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Kitchen Inspo | Pretty Pastels


I hope you all had a lovely Easter. I made a concerted effort to have a technology-free break, and while it felt great to catch up on my magazines and actually read several chapters of a book, I did sneak in a little bit of Pinterest time. That's where I came across this delightful pastel-themed kitchen. Featured on the Danish blog Boligcious, the space is both fresh and inviting. 

Kitchen furniture and accessories in rose, grey and mint look lovely alongside the blue cabinetry which is from Danish company TVIS. Versatile cube shelving provides a great place to display the owners lovely collection of ceramics, while the bench top features touches of marble and copper. 

Inspired by the colour palette and lovely mix of furniture, lighting and homewares, I've put together some products to help you create a similar look. 

01. Muuto Stacked Shelf Module in Ash/Grey
02. Muuto Stacked Shelf Module in Ash/Rose
03. Muuto E27 Lamp in Light Green
04. Harlequin Wallpaper by Ferm Living
05. Marble Tray by Hay
06. Blue Teacup & Saucer by Royal Doulton
07. Night & Day Fluted Jug by Wedgwood
08. Stelton Vacuum Jug in Copper
09. Jonathan Adler Mullet Vase 
10. Bulky Milk Jug in grey by Jonas Wagell for Muuto
11. Nerd High Barstool in Rose by David Geckeler for Muuto
12. Nerd Chair in grey by David Geckeler for Muuto
13. Blue Casserole by Royal Doulton
14. Tea Towel by Mae Engelgeer

The school holidays continue this week and next, so I'll be doing the work/play juggle. I'm aiming to post regularly, but please forgive me if I miss a day!

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  1. Hi Michelle! Glad to see that you had a great Easter. Bravo for reading a few chapters of a book, it's the best feeling isn't it? Hope you're enjoying the time with the kids, it's crazy with them at home and virtually impossible to get anything done. This kitchen is divine and the panelling actually reminds me a like a modern take of the 60's kitchens a little. I love all the small details.. xx M

  2. Simple, elegant, comfortable, modern and inspiring! And abrest with the latest tred for pastels. At the same time it reminds me of the cozy interiors of my childhood :)



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