The pastel trend has been around for a while now and it doesn’t look like it’s heading off anytime soon. Instead we’re seeing the introduction of more mature tones. There is something about this time of year especially that invites the fresh, subdued, spring shades.
From peachy pinks to peppermint blues, this soft colour combination is everywhere. Once difficult to avoid looking frilly and feminine, block colours and contemporary textures are fuelling the trend right into 2017.
Below, I have shared some of my favourite pastel palette interior spaces. A not-so-short shortlist as it turns out…
J&M Davidson, Universal Design Studio | Photo courtesy of Universal Design Studio
Edouard Fournier, GCG Architects | Photo of GCG Architects
Jord, Nichetto Studio | Photo courtesy of Yellowtrace
Nanan Wroclaw Patisserie, Buck Studio | Photo courtesy of Buck Studio
Yvonne Kone, Oliver Gustav | Photo courtesy of Architecture Decor
No. 197 Chiswick Fire Station, Box9 | Photo Courtesy of Mariell Lind Hansen
Pampa | Photo courtesy of Pampa
Office P, Emil Dervish | Photo courtesy of Emil Dervish
The Pelican Studio, Framework Studio | Photo courtesy of Retail Design Blog
Seibu Shibuya, Nendo | Photo courtesy of Nendo
Plywood House, Simon Astridge | Photo courtesy of Simon Astridge
We are Triibe | Photo courtesy of Terence Chin My Domaine
Yvonne Kone, Oliver Gustav | Photo courtesy of Yvonne Kone