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6 Ways to Decorate Your Bedroom with Pastels

Soft hues can make a huge impact in your personal sanctuary


The announcement of the color of the year has been one of the most anticipated events in the design and fashion industries. When Pantone officially named Rose Quartz and Serenity as the colors of the year, everyone got pretty excited—and for a good number of reasons! One, it's the first time that we're having two headlining colors and second, just imagine the different combinations that we could make—in home furnishings alone.

Given the two shades, it looks like 2016 will be the year dominated by softer shades. If you are excited to use Rose Quartz and Serenity at home, you can begin in the bedroom. Since it's the special place where you can relax and reflect after a long and tiring day, it should be a tranquil space with a soothing vibe. 

Here are six photos of pretty bedrooms showcasing pastel shades that you can use as part of your vision board:

Main photos from: Bemz and Dessins Drummond.

Use pastels as accent colors in a minimalist bedroom. Choose pillows, sheets, and blankets in light blue, soft pink, and peach.

Photo from Adairs.

For those who are in love with color, you can go all out! Pair pink walls with light pink sheets and pillow covers. Use white in accent pieces like a white chandelier, table lamp, and side table. You can also have a white tufted headboard.

Photo from Home My Design.

Shades of blue and pink work well together. In a plain bedroom, you can work with soft blue curtains and printed throws.

Photo from Nest Studio.

A visit to Heima is in order to achieve a charming space like this! Take note of pieces in pink, blue, or salmon. Complete the vibe of your room by having colorful pillows, white sheets, and glittery wall accents.

Photo from 320 Sycamore.

With a room like this, I wouldn't want to leave! The light pink walls blends well with the soft shades present on the bed. Touches of white adds balance to the sweet setup.

Photo from Bemz.

These charming shades can also look good when paired with a few touches of nature! Pair light blue walls with sage green soft furnishings for a relaxing vibe in your bedroom.

Photo from Dessins Drummond.

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