This trend is really finding its feet in 2015, and you can see why. Muted pastels make a soft and chic addition to the styling of your home, creating an understated elegance that you’ll love to come home to.
Trends like gaudy neons and eye-popping palettes are slowly making their way out, and instead we’re seeing the return of understated and softer hues in the design world.
Muted pastels are a great option if you want a romantic feel without an ultra-feminine look. Think masculine colours in softer shades such as dove grey, and soft teals and plums rather than baby pink pastels.
When paired with a classic, neutral colour palette and rawer textures such as exposed brick, linen and wood, muted pastels look contemporary and effortless.
If you want the trend without the commitment, try incorporating smaller accent pieces such as vases, cushions, bed linen or artwork in the hue, so as to not break the bank.
So if you’re loving muted pastels as much as we are, have fun and be creative with your interpretation of the trend!