The first home I owned was a condo in the northern suburbs of Los Angeles, in La Crescenta. Though it was small, purchasing it was a huge milestone in my life. It was a brand spanking new one bedroom, one bath space with a balcony that overlooked a luscious garden of fragrant orange trees from the neighboring house. It was perfect for me.

Though I kept the color scheme neutral, back in the late 1980’s, I sought out the perfect shade of blush paint for the walls of my bedroom. The color, chameleon as the light changed throughout the day, added just the right amount of warmth to my space.  Blush is a universally flattering shade which is always a good thing, especially in the bedroom.



Whether blush is used as an accent in decor or in fashion, it adds a touch of warmth without being overpowering. I love it mixed with the bold yellow and aqua of that second image, as well as in more muted color schemes accented by gold.

Are you a fan of the shade blush?


I’m so enamored with the color for spring that I created a pop-up collection for Style*Mind*Chic Boutique:


Pop-Up Collection at Style*Mind*Chic Boutique:

Blush + Pink

Heather Lindstrom

Color Story: Blush

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What is the name of the paint color you used?


I am not personally a fan but I appreciate it on others! You have some lovely examples!


Thank you, Cindy! xx’

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