Lemon Sorbet can work well in any kitchen. In the above kitchen the pastel yellow is paired with white to highlight all the decorative and architectural accents as well as with the dark wood to offer balance and contrast. Lemon sorbet is bright and cheery in a room with natural sunlight, but color experts warn that this color can often be seen as too vibrant in rooms that are often flooded in natural sunlight, and should best be considered in rooms without direct sunlight.
It suits both traditional and modern design. Benjamin Moore’s senior interior designer Sonu Mathew explains that this season we will see a softening of the palate, and refers to this softening as “the emerging pastel.” Paired with white, rich woods or even a bright raspberry for a pop of color, Lemon Sorbet can be used in a multitude of ways in a multitude of rooms. It can be used in a toned-down manner to create a serene and relaxing space, or paired with a fun and punchy color to create energy and drama.
Throughout the years, the living room has transformed from a formal parlor-esque space designed for entertaining guests to a cozy and relaxing everyday place for friends and family to kick back in front of the television or share stories about their day. Today, the purpose of your living room depends greatly on the size of your home. In larger houses, a living room may still be dedicated only to hosting company, but in most cases a living room may fulfill multiple functions – from a home theater or makeshift office to a party space for your children’s sleepovers.
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