Have you ever wanted a charge of boldness that’s also muted? Fusion Mineral Paint Damask delivers. It brings a bit stability and stunning grace to any home.
It’s regal. It’s sophisticated. And it’s certainly not bashful.
Deep and muted, Damask is making a comeback in home interior design. It’s dusty and earthy, pairing well with neutrals, greys and muted blues. Previously part of the Fusion Mineral line, the company decided to bring it back after discontinuing it.
And it sure was a good call! Many of us were missing the regal, dusty pink.
A decisive splash
Fusion Mineral aims to bring timeless and old world colors into home furniture. The color was inspired by an old vintage wallpaper that carried a damask pattern — this exact color was found on the wallpaper. The color is also popular in France. But Damask’s comeback isn’t in all its original glory. We’d like to think it’s better than ever, now being a little lighter than the original Fusion Mineral version.
And as you read up on Fusion Mineral, remember it’s not only about the winning colors available to you. Fusion Mineral Paint Damask is created with attention to quality and durability.
It’s easy to apply, making it a win on so many levels.
Different ways to use Fusion Mineral Paint Damask
So now that we’ve spoken of the fine qualities of Fusion Mineral Paint Damask, let’s look at some of the incredible inspiration ideas that we found from others. If you’re not sure what to do with Damask, we hope these examples bring some inspiration to the table.
Copper leaf dresser
In looking at this dresser, you can’t help but notice the way this dusty pink contrasts with the copper trim. The handles and feet pair well with Fusion Mineral Paint Damask. If you’re into glam or regal elegance, this could be the perfect mix for you.
For this bit of furniture, the blogger found a beautiful nightstand with curves and carvings to die for. She figured Fusion Mineral Damask would bring this nightstand to life. And so it did! After two coats, the night stand took on a whole new persona. She added decor transfers — both text and floral.
It’s a darling piece, is it not? We’re in love! It’s graceful yet strong.
Floral chest of drawers
Here’s another furniture piece with decor transfers. This pink French floral chest of drawers is feminine and filled with character.
Color palettes using Fusion Mineral Paint Damask
Now let’s look at color palettes for Fusion Mineral Paint Damask. This paint can go for airy or contrasty palettes. You’ll see what we mean in the subsequent palette inspiration.
Are you ready? Let’s go.
In looking at this palette inspiration photo, you’ll notice the dusty pink forms a bit of a gradient with purples and creamy yellows in the mix. Creamy to dark blues also take the spotlight. Not a bad palette if we do say so ourselves! It’s cozy.
Make it regal
Now this palette carries a sense of stateliness with the stark grey color. There’s some lighter pinks and creamy whites going in the background. This could be a good palette for a guest room or bathroom.
A bouquet of loveliness
To say this isn’t eye-catching would be a lie. The black background with dark green leaves and light airy roses is pleasing to the eyes. Sophistication and beauty are all part of this palette.
The roses come in various shades of pink — from the light to the bold mauve dustiness of Fusion Mineral Paint Damask.
Don’t forget the creamy and off-white colors that come into play here. We recommend bringing Fusion Mineral Paint Champlain into this pairing.
A dusty pink that spells sophistication
As you look for your next home project, we hope you’ll consider the value of Fusion Mineral Paint Damask. There’s a lot to it and it’s certain to please the eyes.
Give your furniture the facelift it needs with this dusty pink. Its elegance is something to appreciate.
For a more blushy color, check out Fusion Mineral Paint Little Piggy. It’s part of the Tones for Tots collection. But if you don’t have kids, don’t let that cause you to shy away from the color. Adults love it too!