2,867 pastel Home Design Photos

Holly Marder
The home of Romy and Ilya
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Pastels don't have to be traditional! They can be beautifully modern like in this stunning living room.
love the pastel colors, but I hate the shapes of those chairs...
Love the square finish of these pastel lounges
1. Balance pastels with plenty of white space. White walls and floors create a serene envelope for a room filled with pops of pastels. The living space
1. Balance pastels with plenty of white space. White walls and floors create a serene envelope for a room filled with pops of pastels. The living space shown here manages to feel calm — even though a range of hues is used —
across every surface of your home for them to add style to your space. Here, a single sofa seat is covered in chevron stripe fabric in soft grey and pastel tones. The Z-shaped wooden chair adds a further chevron reference.
“Zig zag chair” — slindare
Echo Design
the katlavs
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each chair a diff pastel color
The steps look like a place a kitty would like to snooze. Like the pastel chairs. Like the over all color code.
Paint your breakfast-table chairs in a rainbow of pastels. Love pastels? I say, go for it
Love the rainbow pastel hues on the chairs. Nice coloring
Love the mixed pastel chairs, but would rather have a round table
breakfast-table chairs in a rainbow of pastels. Love pastels? I say, go for it. After all, why shouldn’t your breakfast nook be the cheeriest spot in the house? And if you don’t feel up to painting the entire chairs, even giving just the legs or seats a dip in pastel hues would make a big impact.Tell us:
“colorful chairs” — Cat Benzon
Denise Dering Design
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Garden Design
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Use pastels. Soft pastel colors are just the thing to round out the planting scheme in this type of garden. They become subtle supporting actors
pastel flowers layered, but where in my garden
Use pastels. Soft pastel colors are just the thing to round out the planting scheme in this type of garden. They become subtle supporting
COLORS Use pastels. Soft pastel colors are just the thing to round out the planting scheme in this
Use pastels. Soft pastel colors are just the thing to round out the planting scheme in this
Use pastels. Soft pastel colors are just the thing to round out the planting scheme in this type of garden. They become subtle supporting actors in the overall theme of the garden in a way that bold reds and oranges could never do. Accenting them with some pops of chartreuse injects just the right amount
“Fence flowers” — butkusrules
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
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Use earthy pieces to ground girly pastels. Love pastels, but don’t want your space to look
4. Use earthy pieces to ground girly pastels. Love pastels, but don’t
metallicsThrow in a bit of glitz for a modern twist on the pastel trend. The subtle flash of gold leaf on the inside of this lampshade is just enough to toughen up the space and prevent it feeling too sugary sweet.
Work in some pastelsPastels are bang on trend in the interiors world this spring and
4. Use earthy pieces to ground girly pastels. Love pastels, but don’t want your space to look like the bedroom of a 6-year-old girl with a unicorn obsession? Add something a bit rough to contrast the
Sometimes all a seating arrangement needs are a couple of pastel pink accent chairs. Treat yourself to something new, or paint what you already have.
“floor and chairs” — Garrett Neff
Iris
Kitchen
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hi contrast w/ pastels and touch of bold color
Pastels don't have to be overwhelming - they can function as the perfect design detail to round out your space.
pastel colored dishes with white kitchen
That's more like it. For the pastel-shy, invite the soft hues into the home with a few accessories like cups and teapots.
“Ready for tea shelves” — pjmoe
Holly Marder
The home of Aafke
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Try a different kind of pastel. Pastels do not have to mean pink and purple — if girly colors are not for you, don’t discount pastels altogether. A pale mustard or chalky blue can be incredibly chic when paired with black, white and
Try a different kind of pastel. Pastels do not have to mean pink and purple — if
the the pastel colours with all the white and small details in black.
Try a different kind of pastel. Pastels do not
don’t discount pastels altogether. A pale mustard or chalky blue can be incredibly chic when paired with black, white and charcoal.
Hallway Try a different kind of pastel. Pastels do not have to
3. Try a different kind of pastel. Pastels do not have to mean pink and purple — if girly colors are not for you, don’t discount pastels altogether. A pale mustard or chalky blue can be incredibly chic when paired with black, white and
“Side table” — Glenn Kaufhold
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
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brights here — think white mixed with ivory mixed with cream. Layer in pale pinks, blues, greens and other washed-out hues. Don't combine too many pastels; stick with one or two shades instead. Hot tip: If you can't resist a bit of bold color, go right ahead. But limit it to a handful of smaller furnishings
brights here — think white mixed with ivory mixed with cream. Layer in pale pinks, blues, greens and other washed-out hues. Don't combine too many pastels; stick with one or two shades instead. Hot tip: If you can't resist a bit of bold color, go right ahead. But limit it to a handful of smaller furnishings
“Mantle decor” — Andrea Gardner
Alexandra Angle Interior Design
Alexandra Angle
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sunny morning room with traditional prints in fresh pastel hues. Pastel colors are unabashedly cheerful, so what better place to put them than the room you sip your coffee in? Classic prints like checks, lattice and seersucker work well in pastels and keep the space here from feeling buttoned-up.
Nothing says summer like pastels! The perfect color scheme for a beach house.
sunny morning room with traditional prints in fresh pastel hues. Pastel colors are unabashedly cheerful, so what better place to put them than the room you sip your coffee in? Classic prints like checks, lattice and seersucker work well in pastels and keep the space here from feeling buttoned-up.
Paint a rainbowMix and match a rainbow of pastel colours for a delicate, vintage feel. Soft shades of rose, lavender and mint will all work together if you ensure they have the same underlying tone.
“Nothing says summer like pastels! The perfect color scheme for a beach house.” — Legrand, North America
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