Green is the color of the year and we couldn’t be happier about it! From the lighter neutral greens to the darker rich versions, there are many shades that can be incorporated into your home to add that fresh look and classic depth of color.
Be bold – a green sofa is a bold way to bring green into your home. This velvet Anthropologie sofa pictured above is definitely a statement piece, but one that adds a unique flare to the room while also encompassing those classic retro looks. Keep it simple – add green in your bedding. Something as simple as a throw that can be changed out easily is a good option as well. Think outside of the box – It’s not just about paint and fabrics. Incorporating the greenery of plants into your design will also bring the room to life and add balance to your home as you fill in those empty spaces.
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Wondering which green to choose? We’ve narrowed it down for you with our favorite greens by Benjamin Moore. Where can you apply green other than your walls? One of our favorite spaces to bring in those green tones is the kitchen. The kitchen is the focal point of every home as people gather for cooking, eating meals, and socializing. So why not make it a statement piece with rich cabinetry colors? As pictured below, you can pair a deeper colored cabinet with a luxe marble countertop, backsplash, and warm metal accents to create a well balanced look. The Hunter Green color displayed above provides the perfect blend of masculine and feminine tones that create a space that is unique and will keep your guests attention.
The natural olive green and earthy tones are a classic look that pairs well with many elements such as wood, tile, and marble. Vintage inspired design is back in style, so if you’re looking for a way to add that subtle pop of color to your home, be bold and embrace the greens.
Want even more inspiration? Here are several more beautiful examples of incorporating green into your own home:
Photo Credit: Farrow and Ball Paint – Calke Green
Photo Credit: Dulux Paint
Photo Credit: Nate Berkus