b'testp otshistoryAs Resene turns 70 we look at the colourslesson that weve loved to use in our homes sincethe 1950s, and reinvent them for today. pretty in pastelThe 1950s was a time of optimism after the grim war years. There were new materials like Formica, vinyl, chrome, labour-saving devices and lots of hopeful fresh colour. Pastels were inpretty pinks, minty greens, pale blue, lemon and mauve. Use these colours today for this dreamy dining setting with a vintage vibe. The wall is Resene SpaceCote Low Sheen in Resene Nebula, the table is Resene Geneva, while the mismatchedchairsareResenePrincess(pink),Resene Moonbeam (yellow) and Resene Melting Moment. Theres a sideboard in Resene Bianca and Resene Pink Terrace, with vases p ai ntedj ars in Resene Pink Lace, Resene Alluring (mauve) and Resene Seam ak e ch eapNymph. The oor is nished in Resene Colorwood Whitewash and the skirting is Resene Pink Terrace. andeasyv asesResene Resene ReseneGeneva Bianca Pink TerraceResene Resene Resene Resene Colorwood Sea Nymph Pink Lace Moonbeam WhitewashResene Resene Resene Resene Princess Alluring Melting Moment Nebula7'