your outdoor dining area or living room. It’s also small and compact so it won’t take up space, and it’s kid-friendly too. Available at W Global Center, Bonifacio Global City.
Nothing says “millennial” than a faux fur rug. Aside from being a room accent, it also works as a flatlay background. Available on Lazada.
If you want something in a slightly darker shade, opt for this sofa. This is for those who like lounging at home on weekends while binge-watching Friends and other shows. Available at SM Home branches.
This hairdryer has strong and controlled airflow which makes it easier for you to style and dry your hair. It’s also compact so you can bring it with you when you travel. Available at Wilcon Depot, Makati City.
This Dutch oven is great for making stews during family Sunday lunch or dinner. It can also hold seven to eight servings. Available at Gourdo’s.
Art by Faith Endaya
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