“A room should never allow the eye to settle in one place. It should smile at you and create fantasy” – Juan Montoya.
What Is Danish Pastel Aesthetic?
Danish Pastel is an interior design aesthetic that is characterized
by having pastel, Scandinavian furniture and accessories against
naturally lit white rooms. The Danish Pastel aesthetic is known for its
unique use of shapes, including spirals, blots, waves, and others, which
are often drawn from modern art movements like Cubism and Surrealism.
It also draws much of its inspiration from art that highlights
shapes in flat colors, such as those seen in the works of Matisse and
Picasso.In contrast, this aesthetic uses soft colors such as baby blue, soft pink, lavender, soft yellow, beige and white.
Danish Pastel Motifs And Patterns
Danish pastel room decor is famous for using interesting and unusual patterns such as
- Checks - Often used to create a playful, retro vibe
- Hearts - Pattern that adds a touch of sweetness and romance
- Wavy - Used to create a sense of movement and flow
- Flowers - Сlassic pattern for Danish Pastel Aesthetics! Can be found everywhere in the decor of the room, from bedding to
various posters and toys. A great way to add a piece of nature to your
- Argyle - An unusual and interesting pattern that is sure to add some Elegance to your room
- Spirals - Spirals create a sense of energy and movement
Danish Pastel Decor
Here is a list of the most popular and basic items that are used as decor in the danish pastel aesthetic:
- Candles, sometimes in unusual shapes such as mini statues or upward swirls
- Milk crate-inspired pastel plastic bins
- Faux Ivy Garlands.
- Flower-Shaped Vases
- Wavy Mirrors