It is a predominantly wrong notion that pastels are a feminine trend and perfectly reserved for the vibrant Spring and Summer days! Muted pastels are a revolutionary way to bring pastels against masculine hues of greys and browns to create an all year cosy look with a subtle pop of colour and fun.
Sublime sky blues, buttercup yellows, duck egg blues and warm pinks are now a great way to deck up your neutral decor. Add a touch of these exquisite pastels along with some metallic tinges to create what we are now beginning to define as ultra-modern homes.
Pastels are a sensible colour choice for their soothing properties and nature to improve moods. Here’s our collection of favourite muted pastel looks. Like any of these? Get in touch with us to source the look of your desire!
Playful yet luxurious is this powder blue sofa that takes centre stage in this apartment living room which is otherwise dominated by the soft mushroom walls. The coffee table and dining chairs in the background add to the muted pastel look without overpowering the centrepiece and the shimmery chandeliers bring the whole look alive!
Nature has all the answers
This sublime lilac room is a refreshing change from the usually opted shades of blue. Paired with lovely mushroom beiges and whites this colour really comes together to create an exquisite look. The cynosure, however, remains the towering and meandering military green tree outlines on the walls amplifying the glorious rooms classy factor.
A Retro Affair
There is something absolutely soothing about a tinge of yellow. It’s like a warm hug from a grandma and reminiscent of soft warmth and the smell of freshly baked banana loaves. The colour is an ode to a romanticised childhood and an era we only wish we could decode in colour print. We are fairly certain if old family homes were to be converted from black & white to colour prints, this buttercup yellow might be the preferred colour. The colour that represents sepia, the colour of memories.
This list would absolutely be incomplete without the inclusion of warm pinks. Heartwarming and melancholic, romantic and playful, this colour is truly an understatement and has been hidden from plain sight for far too long. It is a delight to see this colour reign supreme in the fashion industry today and we just cross our hearts and wish the trend is adopted equally into interiors and sticks around for a really long time.
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