Soft, soothing and subtle – the perfect pastels
“The Pastels Inspired by Pantone Collection is a soothing, chalky palette of pastel tones from the PANTONE fashion, home and interiors colour system, including the PANTONE® Colours of the Year Rose Quartz and Serenity. The colours have become fashion favourites for 2016 with many top fashion designers including Emilio Pucci and Richard James incorporating this harmonious colour pairing into their recent collections.” – Valspar
DiY Blonde’s favourites……
Clearly Aqua – This vibrant tone will liven up a scheme, giving the sense of Summer all year round. Finish with pastel pink and lilac accessories.
Crystal Grey – This chalky tone will create a sense of calm throughout your home. Finish off the look with warm woods and luxurious faux fur textiles.
Dawn Blue – Create a beautiful botanical environment for your home by choosing Dawn Blue for a feature wall. Finish off the look with dark woods, rustic furniture and green lush foliage.
Green Tint – This juicy tone is a great way of warming up a scheme, without overpowering it. Add bold colourful prints and white painted furniture for a lively setting.
Petal Pink – This pretty pink tone will give your scheme a feminine touch. Add vintage floral patterns, delicate accessories and French-inspired furniture to finish off the look.
Rose Dust- This dusty pink is the perfect choice for a shabby-chic and vintage scheme. Pair Rose Dust with distressed accessories and exposed wooden floorboards.
Rose Quartz – Choose this candy-inspired colour for a child’s bedroom. Create a striped effect across a feature wall, pairing this tone with a white tone. Using strong masking tape create the straight lines, then fill in with each paint, alternating the colours.
Serenity – Give your home a touch of Greek-chic by choosing this tone and crisp whites. Paint your window/door frames and window shutters with Serenity, then add a white wash to floorboards and white linens.
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