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Pastels Look Great on Walls
This bedroom designed and constructed by Cardea Building Co. is a wonderful example of pastel colors in a modern and sophisticated room. The pastel green wall color along with bright splashes of red and gold create a well-balanced design. The furniture is unique as well, especially the metallic ottoman or settee in the corner.Continue to 2 of 8 below.
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Pastels Make Small Rooms Look SpaciousContinue to 3 of 8 below.
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Baby Blue is ManlyContinue to 4 of 8 below.
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Use Two but No More Than Three Pastels Together
This little sitting area designed by Design House is a wonderful use of pastel blue, violet, and soft turquoise while keeping the room from looking too much like a box of sidewalk chalk. The white trim, books, and other accessories help maintain balance in this color palette idea.Continue to 5 of 8 below.
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Use Pastels as an AccentContinue to 6 of 8 below.
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Use Pastels Versus White
This bedroom's wall color paint is white, which produces a wonderful backdrop for the contemporary furniture selected for this room. Another option to white is to use a pastel color to offset black or dark wood finishes. The pink bedding, pillows, and chair in this bedroom are vibrant next to the black wardrobe, dresser, and side table, while the regal black & white rug adds a fun twist.Continue to 7 of 8 below.
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Pastels Are Perfect for Cottage Style Bedrooms
This contemporary design incorporates muted blues and greens creating a quaint and cozy bedroom. The wainscot gives the room character, while the white trim, bedding, side tables, lamps, and chair pull the colors together creating harmony and peace.