keep on styling: “pastel colours” home trends

welcome in the spring and decorate your home in trendy pastel tones. the rumour persists that pastel colours are for girls. but these ice cream colours offer so much more!

Fresh pastel colours ensure a good mood and ring summer in. An entire wall in aqua mint or pink is particularly striking, but individual home accessories in pastel tones can also achieve a great effect.

We recommend setting trendy colour accents up with cushions, blankets, small stacking baskets and decorative containers.

The pastel set-up is especially effective in combination with pure white or muted grey and taupe shades! The great thing is that everyone can combine pastel tones according to their own taste and make them centre stage or not as appropriate. We here suggest a couple of great furnishing ideas for those who are unsure, or who currently do not want to purchase expensive furniture but who nevertheless want to bring spring-fresh pastel colours into their living room.

working at the desk is much more fun with these fresh tones!

The practical mirko small stacking baskets conjure up smudges of pastel colours in your home office. They are available in 4 different colours.

how powerful or pastel-like should the colour be?

Basically, whatever you like is allowed. The range of pastel tones goes from delicate powder shades to crisp sorbet colours.
What is practical about pastel tones is that they can be beautifully combined with other colours and then, once you stick to one colour family, you can also, for example, mix a light blue with a powerful turquoise wonderfully. Pastel tones also go well with light wood tones.

The lotta small stacking baskets in aqua blue provide fresh colours in the kitchen and in all other rooms. The plastic boxes are available in many sizes. They are multifunctional.

how about a new kitchen look?

The brand-new kitchen utensils from the keeeper kitchen kollektion in pastel aquamarine, which will be available in summer, also add new, fresh color accents in the kitchen.

keep on decorating!