Pastels can be tough. It’s awfully easy to make your living room feel like it was designed for the Easter Bunny if you aren’t careful. But by combining pastels with sleek furniture, classic architecture, neutrals, dark colors, or a combination of any of these elements, you can totally make these pretty colors feel super chic and much less childish. Your home can be fit for an adult (not your eight year old niece) and still be saturated in light pinks and yellows or completed with pops of mint green. Check out these sophisticated pastel interiors for a little grown-up springtime (and Easter!) color inspiration.
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The gallery wall and sleek furniture make this baby blue breakfast nook feel anything but childish.
(image credit – Nina Holst via Stylizimo)
Pastel blue walls create a feeling of serenity and sophistication, perfect for any bedroom.
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The butcher block countertops and black cabinets subdue this pastel peach brick in all the right ways.
(image credit – Ikea via Wonder Forest)
A touch of mint in the bedding and lighting is just enough to liven up this neutral room.
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The classic architecture and modern furniture make the lavender chairs and baby blue walls feel über chic.
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Ornate paneling details and the vintage vibe of this clawfoot tub refine this saturated pastel bathroom.
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Patterned tile, brass pendants, and a pop of navy ground these gorgeous mint and blush cabinets.
xo – tk