Pastel colors can be an excellent accent to a calm neutral interior. But in this lovely ground floor apartment in Netherlands, pastel shades are not just an addition, here they became the key decorative element that forms the look of the home. The pale light green walls in the living room are simply gorgeous, and the flamingo picture fits here ideally. Such a joyful modern home!
A small but cozy private terrace was the first thing that caught the eyes of the future owners Martha and her daughter Ines and what made them fall in love with this apartment. The home could not offer a big space, but the terrace and the opportunity to swim in the sun’s rays were simply subdued. With the help of classical furniture, vintage details, and a delicate pastel palette, this flat became a lovely girls’ dwelling.
Kids rooms by Zara Home are always beautiful, tender and stylish. Despite the standard division ‘pink for girls, blue for boys’, pastel tones in the new kids collection for 2017 are fresh and cool, and their combination with various original prints make these interiors so soft and sweet. As always, great job by Spanish designers!
Seems like everyone who comes to this spacious Long Island country residence for the first time can easily get lost for few days in all of this various rooms and corridors. It should be said, this is not a separate home, but a compound of several interconnected buildings for three generations of one large family. Studio S.R. Gambrel used a delightful color scheme of interesting light pastel shades which are close to natural colors. At the same time, there are enough bright splashes of saturated colors in decor here. Such a stunning estate!
In the recent years, soft pastel tones are very popular in modern interior design but it all began, of course, with children’s rooms. Such soft and gentle colors look perfect especially in kids spaces. French brand Maisons du Monde for 2017 released its new catalog for the little ones and it has a lot of charming and inspiring interiors. We are happy to share them with you!
Designers and decorators know all the latest trends in the world of interiors, so their homes are usually full with stylish details and fashionable tricks. Swedish decorator Mimmi Johansson has just finished her own apartment and it’s a perfect example of such. The apartment is small in size, only 46 square meters, but Mimmi did everything to feel great in it. We love almost everything here: pastel palette, velvet furniture, black kitchen, layout. Trendy Scandinavian design!
In the past, the city of Honfleur and its surroundings were the favorite inspiration place for French artists, but now this is a quiet getaway on the banks of the Seine for everyone who seeks exquisite and relaxing holiday. Hotel La Ferme Saint Simeon sits in one the most beautiful historical buildings of the region and offers cozy accommodation, exquisite cuisine, and the best views over the river. People come here to relax and everything contributes to this: rustic but absolutely romantic interiors, lovely shady gardens, spa treatment, swimming pool, and restaurant. What an inspiring place!
We know Katerina Lashmanova as a master of soft classical interiors with modern touches, but her last project surprised us. The apartment turned out to be incredibly fashionable and exquisite, it reveals the latest trends from the world of interior design – quite unexpectedly as for the classical style lover. Thoughts of Paris, London or Madrid come to mind, but no – these apartments are located in Moscow and were designed for a young family. Bravo!
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