One more color in the Top-10 colors for year 2017 announced by Pantone is Pale Dogwood. How to use it interior design of different rooms and what to combine it with? You will find this out from today’s post.
Pale dogwood is a tender color, the epitome of serenity and composure. This hue will bring the sense of airiness, lightness and romance to any interior style. It looks equally integral in both residential and non-residential spaces.
Powder shade of pale dogwood makes a perfect couple with one more color from Top-10 Colors 2017 — Island Paradise. Their combination is very fresh and stylish. And if some white is added, the interior will look very airy and “breathing”. But such a mixture is not universal – the best rooms for its application are bedrooms and toddler rooms.
Pale Dogwood in Living Rooms
Pale Dogwood in Bedrooms
Bedroom is one of the areas where pale dogwood is most welcome, especially if delicate and romantic atmosphere is what you’re looking for. Here you have far more options for color experiments, than in the living room. In the bedroom you may paint all the walls this color and select creamy or pearl-gray color. Add a few bronze or golden elements – and your bedroom will start looking warm and cozy.
Another interesting option is to use gray as the dominating color – light shades for the walls and darker hues for the furnishing. And pale dogwood will be an accenting color represented in several elements. For example, in a soft textile headboard and some small accessories.
Pale Dogwood in Toddler Rooms
As a background (the wall color) used can be white, and Pale dogwood can supplement it in furnishing: a bed, an arm-chair or a desk. And as a color accent you may use small turquoise details. The only thing that matters is that all 3 colors must “whitewashed” – pastel and pale. Then the room would look soft and cozy.
Pale Dogwood in Kitchens
Even kitchens and dining rooms can feature pale dogwood. In this case the most important thing is to remember the sense of moderation – too much pale dogwood can make these rooms too soft, and that’s not what we expect from this zones. That’s why the safest choice is to use small details of this color. It perfectly matches light wood and dark-gray stone surfaces. For instance, a stylish option would look as follows: a gray kitchen set, rough stone worktops and pale dogwood backsplash with bronze elements. And in the dining room pale dogwood lamps or a few chairs would be enough.
Pale Dogwood in Details
If full-fledged renovation is out of your plans for the near future, pale dogwood color can help you refresh the interior a little bit. Add pale dogwood blinds, or pillows, a blanket or a carpet, and your room will start looking warmer and cozier.