Millennial Pink

Beyond Millennial Pink: How One Generation’s Colors Are Changing Everything

New York designer Kati Curtis sees the trend as Generation Y’s reaction to their parents’ beige Restoration Hardware tastes. She also pointed out the colors’ versatility. Working well with woods from pale ash to rich walnut, they also complement metals like rose gold and silver, “making them easier to commit to than a bright red dining-room table,” she said. “These are easy colors to live with.”