This winter is all about pastels in the home and it is a super easy trend to follow.
From soft bedding and delicate curtains in the bedroom, to neutral vases and accessories in the living room, any domestic goddess can be bang on trend this season and install a fresh update for the home.
Being stylish doesn’t have to result in a complete décor overhaul. Ornamenting each room with small doses of pastel shades can still create a fashionable scheme but without the hefty price tag. And the kitchen is the best place to do this with pale textiles and homeware.
Updating the kitchen appliances like cutlery and tableware is a simple but effective method and the pale palette suits any home whether it is a bachelor pad in London, or a quaint village cottage in Wales. The gentle tones when co-ordinated with other furniture can look both traditional as well as edgy modern; so whatever your current style décor is there is bound to be a way to induct the trend into your home this winter.
And homeowners can inject the wishy-washy colour into the festive décor too. So when you start decorating the home for Christmas with sparkly gold and silver, mix in some shades of baby or rose pink.
Ulster Weavers Cassandra Rose table runner and placemats are just perfect to makeover the kitchen in pure prettiness. And our vast array of floral collections includes everything from tea cosies to aprons to make sure you look fashionable as well as practical.
The Victoria range is another great line with pastel pieces, so you can serve piping hot tea this winter in themed bone china mugs alongside some scrumptious cupcakes with our Victoria cake tins.
Install the trend into the living room with an Apple door stop and carry on the retro apple and pear style with Ulster’s Lola range; as the cotton tea towel is cool with fresh pastel shades.