Choosing a colour scheme for your home interiors is a very challenging task, but if you’re into lighter, brighter shades of the palette, then here are 5 pastel themed interiors that’ll blow you away:
1. The ice-cream living room
The pastel theme is always the best of understated and neutral, and this living room features the best of both these aspects. The use of white and wood in the backdrop emulates a Scandinavian style appeal that is further enhanced by an abundance of natural lighting. However, it’s the strategically introduced powder blues, pinks, yellows, and greens that truly drive the pastel aura home.
2. The artistic dining nook
This dining room is an excellent example of how you can use a pastel backdrop to make your spaces feel incredibly wholesome and inviting. The light blue of the back wall provides an excellent contrast to the brilliant white and yellow of the dining set-up. Moreover, the chalkboard paint adds lovely artistry to the whole space.
3. The gorgeous kitchen cabinetry
Pastels in kitchens might not be the most unconventional theme, but it’s definitely up there with the more unique ideas. That’s why the minty green and blue cabinetry in this kitchen is such a sight to behold. It’s gorgeously understated but also makes a bold statement. Coupled with the wooden accents of the countertop, the whole space feels extremely refreshing and attractive.
4. Submerged in bedroom blues
The beauty of pastel blue is that it is an incredibly relaxing colour. So, this bedroom interior channels an inherent relaxing aura that comes that’s to this particular colour scheme. The wooden textured floors provide adequate contrast while a number of trinkets and accessories spread throughout the space provide a great visual dynamic that keeps the space from looking monotonous.
5. A relaxing study room
All pastel colours have an inherently relaxing aura that shines when they are used in abundance. The minty sturdy room featured in this image is such a great example of how you can make even a small space feel absolutely refreshing and relaxing by using such colours to represent the design scheme.