This year’s answer to millennial pink is chic when it’s head-to-toe Max Mara, but it can skew twee in the home. Try it as an accent colour, says Vancouver-based interior designer Karla Dreyer. “Lavender works well with the grey tones we may already have on our furniture or walls.”
PRO TIP To avoid an Easter-egg vibe, “choose a lavender that isn’t too saturated and has a dusty undertone,” says Toronto interior designer Laura Stein.
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