The George’s Inn
Walls: Ting Tong No. 53
Pastels evoke images of sorbet, sundresses, summer weddings and babies. Used on their own they impart the soft, relaxing color of a sigh; used with bolder colors, pastels help bring balance to a room.
Growing up in the South, pastels colored my childhood. Ting Tong and Mei Mei fondly harken my grandmother’s haint blue porch ceiling. Bubble evokes the magnificent cherry blossoms that carpeted my backyard.
As a designer, I have always used pastels in my projects and spent years refining each shade. From the always flattering blush of French Fry to the coral kiss of Farley, Bridget Beari Colors Pastels are light and airy, yet saturated enough to elevate any space.
Bubble is the quintessential pale blush backdrop that works beautifully with nearly every color. Soft enough to mingle with bold colors as well as a monochromatic palette.
Whisperer is a versatile, muted blush with faint peach putty undertones that make it a Bridget Beari Designs go-to hue.
Fafafooey is a peaceful peach that imparts quiet elegance. Pastel Heaven.
Cat’s Paw is the dusty pink of a shell's interior and is exquisitely calming and flattering, ideal for powder rooms, dressings rooms and unexpected ceilings.
Shellby is a dusty blush with lavender undertones that bestrides both feminine and masculine styles and is at home from urban dwellings to mountain retreats.
French Fry is the warm, soft blush of a rose bud that flatters all skin tones, making it ideal for dressing rooms, living rooms, bedrooms and bathrooms.
Bearzey is absolutely the most perfect mid-tone peach that is at once warm, welcoming and wonderfully soothing.
Cat Nip is the soft lavender of pink summer sunsets that makes for a superbly feel good space.
Not too dark, not too sweet, Ting a Ling a Ding Dong is the color of dusty purple hydrangeas with undertones of blue and violet.
Almost white with a hint of lavender, Lewis is a delicate, ethereal hue that luminously captures and reflects light.
Sydney is the dusty purple of dried French lavender that can act as a soothing neutral backdrop to a wide range of colors from earthy greens to deep plums.
Our softest green, the soothing cool tones of Teacup make any room feel like a spa retreat.
A classically serene green, Beasie fills a room with visions of a quiet, cool forest at dawn.
Lulabelle Green is like nature’s neutral, with just enough energy and light to enhance creativity and reduce stress according to a space’s function and furnishings.
Mei Mei is the ethereal aqua of ocean and infuses your home with joy. Use it on floors, walls and furnishings for a perennial vacation vibe.
Clear as a mountain spring, Udeboode is refreshing and soothing at the same time. You will want to paint more than one room this color, from walls to ceilings.
Ting Tong is pale blue green with a hint of calming mint that takes this pastel beyond baby’s room to restful bedrooms and refreshing kitchens.
Squeek is the color of cloudless blue skies and will elevate everything from bathroom vanities to baseboards to bedroom walls. Who tires of cloudless blue skies? No one ever.
The palest near-white blue, Echo breaths clean air into a room and is also a tried and true ceiling color that works brilliantly for both interior and exterior spaces.
As sweet and delicious as peach sorbet but not at all saccharine, Farley’s faint red undertones emanate a warmth that feels like summertime.
Jellie is a feminine Ballerina pink that gives off a gorgeous, atmospheric glow.
Pale and creamy with soft yellow green undertones, Lexi is a lovely alternative to a pure neutral that still lets artwork and furnishings have the attention.