It’s no surprise that soft pastel shades have moved from nursery territory to grown-up spaces at home lately. Pretty and delicate, soft ice cream tones inject colour into a space without overpowering it, leaving rooms feeling calm, light and serene. A quick scroll through Pinterest or Instagram will confirm that this candy-sweet spectrum has made its mark in interior design all right, but there are certain pitfalls with this palette too. To avoid a space that looks like the inside of a Polly Pocket, it’s essential to team pastels with clean lines, minimalist shapes and geometric graphics. Materials must be considered too: concrete, marble, metallics and timber will side step a saccharine look, whereas anything too frilly, lacey or fussy will result in your home looking like a frump. And then there’s the golden rule, which in fact, pretty much applies to every situation in life: NO BUNTING. Or your room really will end up looking like a never-ending baby shower. Click through for eight ways to get it right.
Villanelle's Parisian Apartment In Killing Eve Is T...
There are lots of enviable things in everyone's new favourite TV show Killing Eve. Sandra Oh's hair, for starters, Jodie Comer in that Molly Goddard