The pastel colors not only soften the view of the surroundings, but also ensure calm and serenity, regardless of the decoration. Therefore, the minimalist environments don’t appear empty or cold with them and the environments full of objects and furniture don’t seem to be crowded. With both decorations, the overall feeling of the composition is tempered by the right choice of colors.
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And because of this effect, pastel colors and their increasing appearance in objects, furniture, and decorations of surroundings have made today’s post talk about these shades as they returned to fashion and their growing use in decoration!
Pastel shades in pastel shades: from simple beige to candy color trends
The pastel tones used in interior decoration, fashion, makeup, and concept design were only defined by the shades of white and beige to encompass a variety of colors.
In 2020, Pantone, a company that cataloged and standardized colors for general industry, selected two shades of the year: rose quartz and serenity, shades of pink and baby blue, to work alone or together as a trend.
The choice of Pantone not only defined the new trends, but began to explore these “baby” shades differently. If we now speak in pastel shades, we can also think of the lighter shades of pink, yellow, blue, green, purple, orange and gray, which give more personality to what once appeared “pale”, “extinguished” or “pale” give “boring”.
They gained so much personality that they got other names: candy colors or off-white.
These candy colors are the ones that are considered to be more colorful in their lighter shapes, similar to the colors that are sold on cute cotton fabrics that are sold there. They are not only perfect for the environment of children, but also for a different mood in all environments. Architects and designers play with them to decorate living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens and bedrooms.
Using gray as a super versatile color
The gray, which has always been associated with a dark and cold color, was used as the perfect balance for the environment with the most colorful pastels. The gray, which served the protagonism as well as the balance with these shades, gained the importance in contemporary environments that had to be discovered when designing different shapes.
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Now that you know a little more about these colors, take a look at our selection of gallery images! You will surely fall in love with the colors that create calm.
Figure 1 – Ton pastels in a large environment and with great natural luminosity.
Image 2 – Office with pastel tones and black.
Image 3 – Pastel colors in the room: comfort and modernity.
Image 4 – Living room with a mixture of gray tones and candy colors.
Image 5 – White and light pink as the basis for this super modern interior design.
Image 6 – Add decorative accessories in pastel colors to give your room lightness.
Image 7 – Pastel colors are also colors that are perfect for walls in children’s rooms.
Image 8 – Colored pencils or candy colors give the children’s room a delicate and charming tone.
Image 9 – Mint as a favorite color of the recent past, especially to give the walls a modern touch.
Image 10 – Double room with natural colors and pastel colors.
Image 11 – Green pastel tones combined with stronger tones for a balanced combination.
Image 12 – The pastel shades of blue, pink and yellow are favorites for children’s rooms and toy libraries.
Image 13 – Raw tones like natural wood make great combinations with lighter shades and sweets.
Figure 14 – A super stylish and colorful door in a pastel tone for a more sober and modern look.
Image 15 – Dining room based on white and gray and small color accents in pastel shades such as in the cushions, in the upholstery and in the painting on the wall.
Image 16 – Special wall with the colors of the year 2016: rose quartz and serenity in a painting halfway.
Image 17 – Stairs in light tones full of personality: mix of prints in pop form.
Image 18 – Minitone bathroom to bring more relaxation and tranquility to the bathtubs.
Image 19 – Candy colors that can always be combined: In different objects, these colors never lose balance and harmony.
Image 20 – Clear tones in conjugate environments to give unity and harmony for decoration and circulation between environments.
Image 21 – Transform basic environments into colorful, information-rich, yet harmonious colors with pastel colors.
Image 22 – Pastel green as the new darling of the kitchen, whether in the cupboard or in the kitchen accessory.
Image 23 – An additional touch of color: a mixture of a shade of pastel pink and golden yellow in the area.
Image 24 – As in their midtones, blue and orange continue to form an unbeatable duo as complementary contrasts within the interior.
Image 25 – Combination of pink, gray and white also for plenty and full of light.
Fig. 26: In environments with very light or white walls, think of a slightly more distinctive floor covering.
Image 27 – Pastel tones in combination with natural stone colors and textures, such as marble, are very precise and give the environment a refined atmosphere.
Picture 28 – The combination of pink and blue baby has never been so sweet and warm.
Picture 29 – inspiration in the old tiles: kitchen with wall coating in pastel pink.
Image 30 – Pink panel, which is noticeable by the insertion of color into the environment.
Figure 31 – Handmade pendant decoration: for those who love the craft, the pastel colors bring great ideas and inspiration with different materials, such as the ribbons used in this decoration.
Figure 32 – In a serious and modern climate, a bathroom with a semi pastel blue wall.
Image 33 – Contrasting contrast to black and brown: These darker colors often lead to white and beige contrast, but the other pastel shades of the color table can also work well.
Image 34 – The swing of lilac also for decorating rooms and spaces for couples.
Image 35 – Candy pink duvet in a mostly white and raw room.
Image 36 – In addition to gray tones such as black and brown, gray tones such as graphite in combination with the pastel tones ensure a perfect balance between light and dark in the environment.
Image 37 – Furniture and objects in pastel shades: Due to the popularity of these colors, there are already different types of objects of decorations and furniture that can be purchased in these colors.
Image 38 – Pastel tones combined with vivid colors to enliven the environment.
Figure 39 – Wide living room in pastel colors that very well maintain the ambient light of the window.
Image 40 – Candy colors as the highlight of the frames for environments on beige and gray.
Figure 41 – Tone lighter than color to break through the completely gray surroundings of the room with planned furniture.
Image 42 – Look for colored furniture in pastel colors to decorate your surroundings quickly and easily.
Picture 43 – Another way to break the gray of the environment: dining room with floor and gray curtains and a row of chairs that are super cute in millennial pink.
Picture 44 – Green, yellow and violet in a combination that would be unusual if the light tones were not chosen.
Figure 45 – The couple’s bedroom with details in pink that most closely resemble raw tones.
Figure 46 – Rooms in light shades of blue: one soothing tonality versus another more relaxing.
Figure 47 – Room neutral? None of that! Add more colorful pastel colors to the common young room.
Image 48 – The pink house: In the summer climate, the decoration only creates a pleasant and pleasant climate in light shades of pink, orange, yellow and purple.
Picture 49 – Not only for interiors: candy colors are used to touch building facades.
Figure 50 – Candy colors also in industrial style environments: composition with a modern style and a minimalist trend.
Figure 51 – Mint green again in the wall painting in rooms: environment with a more natural touch with pictures and real plants.
Figure 52 – Orange pastel as another option to compensate for the cold climate that causes the gray in the area.
Figure 53 – Playful decoration and millennium generation: children’s clothing store in minimalist decoration with creative accessories.
Figure 54 – The pastel colors behave very well with natural light.
Image 55 – Another example of modern kitchen: In addition to the green, the mixture of blue and pink also dominates in this environment.
Picture 56 – In fact, pink and blue can be present in different environments, for example in the living room.
Image 57 – The light green shade in the kitchen brings more green to natural elements such as flowers, green and even fresh herbs in a mini vegetable garden.
Image 58 – Each room with its color: green and pink create a combination that is also classic, if little used
Picture 59 – Room with white and gray atmosphere and a little color in the bed linen.
Picture 60 – Small living room in pastel colors and some details in strong green.