Pastel-Collection in the Trendmix Palette

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The use of pastel colors in interior design goes back to the 50s and 60s. Since then, people have been playing with combinations and tones in the interior and have made pastel colors a timeless furnishing theme.

pastel colours make a room look soft and fresh. Soft furniture and cushions made of velvet or velour create a harmonious and calming atmosphere. The powder shades can be combined well with wood, especially with the light varieties such as maple, white oak, bamboo. But also contrasting woods such as mahogany or cherry look good with berry and cool colors.

With pastel shades in various textures and surfaces you can create an interesting plastic effect where the creamy shades come out wonderfully.

Live with pastel colors

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Pastel colours can be very refreshing and have a wonderful effect even in a modern environment. Cool lavender, icy mint, mauve and matt lime green combined with gold or copper decorations add an exciting touch to cool interiors.

fresh pastel colours are particularly suitable for the kitchen. Here, for example, you can experiment with contemporary kitchen appliances in retro style and add drawings of food as murals. Or you can colour a wall in the bedroom in old rose or apricot and hang up pictures in grey. Accessories in the dining room in buttery yellow or the matt sage whet your appetite. And in the children's room you can let off steam with ice cream colours. Taupe, gloomy old pink, roasted blue or warm lilac make your living room an atmospheric place to decorate. They have a lovely effect and lend a gentle simplicity.

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A wide range of muted, neutral, subtle and calm nuances in muted and fresh versions, makes the pastel colours a unique addition to any interior. The so-called ColourBlocking (the combination of delimited, high-contrast colour fields) and Ombre Paint (colour gradient method from light to dark) are popular with interior designers. In doing so, they use various harmonising and at the same time contrasting pastel colours. These are complemented by two-dimensional wall paintings that pick up on the wall colour and give your room that certain something.

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