Scattering pastels throughout your interior is a great way to bring in some color without having it overpower everything else. Here are 8 ways that show you how you can bring pastels into your home and make it a little more colorful.
1. Add Pastel Cupboards To A White Kitchen
Introducing soft light colors to the cabinetry in your kitchen makes the kitchen feel bright, clean, welcoming and fun.
Interior designed by Boho Studio
Interior design by Fiona Lynch
2. Think About Including Pastel Furniture
If you’re eager to make more of a style statement, opt for pastel colored furniture. Large pieces of furniture in pastel colors make your space fun and brighten it up.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed by HASSELL. Photography by Nicole England.
3. Add Pops Of Pastel
Pastels are great because they work well on their own and play nice with others. Adding a single pastel colored piece or placing a few pastel elements throughout a space brings in a pop of color without overwhelming it.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed by Ministry of Design.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed by Widawscy Studio Architektury. Photography by Tomasz Borucki.
4. Create A Pastel Backsplash
If you have a kitchen or bathroom chances are you’ll also have tiles. Picking pastel colored tiles takes care of protecting your walls and keeps them bright and exciting.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed by WALA (Weian Lim Architects). Photography by David Yeow.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed and photographed by Anne-Sophie Poirier (aka Sasufi).
5. Introduce Pastel Art To Your Walls
Wall art is an excellent way to tie together all the elements in a room. Picking art that includes your pastel colors can help give the room a finished feel and can add a whimsical touch.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed by Studio Guilherme Torres. Photography by MCA Estúdio.
Art prints by villavera
6. Install Pastel Light Fixtures
Whether they’re hanging from the ceiling or standing on the ground, pastel light fixtures bring light and color to your spaces.
See more photos, here. Designed by Levantin Design.
See more photos, here. Designed by Monochro Design Studio. Photography © contemporist.
7. Add Pastel Accessories
If you have a neutral interior but want to bring in just a touch of color adding a few pastel throw pillows to a grey couch can cozy it up without making it feel heavy.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed by Masquespacio and Ana Milena Hernandez Palacios. Photography by David Rodriguez from Cualiti.
8. Create A Pastel Gradient
Pastels don’t have to be all or nothing. Paint (or tile) your walls using a gradient technique to work in a bit of color and make the space feel taller.
See more photos of the project, here. Designed by CUT architectures. Photography by David Foessel.