Pearlescent pink is a trending home color and Anthropologie's President's Day sale is all over it

Pearlescent pink is having a moment right now – and we've found some of the very best examples in Anthropologie's President's Day

A pearly pink candle jar
(Image credit: Anthropologie)

Pearlescent pink isn't just your average color trend, and the Anthropologie President's Day sale is all over it.

Here are 12 finds from the Anthropologie sale to help you on your way to embracing this trending color.

Oonagh Turner
Oonagh Turner

Oonagh is an interiors writer and editor, and expert at keeping up with trends. She's also a keen online shopper, with shopping baskets full of decor must-haves that reflect wider trends from the world of interior design. For this story, she's picked her favorite pearly pieces from the Anthropologie President's Day sale.

Pearlescent pink picks from the Anthropologie President's Day sale

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Why pearlescent pink? And how to style it

Pale pink has long been in vogue. We've seen it take on a new lease of life as a neutral, bringing warmth to minimalist schemes. We've seen it paired with vibrant green for that classic Millenial color combo, or layered in a monochromatic way (see Nina Magon's rosy-hued bedroom of dreams, below). 

Moving on from the pale, baby pink form, designers haven't shied away from bold pink too, with Viva Magenta selected as Pantone's Color of the Year last year, while Benjamin Moore gave Raspberry Blush the crown of its big color trend for 2023. 

But rising to the fore is the more sophisticated shimmer of pearlescent pink, something that takes the flat, matte pink to another dimension, with a metallic warmth that brings a touch of glamor. 

Just like how recent fashion weeks have seen oversized pearls as the stars of the show, we are using pearly pink as jewelry in our homes' interiors. Designers are finding clever ways to bring that opalescent shimmer, with the likes of Lisa Staton using the glass-like quality of zellige tiles as a mirror to bounce pink around a room

Meanwhile, Billy Cotton's love-it-or-hate-it design for Lily Allen and David Harbour gave the couple's dark bedroom some much-needed light with pearly pink bedsheets.

A layered pink bedroom

(Image credit: Nina Magon)
Oonagh Turner
Livingetc content editor and design expert

Oonagh is a content editor at and an expert at spotting the interior trends that are making waves in the design world. Writing a mix of everything and everything from home tours to news, long-form features to design idea pieces on the website, as well as frequently featured in the monthly print magazine, she's the go-to for design advice in the home. Previously, she worked on a London property title, producing long-read interiors features, style pages and conducting interviews with a range of famous faces from the UK interiors scene, from Kit Kemp to Robert Kime. In doing so, she has developed a keen interest in London's historical architecture and the city's distinct tastemakers paving the way in the world of interiors.