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Read this blog for café-inspired home décor ideas using shades of well-known desserts.

When looking for colour inspiration to spruce up your home interiors, our paint colour experts believe that it is a good idea to seek inspiration from the things that you love. We think that there is nothing like creating a mood board inspired by your favourite picturesque café from around the world including your favourite desserts!

There’s something about a little café where you can dig into a yummy dessert, sip on coffee and unwind with your favourite book or simply watch passers-by. If you want to mirror a cosy yet stylish café interiors in your home, then you have come to the right place!

In this blog, our home colour experts will guide you on how you can pick shades of your favourite desserts, right from a traditional ‘mithai’ like ‘gulab jamun’ to the delish red velvet cupcakes with the help of Berger’s Colour Catalogue for your next interior painting project. Keep scrolling to find out more.

*Disclaimer* We are not responsible for any major sweet cravings after reading this blog.

Pastel Shades of Yellow
lemon tart

Imagine living in a home done up in colour palettes as exciting and delicious as those that remind you of a rich and creamy lemon tart or a soft rasmalai.

Our house paint colour experts believe that this delightfully decadent shade can look sophisticated on the walls of your home. Like most colours, yellow works best when paired with complementary hues such as crisp white furniture.

Top colour picks from Berger’s Colour Catalogue: AIRY LEMON (3P0079) and LEMON PUFF (3P0770)

Deep Shades of Brown
gulab jamun

If you are searching for coffee shop color design ideas, you can introduce the rich shades of brown from warm and drool-worthy gulab jamuns or chocolate cake, onto your living room walls.

You can add soft lighting or twinkly string lights to create an inviting atmosphere.

Top colour picks from Berger’s Colour Catalogue: MIDNIGHT CAFÉ (8D2555) and CHOCOLATE MOUNTAIN (8A0431)

Striking Shades of Red
red velvet cupcakes

How about bringing the beautiful hue of magical little-baked goods like red velvet cupcakes or strawberry cheesecakes onto your walls? It is sure to bring life to your entire living space.

A high-up table with long-legged chairs is a perfect setting for conversations over these desserts. You can complete the look by adding your favourite art pieces on the walls.

Top colour picks from Berger’s Colour Catalogue: EMPRESS ROSE (1D0324) and SHEER RED (1A1976)

Refreshing Shades of Green
matcha chiffon cake

If you are looking for extraordinary cafe colour ideas, you can take inspiration from unique desserts like matcha chiffon cake or pistachio gelato. Display lots of nature elements like potted plants such as ivies and pothos for a picture-perfect look. You can also add a chalkboard or a gallery wall to create visual interest.

Top colour picks from Berger’s Colour Catalogue: GREEN VISION (4T0915) and GARDEN PARADISE (4T0925)

Flirty Shades of Pink
pink macarons

You can lend a delightful charm to your home interiors with a soft shade of pink derived from pink macarons or gulabi kalakand.

You can glam up the space with chandeliers for a classy and sophisticated vibe.

Top colour picks from Berger’s Colour Catalogue: BO PEEP (6T0306) and MI AMOR (6D1406)

Final Thoughts

Call Berger Express Painting experts to re-create cafe-inspired home interiors with tempting shades of such universally-loved desserts. For a painting consultation, SMS ‘XP’ to 56767 or give us a call on our toll-free number – 1800 103 6030.

To know more about our services, we suggest you read this blog, “Express Painting = Convenient Home Painting”: Click here

What did you think of the looks we suggested inspired by colours of desserts from across the world? Do share your thoughts with us in the comments section below!

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