Pastels are making a come back - they've been used in homes for years, and it's clear this "trend" isn't going away anytime soon. Add a touch of color a little twist to the standard white kitchen, pale and subtle colors are a gorgeous way to brighten up a space while maintaining a neutral palette.
Pastels candy-colored accents you’ll love in your home. From pale blues to soft pinks, these pastels have come a long way from your childhood home. Its the perfect way to bring a little bit of your personality into your kitchen or bathroom.
If you want to go bold with patterns, stick to pale, subtle colors so you don't overwhelm. In this color board below for a custom home, we are adding pattern to the floor in the pale green and soft floral elements on the vanity wall.
Blush or Pink are a very versatile color, with so many shades and variations to choose from. Depending on the shade you choose, pink can be both fun and cheerful or bold and daring. With so many different colors of pink to choose from, the warming hue can be incorporated into more spaces than one might realize.
The color of romance, representing warmth, love, and comfort. When used in the home, pink creates an instant welcoming energy, filling the space with a vibrant glow. Your kitchen is the room where you nurture and replenish, making it the perfect space to add the color pink. When the weather warms up, pink is a beautiful, summery color to incorporate into your kitchen. And when the weather cools down, pops of pink in your kitchen will keep you feeling warm just a little bit longer. It’s a win/win.This cheerful pale blush and white kitchens adds a soft touch of color through the cabinetry and tile.
Pastel colors reflect light and are recommended for walls in smaller rooms. They offer a great variety of possibilities and combinations. A touch of tenderness and subtlety would look perfect in any room in the home. In this color board below for a master bathroom, we are adding pattern to the shower floor in the pale green rocks and an accent in the shower with a dusting of pale green and white on the countertops.
Pastels are not just for children’s rooms anymore. Use these soft versatile colors throughout your home. Today pastels are being brought back into your home to add a relaxed feel. Even though they add a retro appeal to your living space they are uniquely modern in neutral paint colors for your entire home. Give it a try.