Pastel Colors

Knokke dreams I, Thierry Van Vreckem

Knokke dreams I

Thierry Van Vreckem

Photography - 39.4 x 55.1 x 0.8 inch


Automne, Salah Chaoui


Salah Chaoui

Painting - 19.7 x 31.5 inch


Sans titre, Alain Boullet

Sans titre

Alain Boullet

Fine Art Drawings - 8.1 x 8.1 inch


Asamkirche White Clouds, Klaus Dietrich

Asamkirche White Clouds

Klaus Dietrich

Photography - 32.3 x 27.6 inch


Sisterhood, Sara Margolin


Sara Margolin

Painting - 33.5 x 23.6 x 0.8 inch

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Douceur de vivre a Sanary, Pierre-Jean Llado

Douceur de vivre a Sanary

Pierre-Jean Llado

Painting - 15 x 18.1 x 0.8 inch


Pastel Dreams 3 - Pink Abstract (Abstrait Rose), Gina Vor

Pastel Dreams 3 - Pink Abstract (Abstrait Rose)

Gina Vor

Painting - 31.5 x 23.6 x 0.4 inch


Abstraction in blue, Ellis Ostrowska

Abstraction in blue

Ellis Ostrowska

Painting - 29.1 x 25.6 inch


Untitled, Antonio Calderara


Antonio Calderara

Print - 19.5 x 19.5 x 0.1 inch


Réverbère, Lionel le Jeune


Lionel le Jeune

Photography - 31.8 x 19.7 x 0.2 inch


Varangeville - Côte normande, Patrick Marie

Varangeville - Côte normande

Patrick Marie

Print - 19.3 x 27.6 x 0 inch


Habitat, Lionel le Jeune


Lionel le Jeune

Photography - 31.5 x 45.3 x 0.1 inch


Biology 5 | Aquarelle Abstraite, Gina Vor

Biology 5 | Aquarelle Abstraite

Gina Vor

Painting - 12.6 x 9.4 x 0 inch


Marinella, Claude Billès


Claude Billès

Photography - 23.6 x 43.3 x 0.8 inch


Dans les nues, Florence Boré

Dans les nues

Florence Boré

Painting - 43.3 x 35.4 x 0.2 inch


Bambi (Yellow), Paco Raphael

Bambi (Yellow)

Paco Raphael

Sculpture - 14.8 x 13.8 x 13.8 inch


Escholtzias jaune, Clotilde

Escholtzias jaune


Painting - 63.8 x 38.2 x 0.8 inch


The gold bird, Benoît Mauduech

The gold bird

Benoît Mauduech

Painting - 35 x 57.5 x 1.6 inch


Untitled (Constance), Zena Blackwell

Untitled (Constance)

Zena Blackwell

Painting - 53.1 x 26 x 1.4 inch


Ciel, Alphée



Painting - 16.5 x 11.4 x 0 inch


A Ritual, Jozef Chyzy

A Ritual

Jozef Chyzy

Painting - 15.7 x 31.5 inch


Untitled, Sofia Echa


Sofia Echa

Painting - 58 x 52 x 2 inch


Corsetée, LN Le Cheviller


LN Le Cheviller

Print - 11.8 x 11.8 x 0 inch


Among the rocks, Hendaye, Sveta Peuch

Among the rocks, Hendaye

Sveta Peuch

Painting - 19.7 x 27.6 x 0.7 inch


N°1592 La Parisienne, Georges Saulterre

N°1592 La Parisienne

Georges Saulterre

Fine Art Drawings - 29.9 x 22.8 x 0 inch


Evangelines Dream, Clare Marie Bailey

Evangelines Dream

Clare Marie Bailey

Photography - 15.7 x 15.7 x 0 inch


Orage, Salah Chaoui


Salah Chaoui

Painting - 19.7 x 31.5 inch


Abstract Yellow #1, Pere Moles

Abstract Yellow #1

Pere Moles

Print - 29.9 x 22 x 0.4 inch


Floralie, Zoé Boivin


Zoé Boivin

Painting - 12 x 16 x 0.75 inch


Cosmos #11, David Tatin

Cosmos #11

David Tatin

Photography - 15.7 x 23.6 x 0.1 inch


Lunar Roadtrip, Lisbeth Buonanno

Lunar Roadtrip

Lisbeth Buonanno

Painting - 19.7 x 19.7 x 0.8 inch


Delicate 1, Raquel Pellicano

Delicate 1

Raquel Pellicano

Photography - 5.1 x 5.1 x 0 inch


Marche ou rêve, Myriam Baudin

Marche ou rêve

Myriam Baudin

Painting - 38.2 x 51.2 x 1.6 inch


Daisies, Jenya Pestova


Jenya Pestova

Painting - 15.7 x 15.7 x 1.6 inch


Nu Rose, Robert Delval

Nu Rose

Robert Delval

Painting - 18.1 x 21.7 inch


Poésie, Marie Genin


Marie Genin

Photography - 35.4 x 23.6 x 0.2 inch


N°1601 Les trois grâces, Georges Saulterre

N°1601 Les trois grâces

Georges Saulterre

Fine Art Drawings - 29.9 x 22 x 0 inch


Dreams in Alpha, Clare Marie Bailey

Dreams in Alpha

Clare Marie Bailey

Photography - 15.7 x 15.7 x 0 inch


Etoile, Alain Boullet


Alain Boullet

Fine Art Drawings - 7.9 x 7.9 inch


Philos jaune I, Laure Bollinger

Philos jaune I

Laure Bollinger

Fine Art Drawings - 17.7 x 13.4 x 0.2 inch


Pastel Colors

We could all do with a little softness in this harsh world. After a long day at work, there is nothing better than coming home to a serene setting, especially one that has been decorated by our own hand... And the colors that surround us play a precious role. So to avoid feeling assaulted by a red that is too bright or be put in a gloomy mood by too much black, opt for pastel colors! Light blue, pearl grey, powdered pink, opaline green... The possibilities are endless, and above all, these shades compliment each other perfectly. For a chic bohemian interior, opt for a beige cotton voile on your walls. In a nostalgic mood? Add a vintage touch with a soft orange piece. Fans of the Scandinavian aesthetic? Cashmere grey will be perfect...

Pastel colors are sometimes perceived as bland in the collective imagination. And yet, they come back in force in our interiors! In fact, they have become one of the leading decorative trends. From the bedroom to the bathroom, via the kitchen and the lounge, they adapt to all atmospheres and tastes. Better still, they make us feel good by transforming each room into a real cocoon. Whether as a discrete touch or a total look, pastel tones make you want to snuggle up in an armchair, with a plaid blanket by the fire... The ideal setting to enjoy reading your favorite novel.

In addition to being on trend, these colors have a real meaning in the history of art. They appear as the essential components of one of the greatest artistic movements: Impressionism! At the beginning of the 1860s, a young generation of artists entered the French creative scene. In this desire to break conventions and create an innovative art, these painters dared to go all out and propose a more luminous painting, based on an observation of nature. No more warm tones, hello light colors! Landscapes, as varied as they are, came to be depicted with cooler tones. The scenes of flowering gardens and the shores of the sea were bathed in a soft light that caught everyone's eye. In this period of artistic effervescence at the beginning of the 20th century, some painters went even further. The Nabis and the Fauvists expressed their interest in the soft harmony of pastel colors even more so. Take for example, certain paintings by Henri Matisse or Maurice Denis, which caused a sensation (and scandal!).

Finally, the pastel shades are no doubt linked to the world of childhood and the joy that accompanies it. They remind us of the sweetness of marshmallows, the deliciously sweet taste of syrups, the crackle of sugared almonds in your mouth and the intoxicating smell of cotton candy. Season after season, they bring a breath of fresh air. In spring, they evoke the songs of birds and flowering fields, while in summer, they harmonise with the blue sky. In autumn, they contrast with the warm colors and in winter, they bring a little cheerfulness... Discover our selection of soft and cheerful works, to put in your home right away!

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