I've had interior design ideas on the mind recently. My parents are currently placing the final touches on a renovation of their kitchen that's taken place over the past several (thousand) months. It's stark white with sharp edges, minimum glitz and a modern overall feel. I often like to think about what I would have done with a (hypothetical) second kitchen to restyle. It gives you the opportunity to show off yet another side of the personality Rubix cube. What I'm trying to say is--I like a lot of different styles and sometimes I just can't choose!
Pastels are coming in hot for 2016 and I looovvveee it. I would usually associate pastels with old-fashioned granny table cloths but I have seen the light and been inspired (by Pinterest, but still, inspired).
Pastels pair unusually well with mixed metals and rose hues of copper, geometric shapes, and feminine touches.
I also never thought that pastels could pair so well with vintage pieces and look so modern at the same time. The key is to incorporate modern art and knicknacks dispersed through the room. The picture above has such a cozy, warm feel. It's kinda hipster-ish but I dig it.
Bright pops of fun color spunk up a bedroom while the pastels keep it feeling like a calm oasis. Adding lots of textures will create different points of interesting contrast--making sure no part of the room goes unnoticed.
I'm still imagining up all sorts of interior options for my non-existant house of a thousand kitchens. I'm planning great things guys. ;)
Are you into pastels at the moment?