7 homes with the best pastel color palates!
With contemporary style focusing more on the unconventional, may have forgotten the art of pastel rococo. Today, we will be looking at a few pastel themed interiors within a contemporary setting!
Yellows & Lavenders
This soft hued multifunctional home interior uses the lightest of color schemes to create a comforting ambiance. Even the specific shade of yellow used in this space is down toned to match the overall theme of a ‘soothing impact.’ The careful choice of accessorizing – the kitty themes stickers and clock – work in perfect tandem with the reasonable impact of this scheme.
Whites and Contrast
The pastels in this theme are complemented by the use of carefully contrasting colors – yellow, orange, green, blue – and takes off the dullness from the overly soothing aspect of the lavender back wall. However, make sure that when you try this, each color is used in a balanced proportion – too much contrast against a softly soothing color can seem completely garish.
Stripe and Live
An unconventional take on the muteness of pastels, this interior design takes a strategic leave from the typical and uses an unconventional material and color combination. The lighter hues make the wood stand out, while creating a modernized funky aura that redefines the atypical formation. The emphasis on verticality makes the space look taller and also gives it a slight vintage effect.
Long and Wide
The pastel hue is low-key and underrated, so much so that it can make a space seem decidedly larger than it actually is. If you take a look at the image below, the combination of power yellow, lavender and white come together to create an aura of enhanced visibility and soft edges for this particular space.
Some spaces tend to look claustrophobic when taken too tall. With a pastel color scheme, you can mend that flaw in space and carry out a lightweight ambiance within the bounds of the three dimension while still retaining a subtle, but innovative take to the space. The image below is the perfect representation of just how smartly and soulfully this could be dome.
This specific shade of blue can either make or break a space depending on the design and amount of application on each individual piece. The interior below shows the perfect balance between light, space and the blue. The overall ambiance is soft because of the harmony between all three elements – even if a single one had been awry, the design could have gone side ways.
Though red is not conventionally a pastel color, its application in this scheme definitely makes it work. The sporadic yet strategic placement of the red slats in between the wood and white create a mesmerizing effect that is both funky and elegant all at once.