As we drag ourselves through the the final insults of Winter weather, towards the promise of renewal, there is something so innocent and happy about a confluence of pastels to soften the hard, gray edges of the icy landscape.
The colors emerge as "bright pastels"- yellow daffodils bloom with spring-green leaves, the sky brightens to a clear blue, and hyacinth and wisteria caste a violet complement.
April Meeker's delicate cut-outs in the lead image above, and the rooms below, are examples of how to use bright pastels that will make any adult feel young again.
Little Big Bell
Hey There, Home