A Danish kitchen in pretty pastels

When it comes to Scandinavian style decorating people tend to go for the all white look, monochrome, dark moody hues, pastels or bold brights. Do you have a penchant for one of these? In my home I tend to veer towards black, white and pastels although I do sometimes wish I liked bold brights! This Danish kitchen in the home of Julie and her daughter spotted on Boligciousblog has ramped up the feminine style with an entirely pastel kitchen. Could you go for a look like this?

Via Boligcious Blog and Design Chaser

The kitchen is from Tvis and available in a tonne of different colours. The owner is clearly a fan of Muuto too (who isn't?!) as I spot the E27 pendant light, nerd chair and bar stool and the mini stacked shelves are similar. I don't recognise the pattern on the wall - is it painted or have they put up wall paper? The Ferm Living Harlequin wallpaper is fairly similar.

For more pastel inspiration (it's easter after all!) check out this romantic Swedish home, a light and airy Dutch house this stunning sitting room in the home of a Danish designer.

Have a lovely day!


  1. That's really beautiful! The pastell colours are amazing... I really would like to go over to cook the dinner today... Thanks for sharing! Greetings from Germany, Tanja

  2. Perhaps a bit too much of pastel for my taste, but I like the details though. Especially the bench with its pattern pillows (especially the batik and the patchwork, great ideas for DIY) and the pendant lights.

  3. I love the blue color as well as the pinks. I would not mind a kitchen like this one :)

  4. love a little pastel here and there! xo Caroline

  5. it is very soft -but does not feel overly feminine at all.

  6. it's 'pretty' but not sure i could live in an all pastel world. i think my family is too 'loud' ! it's not shouty enough if you know what i mean !!! (maybe we should paint whole house pastel and would calm us all down !!!?)

  7. the wallpaper is farrow and ball btw :)


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