Sugary sweet, why not try lightening up the home with some pastel tones? You may remember Pantone’s colours of the year, Rose Quartz and Serenity, well pink and blue are two perfectly good colours for introducing the trend into your home…

Images courtesy of – Top left: Marks & Spencer, Top right: The Shutter Store, Main image: Homes & Gardens 

However, why not be a little bolder with pastels and use “fruitier” tones? Clash your colours for an exciting and playful scheme. Contemporary geometrics are a great way to be a little bit more experimental or why not update period features to bring them on trend.

Image source – Top left: Dulux, Top right: Resene, Main image: Catchpole & Rye 

Go bold, or go home, that’s what we say. If painting’s not your thing, then here’s a few of our top picks to get the look without reaching for a paint brush…

1. Amara 2. Heal’s 3. Oliver Bonas 4. A Splash of Colour 5. Graham & Green 6. Bisque  

Here’s to pastel power,
David & Mark

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One thought on “Fruit Pastels for the Home

  1. Whoop – TSS.

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