A Pretty Pastel Bathroom
There is no doubt – pastels are pretty but often get a bad rap in interiors This group of soft hues don’t have to be childish or outdated when combined with the right complimentary colors and modern elements. In this bathroom, classic off-white subway tile is surrounded by the barely-blush walls painted in Kingdoms Keys | 0180. This color is stopped from going too peach by
undertones of brown and grey that make this color more complex and contemporary than a typical pastel hue.
Painted a soft and sophisticated gray/blue - London Road | 0527- this bathroom door kicks off a subtle complimentary color combination that is reinforced in the hex floor tile below.
Cabinetry is kept neutral, painted in the warm gray Cloudy Today | 0568. This introduces a gentle complexity into palette and bridges the gap between blue and blush.
Black elements present in fixture and hardware adds a touch of contrast to the otherwise soft space.
Original artwork devoid of color highlights the use of pastel hues. The walls painted in Kingdom’s Keys | 0180 and door in London Road | 0527 stand out as two intentional hues destined be side by side.