Hello, my dear friends today I decided to write about pastel colors. I will write about blue pastel colors. So my today topic is Use pastel colors inside your home and get a popular room! Because, this year pastel colors would be very popular in living rooms, dining room and bathrooms! So, let’s talk more about this in the next paragraphs.
Let’s talk about pastels in your modern interiors
Pastel colors emerged in the ’50s and ’60s coupled with bold black and striking contrasting colors to make a powerful design statement. In today’s interiors pastels are back and in a big way!
Whether you are thinking of giving your interiors a makeover or just adding some pastel touches to your textiles – there is a wonderful emergence of pastels in interior design. If you want to read more about any other pastel colors, click here!
Pastel kitchen appliances are the comeback
Here are just one little paragraph about the green mint color which I write for you. Mint green can be combined with pink, light pink, white, and royal beige.
There is something so relaxing about the lighter shades of the color palette for your spaces that you want to escape from the world in. Bathrooms, bedrooms and sitting rooms are ideal for using soft colored textiles, bedding, and decorative decor throughout your space.
How you can use blue pastel color inside your room?
Blue pastel color is easiest to apply in smaller rooms. For example; if you want to visually edit a completely smaller square to make it look bigger, this is it. All you have to do is choose whether it will be some decor in this shade.
Either it will be on your carpet, or eventually on the wall. But watch out for smaller rooms the pastel color on one wall next to the mirror across that wall does magic.
One tip: Your favorite sofa and matching end tables coupled with hints of floral, stripes, or even polka-dotted pastel fabrics will give your new pastel-enhanced interiors a sense of familiarity on your reupholstered furniture finds!
It should be noted that each pastel color has it’s own darker and lighter tone. So it all depends on your mood, whether you will leave the first layer (lighter) or you will repeat layer by layer to get what you imagined!
The sponsor of today’s post on the blog about pastel colors is KARE_Sarajevo!
Don’t forget to send me an email if you have interesting ideas on email@example.com. And find m on Instagram @mr.leohodzic