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Pretty Pastels + Affordable Styling Tips


I have some beautiful styling inspiration today courtesy of Dutch magazine vtwonen. Not available to buy in NZ, this came via their website which is definitely worth bookmarking. The styling centres around a vintage-industrial look softened with pretty pastel colours like powder pink and lots of soft green hues, teamed with white and grey. There are many gorgeous pieces of furniture and homewares, as well as affordable styling tips to help you bring these ideas to life. I've picked out a few to share with you.  

You know how much I love shelving units, and this affordable white cabinet works so well against the soft pink wall. The spacious shelves are perfect for displaying a mix of homewares in various shapes and sizes, in complimentary pastels and pale wood. There are so many lovely things here, like that mint watering pot. Gorgeous!

A great way of creating a mixed gallery wall, the beautiful artworks by Hannah Lemholt, from Couleur Locale come with budget friendly-clips for hanging, so you can save money by not having to frame them. The simple bench seat provides a low-level space for adding more artworks in different sizes, either leaned up against the wall or attached to the wall above. Small objects and books add to the relaxed, homely feel. 

With my growing collection of indoor plants, I sometimes think I could do with a designated space just to care for them all! The vintage cabinet is placed near a window to give plants on top a good dose of sunlight, and the trestle table would provide a great little work area for watering.

A panel behind the beautiful Muuto Rest Sofa covered in marble wallpaper creates an amazing feature wall. The accessories and the side tables are all budget items, not that you'd guess! I like the way the little vintage table below the window has also been given a coat of marble wallpaper for a new lease of life. 

The bed here features a clever custom-made base that serves as a bedside table. A mix of affordable and designer linen, throws and graphic cushions help to create a luxurious layering of textures. 

Thanks to Elv's for bringing this article to my attention. To see it in full, including a comprehensive list of product details take a look here

Source: vtwonen March 2015 | Photography Jeroen van der Spek | Styling Cleo Scheulderman

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