2,436 pastel Home Design Photos

Holly Marder
The home of Romy and Ilya
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I love the pastel colors, but I hate the shapes
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
Love the square finish of these pastel lounges
balancing pastels with lots of white
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 — thanks to the light wooden furniture and white paint.
“plant” — merlotlovesme
Echo Design
the katlavs
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rainbow pastel hues on the chairs. Nice coloring.
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
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.
Love the mixed pastel chairs, but would rather have a round table
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: Please share your creative
“similarity to our space” — jordananderynn
Denise Dering Design
1 Review
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 in the overall theme of the garden in a way that bold reds and oranges could never do. Accenting them with some
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 actors in the overall theme of the garden in a way that bold reds and oranges could never do. Accenting them
COLORS 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
“The look of plants on the sidewalk.” — Firdaus Nazri
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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 like the bedroom
4. Use earthy pieces to ground girly pastels. Love pastels, but don’t
Playful pastels and a statement rug create a strong center piece. The white walls and flooring are simply a backdrop.
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 light hues — try a beat-up leather chair, rustic wood table, hide rug or cool, sculptural lamp.
couple of pastel pink accent chairs. Treat yourself to something new, or paint what you already have.
“coloured flex” — laurallemon
Sophie Azouaou
A Soothing Bedroom
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"Dirty" pastels: pastels with a bit of gray or brown
Try a “dirty” pastel for a sophisticated look. Pastels with a bit of
“dirty” pastel for a sophisticated look. Pastels with a bit of gray or brown, like the spearmint shown here, make especially serene wall colors. For a seamless look, paint the trim to match the walls instead of making them standard-issue white.
dirty pastel - pastels with a bit of gray or brown - shown spearmint
bedroom, pastels are the way to go. Eliminate visual competition by concentrating on only two shades, such as seafoam green and white. The softness of the pastel dominates the space. Talk about soothing.
“dirty” pastel for a sophisticated look. Pastels with a bit of gray or brown, like the spearmint shown here, make especially serene wall colors. For a seamless look, paint the trim to match the walls instead of making them standard-issue white.The Case for In-Between Colors
“mint” — lindzlane
Iris
Kitchen
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hi contrast w/ pastels and touch
pastel colored dishes with white kitchen
I love the pastel cups!
pastels dans la cuisine
For the pastel-shy, invite the soft hues into the home with a few accessories like cups and teapots.
pastel grey pallet...white and pastels...Hooray for pastels....cute pastel cups...Pastel teacups...pastel colors
“Shelves” — mtebani
Holly Marder
The home of Aafke
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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 charcoal.
Try a different kind of pastel. Pastels do not have to mean pink and purple — if girly colors are not for you, don’t
the the pastel colours with all the white and small details in black.
Try a different kind of pastel. Pastels do not
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 charcoal.
“Yellow sofa, grey black and white.” — Allison Blackstone
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
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Modern farmhouse done in pastel color green
for a pastel exterior. Pastel pink may be a bit ill advised, but pale minty green can look fresh and unexpected on an exterior. Try it with a white or metal roof on a modern farmhouse, or pair it with navy shutters on a classic colonial.Tell us: Are you a fan of pastels?More: 15 Colors You May Not Know
and its pastel green color. The house manages to stand out from the landscape without the tactic of contrast.
“Bushman Dreyfus Architects” — Cabana Home
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