Blush was the color of 2016. We saw it on the runway, in accessories, and definitely in the home. It was a feminine color that was given a modern twist, so that those with aesthetic penchants of all forms, from traditional to minimal, were hailing it as the color of the moment. Well, we are here to say that a close relative is its successor.

Nude is somewhere between beige and blush. The color of sand, bleached oak or natural minerals – it refers us to the groundedness of the earth. We were struck by the beauty of this project by Damien Langlois-Meurinne – a designer that seems to create on another planetary level. Taking a closer look at how he uses nude in his spaces, it’s all about slight variances on the color. A little lighter, a little darker, nude’s best quality is that it isn’t exact.