With Easter right around the corner, who can resist bringing pastel colors and spring infused decor into their home? The playful colors of spring and Easter are officially here, but with a twist: they are paired with bright fuchsia, powerful black and coupled with lighter muted shades of blues, pinks, and greens! What a wonderful time to bring cheer into your abode with these color ideas for your interiors.
- Pastels can be paired with bold color: The beauty of spring colors is that they remind us of fresh blooming flowers and the Earth awakening from a long cold winter. Pastel colors in sky blue, sage green, and poppy pink are beautiful on their own and even more conducive to all-year interiors when complimented with rich browns, blacks and grays. Whether you live for the softer side of pastel colors in your interiors or you prefer to mix it up a bit, try combining pastels in your bedroom, living spaces, and bathroom for unexpected spring color combinations.
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- Add spring color in movable decor: For many homes, the thought of changing an entire wall color and bringing in a pastel colored couch is too drastic for their design style. Instead, think of movable decor to bring in pops of scenery and the ability to change with the seasons. Wall art, murals, decorative vases, lamps and collectibles are perfect for the undecided or spontaneous homeowner. Wall art is one of the easiest ways to change out the feeling of a space. This spring, infuse pastel colors, springtime florals and abstract prints. Once the weather starts turning cooler, swap it out for rustic browns and reds.
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Your Easter springtime home doesn’t have to look like a candy shop to bring in Easter color and springtime freshness. If you prefer the look year round, how about using floral wallpaper and coordinate bedding, furnishings and window treatments with the wallpaper? Spring happens only once a year, but it’s up to you whether you’d like to infuse it into your home for the season or all year around!
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