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It has set the tone in successive seasons, and reappeared at this year’s pageant of trend-setting design shows – most notably among the slick Scandi furniture of Stockholm – while the fashion pack was urged to think pink for spring/summer 2018 as everyone from Armani to Erdem sent models down the catwalk in a palette of blush shades.

The power of pink has proved remarkably resistant to the fickle fads of fashion.

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“People are continuing to search and save a wide range of ideas in this colour to try in their homes,” says Larkin Brown, user researcher and house stylist at image-sharing website Pinterest.

Fast-forward to 2018, and while Pantone’s colour wheel has turned to Ultra Violet, pink continues to inform the style of modern homes.

Swedish maker David Design complemented its bestselling Hammock chair (€521) with a new table (from €1,140) in pink linoleum or pink leather (each €1,700); Swedish textile company Kasthall updated its hand‑tufted Gry rug (£465 per sq m) in Rose Mist and introduced a new bouclé corduroy (£377 per sq m) in Macaroon; while Stockholm designer Asplund chose a cool candy colour for its Petit Palais table (from €1,376).

This colour continues as a trend because it works when you want a versatile, neutral shade that softens any space.” Brown’s point resonated at this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair where Scandi Pink (another moniker for the phenomenon) appeared among the tasteful neutrals and blond woods on show.

I think they fulfil a deep need in us.”Fellow Swede Daniel Heckscher, an interior architect and partner at Note Design Studio, has something of a reputation as a colour maestro.

“Even Stockholm on the coldest winter day is full of colour, so I have never understood why for the past 40 years the typical minimal Scandinavian interior has taken all that away,” he says. It became known as Millennial Pink after the young, discerning hipsters in its thrall and, as images of restaurants, hotels and private homes that had adopted the colour saturated social media sites, was then dubbed Tumblr Pink – in homage to the web platform of the same name. This palette – mixed with myriad spin-off shades – permeated the collective consciousness, appearing on everything from clothes to bags to cocktails and chairs. The following spring it introduced Pale Dogwood, a similar but greyer tone. Pink appeared on the design radar in 2016 as Pantone’s Color Institute proclaimed Rose Quartz its Colour of the Year alongside Serenity, a complementary blue.The comparison is even more flattering when one considers that most of the winners at this year’s Pinterest UK Interior Awards were influenced by the American director’s flair for colour.

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