In case you missed it, apparently millennial lilac is the new millennial pink. Gasp! New year, new pastel, right? If you're thinking about working with it, here's some inspiration to help you figure out how to incorporate the vibrant hue into any room in your house.
Saturated lavender walls greet visitors at this Massachusetts home. The matching bench ties everything together.
This purple headboard surrounds a circular window, helping to break up the color and add some light into the room. Floral wallpaper adds a subtle sheen to this guest bedroom.
Both the walls and ceiling in this Southern study features amethyst paint. Brighter pops of purple on the sofa and lamp add contrast.
Mauve is not too gray, not too violet. Add contrast to the serene gray by upholstering chair backs with burlap.
Vino lovers can appreciate this wine-red kitchen. Layering the hue with a high-gloss coating helped the small space feel bigger.
Between walls and the banquette, this East Village dining nook needed a pop of something else. A bright-red high chair adds contrast and ups the eclectic feel.
Misty Lilac paint highlights a pair of 19th-century Chinese ancestral paintings. An overscale ikat covers the Manhattan apartment's sofa.
Violet adds the same calm, tranquil feeling to a bedroom as blue does, but it's a little more vibrant. Since it has a feminine feel, it's the perfect choice for a girls room.
From the silver ceiling down to the cheetah print stools, a Hamptons house lives up its glam location Purple paint coats the walls in high-gloss, and the sofa is covered in velvet.
If this room's bright millwork wasn't enough ,it also has layered magenta grosgrain with leather and studs to trim the traditional valance.
If you're going for purple in the bedroom, don't shy away. This room uses Tableau wallpaper and Aga fabric to add pattern. The custom carpet and side tables add even more color.
Delicate Chinese wallpaper is the star of this Massachusetts home. It's contrasted with a bold lacquered table and contemporary chairs.
Running out of places to put your favorite color? Don't forget the stairs.
Wine walls are flattering, warm, and lively. Over seven coats of lacquer create this mirror-like sheen.
A Romano mirror picks up the purple in a Manhattan apartment. This space is bookended with a faux-zebra rug and statement light.
Use the same color throughout the room. That way, your eye is not jumping from dark walls to light trim, and it feels more rela.
Mauve looks fresh when mixed with modern pieces. It's the subtle way to incorporate purple into your space.
This home bar stands out thanks to the purple walls and antelope carpet. An Anglo-Indian mirror and a group of drawings top walls.
This deep, rich shade turned a Manhattan dining room into a multipurpose salon. Lined with books, it's a space where people can spend the day reading, then entertain guests at night.
If you love a color, go big with it. This kitchen layers five shades of purple.