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3 Surprising Ways to Decorate with Pastel Blinds

Don’t call us crazy yet. I bet you never thought you’d find yourself considering bright pastel blinds for your house, but neither did we.

Blinds.com recently expanded the color collection for the Designer 2″ Wood Blinds to include dark espresso stains, bamboo slats, and 3 bright pastel paint colors. In the world of window coverings we see a lot of classic neutrals, but with spring in the air we’re ready for something bright and fun.

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Why Pastel?

Pastels are making a huge splash in fashion and home decor. Designers are mixing them with neon, color blocking, or layering tons of pastels together for a soft, dimensional look. We love the pastel pop of color that bright SMEG fridges are bringing to homes.

Let’s see this look in action!

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Pastel Blue Blinds Meet Mid Century

The Blinds:

Ocean is a stunning bright turquoise that we could instantly picture in a quirky home office or teen girl’s bedroom. We decided to take this look to the living room, where it’s brightness can be shared with all.

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The Inspiration:

We loved the mix of pastels and retro shapes in this space.

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The Look:

The bright blue blinds are tempered by complimentary hues throughout the room. The sharp mod furniture from Room & Board really ties it all together.

Pastel Blue Living Room 3 Surprising Ways to Decorate with Pastel Blinds

Designer 2″ Wood Blinds in OceanRug / Sofa / Pendant / Side Tables / Coffee Table / Pillows

But It IS Easy Being Green

The Blinds:

Leaf is a soft, vivid green. This versatile hue could be paired with yellow, crisp black and white, or even lavender. We went for a stark, pulled together navy pairing.

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The Inspiration:

This space is bold, yet relaxing. Pops of green bring a natural connection, while navy keeps the look crisp.

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The Look:

How amazing is this bed? Crisp lines and patterns keep this space grounded despite the bold hues.

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Designer 2″ Wood Blinds in LeafMirror / Bed /Pillows / Rug / Side Tables / Vase / Statue / Blanket

Let The Light In(to the Kitchen)

The Blinds:

Maize is a soft yellow that would be beautiful in a nursery, or paired with grey for a tranquil guest bedroom. We knew we wanted to use this one over the kitchen sink.

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The Inspiration:

You might even look forward to doing the dishes in a kitchen this cheerful.

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The Look:

Yellow blinds paired with a blue back splash and graphic runner, really spice up neutral cabinets. Plus, wood blinds in any color will keep you from being blinded while you wash up.

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Designer 2″ Wood Blinds in MaiseCabinets / Backsplash / Towel  / Rug

Get the Look

Guess what? The Designer 2″ Wood Blinds are on sale during April! Whether you’re looking for something bold or more traditional, you can order free samples to see colors and materials in person.

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Abigail Sawyer

About Abigail Sawyer

Abigail Sawyer is a Social Media Marketer for Blinds.com. As a newlywed, she’s on the hunt to outfit a new home with all things handmade, preppy and eclectic. Walking in the footsteps of Martha Stewart, she’s happiest when she’s crafting or whipping up a new recipe; although nothing beats curling up with a good book and some Girl Scout Cookies. Chat with her on twitter @BlindsDotCom + @whatabigailsaw and support her rampant pinning habit at @BlindsDotCom + @whatabigailsaw.

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