Mint green, millennial pink, faded blue or soft yellow tones. Pastel colors do the wonders of the current young adult generation and its popularity is soaring on social media. Either on Pinterest or Instagram, the inspiration is endless and there are tons of suggestions on how to apply this beautiful pastel design concept into any contemporary interior, such as your dining design.
Fortuna dining table by Boca do Lobo
A candy-colored dining room in Madrid
Modern dining room by Studio Pepe
Interior designers pay extreme attention to the trends and its avid design lover’s taste. With the intention of being hand by hand with trends for the most amazing dining room decor, the result is something that never ceases to amaze the ones that truly appreciate this field.
A millennial pink dining room full of velvet upholstery
Pastel combined with a metallic luster
Pastel colors emerged in the ‘50s and ‘60s, and at first, they were combined with some darker neutral colors such as black or grey, colors that would make a striking contrast and take the focus out of the pastel detailing. Nowadays, and following the remarkable 2019 trends, this color is more of a powerful interior design statement, and in today’s dining rooms pastels are back and it seems that they are going to stay.
Often related to nursery rooms, in the hands of the right person, pastel colors can be extremely mature and bring such a chicness to any interior design.
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Outstanding apartment by Lim + Lu
An interior design project by Miriam Alía
A pastel delight by Miriam Alía
Nanan Patisserie in Wroclaw by Buck Studio
Whether it’s a furniture piece, a painted wall, a rug or a decoration gem, embrace the pastel aesthetic as a winter trend, and fully bring this lyrical touch into your dining design. Inspirations and Ideas completely believes that this soothing color range brings a complete softness into the room, where a possibility of even discarding the neutrals we are so used to is real, turning this whole experience into a more colorful one!
Emblematic project by the architect Tiago Patricio Rodrigues
A soft mint ambiance