If you’re loving pastels right now – you’ve got your finger on the style pulse. Flowing on from fashion, pastels are the hottest ticket for interiors.
It’s an easy trend to introduce into your home, but if you’re not sure how to nail it – we’ve got ideas to help you brave this pale trend.
- Pastels play well with neutrals – the Lea cushion (in both sizes) is one of our favourites for introducing a pop of pastel to the sofa (or your bed). Work them on the sofa together to play with shape and size, and it’s the perfect pastel pairing
- The quickest way to introduce pastels is through vessels. We love a vessel cluster, but some of our new vessels are beautiful enough to stand alone as works of art. The limited-edition hand-painted Bubbly vessels look beautiful solo, play well in pairs, and to really amp up their appeal – they look great housing some fresh blooms. We recommend working variations in colour intensity together to make for a glamorous interior
- If you want a more graphic look in your home, think about pairing pastels with black. It’s a sophisticated pairing, dramatic and safely steers you away from an 80s throwbacks for a really modern and fresh look
- Avoid pastels looking like just a trend by really committing to the look. Go for a larger piece such as the Studio sofa in Arena Neptune. It retains a sense of fun while making a statement. We also love the Epping nest of side tables – particularly handy in small spaces – with that glossy lick of pastel that is practical too
- Neons can brighten up a pastel, make it look more modern – and add your own twist on a trend. For something so small, the Zedd decorative chair adds quirk, fun and can be moved into any room in the house. For such a small commitment (in stature and price) it is big on impact