Candy Colors are versatile and trendy, whether it’s to spice up the living room or to bring romanticism in the bedroom. Pastel colors are capable of changing decor and can be used with a wide range of purposes, furniture, walls, and fabrics. Dusty pink faded blue and pale yellow tones, we will show you how contrasting pastel colors can be used in contemporary interiors. Layered colors, tones, and textures are the keys to achieve a fresh and modern space.
To inspire, we select contemporary pastel color rooms full of personality and that use flawlessly this sweet palette.
Happy Valley apartment, Hong Kong, by Lim + Lu. Millennial pink is contrasted with rich jewel colors throughout this Hong Kong apartment.
Boca do Lobo living room inspiration in soft pink and to warm up the decor uses furniture with brass details, like the Empire center table
Masquespacio interior design project located in the old town of Valencia, Spain, called Valencia Lounge Hostel with an amazing mix of color. Blue hues bedroom decor with the gold symphony nightstand to add more personality.
Kelly Wearstler is an expert at hitting no obvious combinations. She used numerous shapes and, because they are all in the same soft tone, it works perfectly.
Soft blue tones balance the minimal look of this Midtown Manhattan apartment. The New Design Project layered colors, tones and textures to lend the space a fresh and calming atmosphere.
Combining the warmth of the brown with the subtlety of the light pink. In this dining room, the duo wins strength by receiving the dynamism of the stamping and the hype of metallic luster.
Using pastel shades in the decor can be a good alternative for those who want to create a fresh and relaxing atmosphere at home – the sweet Rose Quartz and Serenity.
Relaxing room decor thanks to the combination of pastel colors, Int2 architecture.
Note Design Studio uses pastel colors in facelift of 19th-century property.
Nilton Montarroyos uses the candy colors to achieve a romanticism that is fun and very contemporary.