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Live The Pastel Dream With RUMA
You are in for a treat with our cool tips to dress your home in a pastel theme and RUMA’s trendy, useful furniture that will make any home look stylish and contemporary. So get yourself ready as we bring you on a tour into the world of pastel colours!
1. Living Room
The living room is the first area of your home that you would step into. Hence, it is important that it looks aesthetically pleasing and gives you a sense of comfort. To keep it simple and sophisticated, go with a neutral pastel coloured sofa and add geometry and colours to the surroundings.
For those who would like a bolder and more adventurous look, you can go for a coloured sofa instead of a neutral sofa. However, choose colours such as pastel pink and blue which can blend in better with other colours instead of creating a stark contrast.
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For the dining area, you can let your creative juices flow by playing with subtle pastel colours. As the dining area is where you would have people over for meals, it is necessary to create a natural and vibrant ambience for a pleasant dining experience. Using light hues of blue, pink and yellow can help to keep the dining area neat, classy and bright. Try to keep to three different colours at the most with varying tones to prevent an overwhelming look.
To add a pinch of surprise, use patterns for one or two items surrounding the area. Cushions will be a good choice for such designs and they definitely create a positive impression of the place. It is eye-catching too! In terms of the colours for the patterns, stick to complementary or neutral pastel colours to keep it simple yet bold.
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The bedroom is everyone’s well-loved place because that is where you come to rest after a long day. It is thus important to keep the room soothing and relaxing. This atmosphere can be created by using white, grey and light brown tones which are neutral pastel colours and pleasing to the eye. To add a touch of light-heartedness, you can use minimalistic patterns or drawings on your pillows and decorate your ceiling with soft paintings.