Beautiful Provencal Wire Fronted Demi Armoire from The French Bedroom Company
Spring has just arrived so what better way to get rid of dark winter decor and brighten up your home with cheery pastel hues!
Pastel colours work well in any room of your home and my favourite looks are those that incorporate the candy coloured tones: blush pink, sky blue, mint and pale yellow. These colours are calm and soothing and the pale, cool shades soften the look of a room, blending well together, so there's no danger of colour clashing!
But if you're worried about incorporating too much colour to your home and looking for tips here’s my guide to getting the right mix of spring pastels taking inspiration from the French Bedroom Company new Spring collection.
Bring a feminine feel to your home adding pastel pink shades. Use this colour to create a vintage look, choosing white as a base, these soft pale hues automatically brighten up your home, like this herringbone cream and pink heather throw. It's a simple way to add a touch of cosy French chic to your bedroom, ideal as a bed throw or over a bedroom chair.
Herringbone Pink and Cream Heather Throw from The French Bedroom Company
If pastel pinks are too feminine then opt for cooler blues instead. Pastels don’t have to be sweet and charming, try decorating with blue and grey shades instead if you're going for a more elegant look like this soft aqua velvet cushion. It would look great scattered amongst other cushions.
This velvet cushion handmade in India, from 100% cotton, is sky blue on one side and pale grey on the reserve side
For a classic vintage look, sky blue works well as it encapsulates the old English countryside style perfectly. Another timeless look is natural wood furniture painted with blue tones. This soft colour on wood furniture looks both bold and beautiful like this duck egg blue sugar shelves.
Light blue furniture like these blue shelves from the French Bedroom Company work well to create a cottage style look
Pastels work well with bolder colours too. Even the most subdued of shades can look dramatic when combined with bold colours like greys and metallic. Metallic is another big trend for Spring, so why not be brave and pair pink with metallic for an opulent look? The reflective surfaces bounce around the warm tones creating a cosy but elegant environment like the pale pink velvet cushion (below). Scatter amongst other cushions and layer with muted tones and varying texture. Try mixing other pastel colours and metallics like mint and gold both colours work well together too.
I've given my metallic cushions an update and added the velvet pink cushion for a new Spring look
For more home decor and bedroom styling ideas using classic French furniture visit The French Bedroom Company website and my Pinterest board here.
*Disclaimer: The product featured were gifted to me for review however all words and opinions are my own*