A Luxurious Home Interior with Pretty, Muted Pastel Colors

While we may often think of pastel colors as appropriate for nurseries or children’s rooms, the truth is they can take on a much more mature feel in the hands of the right team. In this home, from the visualizers at VizLine Studio, pastels are no longer the territory of little girls. Instead, this high-end space takes muted pinks, blues, and lavenders into a luxurious realm, combining the colors with the rich, smooth texture of marble, the retro-chic appeal of lightly colored bare wood, and the modern shapes of lighting pendants. The resulting home is decadent and grown up, but with the soothing tones of spring.

In the main living area, the color palette is warm and muted, creating a focal point in the center of the room with a unique coffee table and modern fireplace.

Framing the coffee table is a beautiful, tufted powder blue sofa. The color is pretty and a bit playful but does not shy away from the luxurious shape of the furniture.

Between the sofa and the side chairs, a simple end table adds the perfect touch for entertaining or relaxing — a spot for just a cocktail or two.

While the pastel blue provides a focus for this open living area, one of the nice things about pastels is that you do not have to settle on just one to use them effectively in a design.

Because baby blues, light pinks, and even the more neutral color on the walls in this space are often found together in nature — from sunsets to flower beds — it is possible for them all to work together in harmony. The same isn’t always true for deeper jewel tones or brighter hues.

The dining room in this home is nestled among a few sweeping windows, providing lots of natural illumination during the day. At night, dining room pendant lights have plenty to shine on.

Moving out of the main dining area and into less formal seating place, we find the colors to get a bit darker. The furniture and unique cabinetry all trend towards the darker side, but lighter accessories like a teapot and
mugs keep levity in play.

The kitchen brings back in the blue tones with the countertop and backsplash. The Mention the unique kitchen pendant lights that dangle over the bar are Secto pendants while the kitchen counter stools are a simple, unobtrusive design.

Despite somewhat limited counter space in the blue gray kitchen, there is a nice nook where things like cutting boards and a fruit bowl can be easily accessed.

What the kitchen lacks in countertops, it makes up for in cabinets, again in the cool blue gray tone.

That same tone is carried into a smaller living space, with heavy curtains, deeply colored walls, and unique floor lamps flanking a window-side desk.

The stylish desk chair pulls in the same pattern as the window valence, for a really put together look.

As we move through the home, we are treated to more light colors that move towards the pastel area. In one stunning space, a decorative vase draws attention to itself as well as the unique light fixture that hangs overhead.

Even the flooring is arranged to draw attention to the center of this room.

Moving into the private spaces of the home, we stay largely in the same color family but each room has its own distinct personality. Here, bedroom pendants along with a creative mural give an earthy, natural feeling.

The light blue in the bedding and area rug takes on a brightness against the other neutral colors that are in use.

A small workspace is just enough for this bedroom, with a recessed area plunked between two bookshelves and a comfy desk chair to use.

In lieu of a window seat, a comfortable chaise reading chair will certainly do.

The vertical wood slats add another nature-inspired element to this room, mimicking the vertical life of a copse of trees.

The luxurious marble bathroom features soap dispensers, double sinks, and lovely lighting.

A deep tub and endless towels are any bath-lovers dream come true.

The cut wood motif from the breakfast area cabinetry is carried through this bathroom in the doors. The unique faucet with its graceful curved neck is reminiscent of a swan.

The use of wall hooks next to the bath is perfect for slipping into a robe after a nice long soak.

Even the toilet paper holder has a certain air of sophistication in this blue bath.

Of course, what luxury home would be complete without a fully organized walk-in closet.

The grated doors allow for a more streamlined look without compromising convenience.

Moving into a lovely lilac room, we again see the influence of nature in the pretty painted wall.

A suspended woven chair has a retro feel without going too far into “vintage.”

A larger workspace and terrariums tucked into hanging planters would make this an ideal study space for a teenager.

And a table lamp is a stylish necessity for those late night cram sessions.

The retro inspiration also extends to this low shelving unit, which certainly whispers “1970s.”

And a dressing stool covered in faux fur would fit right in, too.

In another bedroom, wall sconces make a natural addition to many designs that include 4 poster beds.

The pastel and teal combination in this space almost take us into the net decade, with just a hint of Miami Vice-style coloring.

Double lamps are great design solution when you don’t want a single lamp blocking a piece of art in the center.

The closet in this bedroom is a bit darker, but glass doors serve a similar purpose to the grated ones we saw earlier.

Highly organized and tucked away, but still on display.

The pink bathroom again features enviable amounts of marble as well as baskets and a spacious countertop.

A marble tub and flamingo wallpaper finish out this tour with a pretty, pink pop.

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