Much Ado About Green
Lately we have been researching recent interior design trends; articles about green decor have been ubiquitous, perfect for March! The ideas below are ideal for completing your home for this spirited month.
Pantone, the leading provider of color systems has recently stated the color of the year as Greenery! This video from Pantone will give you some incredible examples of what this shade can do for a room.
Our Bloom Series by Ann Alger collection is superb in brightening any room while using green, whether it is displayed on all the walls in a room, or just a feature.
If you are trying to stray from patterned walls, Architectural Digest online has some fabulous ideas on how to utilize green flawlessly. Green is associated with both nature and serenity, optimal for the interior of any home.
If you are looking for some green in the kitchen this month, or throughout the year, a backsplash can also convey this sensational shade. The center of every home always seems to be the kitchen, so a subtle hint of green is perfect for a St. Patrick’s Day dinner. Our Moroccan-inspired MoRockAnSoul collection has multiple designs that make for a stunning addition to any kitchen!
Studio McGee, renowned interior design firm, also predicts the 2017 trend is dark green around the home! After reviewing their article, we are obsessed with the examples of deep green they show as a perfect backdrop for both modern and traditional decor.
Style at Home magazine gives a multitude of other interior suggestions, if you aren’t looking to completely re-decorate with green. Specifically, the accessories include candles, rugs, and even dinnerware sets.
Using green wall color with painted green furniture creates a harmonious flow of color as seen here in Mary Douglas Drysdale’s design and one of her Signature Colors, Federal Green, in temporary faux linen wallpaper.
If you would rather have a green-statement, art-piece, our Artichaut – Botanicals products are customizable and look stunning on wall panels.
We also think Kenisa Home has some lovely examples of how to use green while pairing it with shades of light blue and beige, as well as showing how multiple shades of green seen between room transitions work wonders to enliven and expand a space. As explained by Isabelle, the founder of Kenisa Home, “The combinations you can find hiking or waking in nature will always provide you the correct match.”
We hope this inspires you to deck out your home this month and beyond this upcoming holiday — and gets you thinking about ways to use green throughout the year!