Current trends in kitchen design favor a little color and I'm a fan of this. Monochromatic, all white kitchens have their place, but painting your cupboards is a great way to add some color without coating your walls. And if you anchor the room with color on the lower cabinets, you can still have a clean, light look from the counter top to the ceilingRead More
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Using pastels in interior decorating need not be over-the-top girly. It can create spaces that are warm, inviting and calm. Here's an inspiration board that shows you how to incorporate some beautiful, soft pastel tones into your living room decor. The soft pink and blue palette is complemented by the textures of natural fibres and knit decor. Lush!
Our top tips for using pastels to create this effect:
- Consider natural wood tones in your furnishings.
- If you use metals, keep them in warm tones, like brass or copper.
- Choose only a few main colors in your palette and then use tones of these throughout the room.
- Use natural, soft textiles around the room - drapes, poufs, rugs, throws and cushions.
- Go with a neutral on your big items, like sofas, and on the walls. This keeps the pastels form overwhelming the space.