Love Pretty Pastels? Here Are 8 Ways To Bring Them Into Your Home

Urbanclap posted on 15 March

Let’s admit it. No matter how much we love our bolds and brights, we also have a soft spot for lighter, feminine pastels. There’s something about shades like mint, pink and light yellow that we just can’t resist. Perfectly suited for a sophisticated space, pastel colours come with many benefits. Soft, soothing, varied and versatile, they can be fairly neutral when necessary. However, you don’t need to commit to the shade for an entire room to test the magic. A pop of colour at the right spot can show the power. But, if you want to make pastels the star of the show by some dramatic statement, we are here to help you.

Here are eight ways to add that pastel touch to your home interiors.

The Bigger, The Better

In all-white interiors, the best way to add some pizzazz to the setting is by focusing on an interesting piece of furniture with a modern nature. How about a pink couch? If your style is chic and modern, the idea of a pink sofa will be best suited for your living room. Try keeping cushions in the same fabric as the sofa for extended drama.

Where to buy: Maishaa.

Home Décor Stores

C-7, 1st Floor, Sector 7, Rohini, New Delhi

Add A Bit Of Blue

The key to creating a classic and clean atmosphere in your living room is to incorporate a shade of pastel blue. Blue always stands out as a sign of freshness and elegance. You can choose blue as the only accent colour for the decor. Bring out the drama with textures and patterns in white and black, and artwork and soft furnishings in quirky floral prints.

Where to buy: Ashley Home Store.

Beauty Of Sage Hues

Sage is fresh and soft, and offers a perfect alternative to the classic, white decor scheme. This colour will also add brightness to a minimalistic room with white walls. All you need is a sage, upholstered sofa in your living room coordinated with nature-inspired soft furnishings. It opens up space, fills it with personality and creates a pristine look.

Where to buy: Maishaa.

Home Décor Stores

C-7, 1st Floor, Sector 7, Rohini, New Delhi

Eat In Pastels

Recreate the nordic vibe in your dining area by considering a few pastel mugs, bowls, kettles and plates. From blue, beige and rose quartz, this tableware makes a chic and sophisticated display. But why settle for simple pieces? Add a fun vibe with subtle prints and patterns.

Where to buyRosenthal.

Ditch Pink

Instead, a perfect pastel shade, lavender or shades of purple work great for creating that dreamy vibe in a room, especially when combined with colours, such as white, pink and woody tones. It is not necessary to have everything in purple. Just accentuate the look with the right mixing. Trust the style; the pop of purple will surely add a beautiful appeal to your princess’ bedroom.

Where to buy: Ottimo.

Blue Rules

A colour that goes around with almost everything, the pastel blue blends effortlessly with a variety of patterns and textures when it comes to the boy’s room. Just pick the colour and spread the shade with a wide open heart. Do not forget to opt for light blue, as this airy shade makes any space look bigger, warmer and welcoming.

Where to buy: R. R. Decor. 

Home Décor Stores

Shop A-47, 1st Floor, Okhla Industrial Area Phase 1, New Delhi

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A Pastel-Perfect Bedroom

There is something so relaxing about the pastel shades for spaces where you’d want to escape from the world. For bedrooms, opt for pastel pink bedding, that is sensual, yet super-chic. Add a soft touch by incorporating white through furniture, furnishings and accessories.

Where to buy: R. R. Decor.

Home Décor Stores

Shop A-47, 1st Floor, Okhla Industrial Area Phase 1, New Delhi

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Combining With Brights

A wall of soft grey combined with bold, blue bedding may not sound interesting, but when combined with bright, coloured textiles and white pillows, it’s hard to ignore. Ensure the balance of this manly scheme by choosing similar hue for few more accessories in the room.

Where to buy: Rosenthal.

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