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.
The first rule in arranging the furniture in a livingroom is to see where the wall plugs are and to avoid covering them with any furniture. If you do that it will only make things more complicated, as you will not have easy access to the outlet and you will have to use extendable ones and this way you increase the hazard risk. So avoid covering them. The second tip is to spread the furniture in an even manner all over the livingroom. Avoid placing all the furniture in one place, for example one one side of the room or near the same wall, as it will be totally asymmetric and it will give the viewer the impression of a “sinking ship”. You remember the “Titanic”.
When pairing a bright pastel such as Lemon Sorbet one needs to think closely about the other colors it’s paired with. Darker and more subdued colors tone the yellow down and therefore make it seem less bright and easier on the eye. Here Lemon Sorbet is paired with a dark, rich wood, a bright raspberry for a pop of color and a soft, cool grey. On the ceiling is Blue Ice, a perfect complimentary color that that brings out the room’s architectural details. Without these other colors and textures to offset the brightness of the Lemon Sorbet might be too bright for this room.
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