The pastel theme is one that is dreamy, fantastical, attractive, and totally attractive – all in an understated and whimsical kind of a way. However, unfortunately many homeowners aren’t really acquainted with this palette at all, which is why today we’ve compiled 5 ways that you can create a total dreamscape in your homes with its help. Let’s take a look:
1. An ice-cream wall
The milky baby pink and powder blue wall featured in this image is an excellent example of how you can emulate a simple geometric twist in your home interiors by using the most understated colours of your palette. The artfully faded look has crisp lines and feels extremely attractive on a whole. It’s an excellent way to experiment with the pastels of your choice on a statement wall.
2. Pastel poppin’ bed covers
The pastel palette is one that can be as whimsical or as straight laced as you want to make it, and nothing can give you more versatile options than print media – especially bed covers and sofa cushions. What’s even better is that you can select a colour combination and pattern of your choice in these cases, It’s quite an easy way and efficient way to emulate this palette in your homes.
3. Credenza, back walls, and laminates
You might think that incorporating pastels in your built-in credenza may be difficult – if not impossible at all. However, you’d be wrong because you can certain (and very easily) do it. All you have to do is install a pattern of pastel laminates on your credenza and match it up with a similarly hued upper wall to articulate this concept in a truly appealing manner.
4. Geometric wall patterns
Simple painted walls are an expensive way to make over your home interiors , but very few homeowners actually experiment with the various patterns that can be translated via this medium onto a statement wall. You can create a whole triangular geometry aspect and even bring in a variety of colours to get a pastel-perfect effect.
5. And overall match
The one thing that you have to keep in mind while emulating the pastel format is that it cannot be contrasted with bold and jewel-toned colours. Once you’ve chosen this scheme, you’ve got to stick with it all the way. Contrasting with bolder colours is only going to undermine its authentic beauty.