By Marilyn La Jeunesse

Published on January 13, 2016

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Photography by @beckiowens

Pantone has spoken: This is the year of pastels — specifically Rose Quartz and Serenity. You can expect to see the pale pink and blue hues everywhere, especially in interior design. Here are a few effortless ways to incorporate the Pantone color of the year into your home. 

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Photography by @theeverygirl_

@theeverygirl

The pastel hues combine to give this bedroom an aura of calmness and serenity. A perfect spot to decompress at the end of the day.

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Photography by @manuinteriores

@manuinteriores

The pop of Serenity paint around a window brightens up the whole room when the sun shines through. 

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Photography by @designoptions101

@designoptions101

This pretty in pink wall adds a sense of refinement to the room’s character. 

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Photography by @lyckehem

@lyckehem

Subtle Rose Quartz accents are all you need to liven up your living space. 

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Photography by @pantone

@pantone

Go bold with several layers of the pastel colors for a darken hue to make your walls pop. 

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Photography by @mi_niiiii

@mi_niiiii

Pastel furniture on a white background seems to open up the whole space. 

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Photography by @houseoflilydutch

@houseoflilydutch

We are in love with this rustic take on Rose Quartz. 

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Photography by @einteriors.design

@einteriors.design

A Rose Quartz or Serenity colored centerpiece is exactly what you need to revamp your living room.

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Photography by @pantone

@pantone

Transform your home office into a tranquil (and stylish) retreat with pastel pink and blue walls and furniture. 

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Photography by @4more_

@4more_

Sometimes all you need in life are a few Rose Quartz and Serenity colored accents to revive your home.

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