Published at Saturday, January 20th, 2018 - 12:09:48 PM. . By Abella Martin.
The pastel revolution has been around for a while and if you wish to try out styles like shabby chic, Scandinavian, eclectic or even just ‘contemporary with a summery touch’ then pastels are perfect for you. They work well in small bedrooms by creating a soothing and light-filled backdrop that increases visual spaces and reduces clutter. A backdrop in pastel pink, green or blue also lets your more vibrant accent additions to sine through and you get all these perks while staying away from mundane white! Today’s collection of fabulous bedrooms shows you how to use beautiful pastels in the bedroom even as you get ready for fall festivities and winter chill.
A striking accent wall, you can try out plenty of colors in the kids’ bedrooms without any of them ever seeming out of place, and 2016 is a great time to add red to this list. Despite being dubbed one of those bright and bold hues that is overpowering, red is surprisingly easy to combine with other bright and light hues. Whenever you talk of adding a dashing color, it is the accent wall that pops up first, and it is no different in the kids’ room. A cool red accent wall complements a wide variety of styles ranging from nautical and minimal to traditional and eclectic. Few accent walls are as energizing and exquisite as those in red!
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