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A house is where they do not pursue modern trends but follow their feelings and ideas about coziness, harmony, and comfort. Do not forget about the convenience and practicality of the interior.

It’s only natural for the first flowers to bloom and color to return to our lives after a long, dark winter. Colour has a significant impact on our daily lives. Pastel decorating can add a fresh, elegant, and calming feel to an interior design scheme. However, when the word “colour” is mentioned, it can cause people to panic. 

Many people are afraid to plunge and bring color into their homes. So why not ease yourself in by decorating with pastels. Here, we will look at the best places in your home to place pastels to create bright and beautiful living spaces.

Accessories

If you want to add some color to your home this season but aren’t sure where to begin, try incorporating pastels to make your home appear brighter. From cushions or throws to plant pots and lampshades, a touch of pastel can work its way into your home this Spring! 

These accessories will compliment plain white walls and leave your space looking less clinical and more homely. 

Kitchen

Using pastel tiles in a kitchen to brighten the space and then accessorizing with kitchen utensils such as pots, pans, mugs, and plates is a great way to brighten the room. 

Using pastel palettes in your kitchen will increase the natural light in your kitchen. Pinks and mints work well in kitchens because they create a light and airy aesthetic. Plants can be added as a finishing touch to create an outdoor feel.

Blinds

For a unique look in your living room or bedroom, you could opt for pastel-colored blinds and shutters available in various shades. This will create a unique look while also blocking out the right amount of sunlight. 

Furniture

Focusing on an impressive piece of pastel furniture is the best way to add some bounce to an all-white interior. What about a pink sofa? If you love a chic and modern aesthetic, this type of furniture would be ideal for your living room. For added drama, choose cushions with the same fabric as the sofa.

Walls

Pastel colors have a beautifully modern feel but don’t be afraid to use them if you have a more classic look or older home. They are extremely versatile and will blend in with any interior design. 

However, there are some things to think about: first, look at your furniture. Unless you intend to replace all your sofas, chairs, and beds, the first thing you should do is determine what color will complement these. Perhaps pastel pink is your perfect color, but it may not be the best choice unless you have white or cream furniture to balance it out.

Bedroom

There are some truly wonderful bedding products available that are ideal for incorporating pastel palettes into your bedroom, which will breathe new life into a tired-looking room. 

Pinks and mints are excellent choices for the bedroom. If you are not ready to replace your entire duvet set, start small: changing your pillowcases to a new pastel color or pattern can still change the feel of a room. Whether for your bed or sofa, a pastel pillowcase is a quick and easy way to incorporate this fantastic color scheme.

Wallpaper

If you don’t want to paint your walls a new pastel color, another option is to use wallpaper. Wallpaper is a great option for feature walls and will look great alongside plain white walls.

When it comes to wallpaper, you truly have a plethora of options. Don’t be afraid to be daring with your design options; a geometric pattern looks fantastic in pastel. If you prefer a minimalist style, you should opt for simple color blocks. 

Tiles

Pastel tiles are currently a popular option for bathrooms! On average, installing new bathroom tiles will cost £150 – £2,050. The total cost of tiling your bathroom will be affected by several factors. The first consideration is the area to be tiled. The most expensive option is to tile the entire room, including the floors and walls. The simplest and cheapest option is to tile above the sink. 

The material from which the tiles are made is the next factor to consider. There is a significant price difference between vinyl tiles and natural stone tiles. The size and shape of the room will considerably impact the cost of both materials and labor.

If you have old tiles that need to be removed, you can do it yourself or hire a tiler to do it for you. If you hire a tiler to do the work, you must pay them for their time and the disposal of the old tiles. They usually charge by the amount of time it takes rather than the amount of tile. You can expect to be paid approximately £30 per hour of work.

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