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INTERIOR DESIGN IDEAS IN PASTEL

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Color is the catalyst that can trigger the sale, defines the space, creates magic and improves mood. Color trends in interior design are discussed and analyzed as specialists such as in music or fashion design .

Pantone LLC (the world-renowned authority on color and provider of color systems and leading technology for the selection and a ccurate communication of color across a variety of industries. The PANTONE® name is known worldwide as the standard language for color communication from designer to manufacturer to retailer to customer) provides an annual color forecast for each area related to design, providing inspiration and assistance to any consumer undecided on the choice of tones suitable for clothes, cosmetics, furniture and interior design.

Sorbet colors are now mixed with intense black, white, metallic colors and lots of wood. Shades such as lilac, mint green, brown or sandy recommended even by the chromotherapists create a relaxing and welcoming atmosphere, especially when adjacent to softwood floors such as oak, bamboo, maple, beech and ash. You can combine graphical models wallpaper, diaphanous curtains and carpets of gray wool with furniture in diluted shades.

A mistaken belief about pastels is that they’re solely “feminine” colors. Because of the girly connotation, men are often afraid of them. Despite all prejudices, pale grays and blue-grays, which can be considered pastels, are very masculine.

A house dressed in pastel clothes will always be an infinite source of fun, calm and inner peace.

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