Lilac rose is a pale violet hue that many people claim looks mauve or light blue. The color is comparable to lavender, though it contains more white than the light purple color. The term "lilac rose" comes from the rare but beautiful lilac rose, which brings to mind the fabled blue rose. Because lilac roses are so rare, the color is often associated with enchantment. Lilac rose is a serene color that you can use successfully in just about any space in your home. Many people choose to paint their daughters' bedrooms lilac rose and then to ground it with white furniture, linens, and other accents. But, you don’t have to relegate lilac rose to girlish settings. The hue can be sophisticated and charming when paired with the right materials and furnishings. Lilac rose furnishings look chic when balanced by cream, gold, gray, and black. For a more upscale vibe, incorporate mirrored surfaces into the space. Lilac rose, when coupled with black and tan, lends an air of timeless elegance. Use this color combination in your own bedroom. If you're feeling brave, use it in your kitchen, but swap out the tan with a light cream color. Lilac rose can be elegant and sophisticated. Give your home an enchanted feel by using it as both the base color and accent color in each space.