25 eye-popping ways to perfect pastel rooms

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25 eye-popping ways to perfect pastel rooms

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Any interior designer can tell you just how fashionable pastels are right now and when you see how amazing they can look in your home, we know you'll understand why.

From statement wall colours through to furniture and accessories, there isn't a single item that doesn't look amazing finished in a pale hue and, what's more, they look great in every room! Bathrooms through to kitchens are now getting the pastel treatment, so take a look at some of our favourite rooms and see if you might be keen to get on board…

1. A few pastel colour pops will really lift a pared back space

2. Pastel bathtubs look amazing and can work in traditional through to contemporary spaces

3. A naturally calming colour, pastel green is the ideal choice for a nature inspired guest room

4. A hand-cut stamp will make transforming a kid's room super easy and fun. We love this use of pastel paints to keep the theme soft

5. For a girly dressing room, pastel pink is the perfect choice!

6. If you don't want to go overboard, stick to pastel soft furnishings, such as curtains and rugs

7. Don't forget that white is a pastel colour too!

Rear Extension Modern kitchen by Oakman Modern
Oakman

Rear Extension

Oakman

8. Pastels don't need to be gender specific. What about baby blue for a little girl's room?

9. Give your laundry room a little more pizzazz by choosing to paint it in a really pretty pastel colour

10. Vibrant colours act as a great contrast to sweet pastels. The red here looks great!

11. Pastel accessories, such as vases, look great paired with pale grey

12. This pale blue plaid wall makes a simple bathroom pop and dictates the scheme perfectly

13. We don't think you'd have nightmares in this stunning bedroom that takes inspiration from the garden views

14. Scandinavian styling looks wonderful with an injection of pale colour. This blue/turquoise is stunning!

16. Pale grey is the ideal choice for a calm and sweet pastel room, especially with some colour accents

Porthleven Eclectic style bedroom by LEIVARS Eclectic
LEIVARS

Porthleven

LEIVARS

17. Ice blue and white are a dream colour combination. Just look at how cool and chic this bedroom is!

18. If a painted bathtub isn't quite enough for you, why not add in some pastel floor detailing too? This geometric number is nailing two trends in one hit!

Drummond's Case Study: London Townhouse, Notting Hill: rustic  by Drummonds Bathrooms, Rustic
Drummonds Bathrooms

Drummond's Case Study: London Townhouse, Notting Hill

Drummonds Bathrooms

19. If you like the idea of using white, do you dare go all out? We love this minimalist kitchen!

20. For a crisp and clean-looking bathroom, pale sea green and white work beautifully together

21. Using a few different shades of the same pastel will create a vibrant and really unique space. The patterns here look like meadows!

22. Try to match some accessories in your pastel havens, such as cushions, to really pick out pretty hues

23. This is our dream bathroom! It looks amazing with a pastel yellow tub and perfectly matched tiles

24. You won't see many pastel pink kitchens around so it's a great choice if you want to be a little bit different

25. Nobody ever said you can't add striking patterns to a pastel room! The striped wallpaper here looks great and that rug contrasts beautifully!

For more pretty hue inspiration, take a look at this Ideabook: Colourful Couches.

Are you a pastel convert now?
Whitton Drive by GK Architects Ltd Modern

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