With Easter just around the corner and Spring in full swing, I’m feeling inspired by pastel colors. Below are some great ways I’ve seen pastels incorporated in interior design.
Pastels in Seating
How cool are these mid-century chairs in this pale pink? I love the contract against a white table.
You can also mix and match pastels and a perfect way to do that is through seating. See how Laura Fulmine does this by using different color chairs.
Or go bold and bring in a pastel sofa like this one seen on AD.
Pastels in Appliances
Thanks to Smeg, you can now incorporate pastels in your appliances, including your refrigerator and small kitchen appliances.
Pastels in Paint or wall coverings
You’re not just seeing ombre done in your hair these days. Check out this beautiful ombre paint job using a turquoise pastel.
Following the recent mid-century craze, these beautiful asymmetrical surfaces add dimension to your walls and a pop of pastel color.
Pastels in Accessories
You don’t have to go big on pastels and the best way to keep it at a minimum is by choosing some great accessory pieces. I’m loving this clock from West Elm, these planters as seen on Sugar and Cloth and fun pineapple sculptures as seen on Places & Co.
Pastels in Textiles
Deny Designs has some fun and playful bedding prints in pastel. The great thing is that most of their graphics is that they can also be turned into wall art, decorative pillows and even furniture.
Pastels in Furniture
With DIY websites and blogs on the rise, I’m seeing some really cool DIY projects incorporating furniture and paint. Look at this beautiful geometric DIY design done with decals. You can easily replicate by following the instructions in this awesome blog – but beware, it’s in French!