Fruity sorbets make for an excellent summer dessert, but design professionals know that their visually appealing hues can also make for an alluring home interior. Some of the most popular sorbet tones include purple lavenders, orangey mangos, greenish mints, yellow lemonade, reddish strawberries, and pink watermelon. Sorbet shades can range from soft to extremely bold, which allows many of them to be used together in stylish combinations. Using sorbet hues inspired by fruits, flowers, and herbs will bring the feeling of summer into your home year-round.
- Fruit-inspired colors, like mango and lime, look delectable and add punch and style to your room’s look.
- A combination of tuberose and mint is fresh brave and just a bit retro.
- Orange blossom isn’t just hot and fruity, some say it’s the new pink, besides blending well with the perennial pastel.
“The sticky heat of summer makes us want three things: a pool to jump in, an icy drink to sip, and a refreshing frozen treat to snack on. But sorbet isn’t only refreshing in ice form — its succulent flavors make amazing hues for the home, too.”