Wallpaper in pastel shades
Pastel-colored wallpapers bring light into life Sky blue, mint green or delicate pink - with their powdery nuances, pastel-colored wallpapers give living rooms and bedrooms a harmonious and fresh atmosphere. They appear bright, friendly and relaxing. And they don't push to the fore. Rather, they provide a fragrant note that creates a spring-like to summer atmosphere all year round. Combined with natural tones such as beige and cream, cool pastel tones also create a cozy warmth.
With wallpapers in soft pastel shades, a new impetus comes into the home. The great advantage of the delicate nuances: they form the perfect background for more colorful accents in the form of furniture or home textiles. At the same time, they also go perfectly with furnishings in pure white or muted shades of gray. Not just for Madame: pastel wallpaper for the men's room Nowadays, pastel is no longer associated only with female or childish colors.
Rather, pastel tones are on the advance throughout the interior design. They don't stop at men's rooms either. Businessmen wear light blue shirts in their everyday work, virile athletes read the pink Gazzetta dello Sport - why shouldn't they also be surrounded by the subtle mood makers in their own four walls? Pastel shades mixed with gray create a subtle setting. Geometric patterns such as checks, stripes or rhombuses ensure masculine rigor. And in combination with covered woods, stone floors and furniture, you can quickly create a balance between light and dark color worlds.
Pastel through the centuries - more up-to-date than ever before Rococo celebrated a heyday of pastel tones in the 18th century. Like the pastel paintings of a Watteau, Boucher or Fragonard in painting, pastel-colored style elements also shaped fashion and interior design. The pomp of the baroque had given way to an easier, graceful living style. The decor was characterized by elegance and grace. Today, this airy sense of style is evident in charming wallpaper designs with tits, swallows or butterflies, which play their fluttering game on a light blue, gray or yellow background. Pastel tones gained new fame under the French impressionists at the end of the 19th century. For their light-flooded, vibrating images, Monet, Renoir and Degas used colors that they mixed with white to create shimmering light effects. Clouds, flowers and floating balloons take up this ease on current wallpapers. In the 20th century, it was primarily the 50s and 60s that, in addition to pointed black and white contrasts, placed particular emphasis on the airiness of pastel tones. The hard war years were over: modern Swedish kitchens were moving into the apartments of economic growth - preferably in light blue and light yellow. The pastel-colored Melitta tableware from this period is a popular collector's item today.
Graphic patterns like "Little Trees" take up the formal language of the 50s and transpose them into the present time. Pastel Wallpapers - elegant frame for shabby-chic Today it is shabby-chic that makes pastel look big. If you want to put the old and the flaked in a new, happy context, the powdery, fresh colors provide the perfect setting. Wallpaper with tile and tile motifs emphasize the endearing old-fashioned image and conjure up a romantic ambience with cleverly patched furnishing elements. If only Grandma's floor lamp is missing now - there is one on wallpaper too. Styling and space-saving. Let our motifs take their toll on you. We are sure you will find a pastel-colored wallpaper design that suits your needs. If you have any questions or need some advice, just contact us.
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