Love them or loath them, greens like greys it seems have firmly established themselves as an important part of contemporary interior design. Green is associated with nature, peace and tranquillity so why not add the same feelings and colours to your interiors?
Here the beautiful Jewel Beatle by Little Greene has been used on the walls and teamed with a zingy, citrus white, shade on the ceiling.
But colour doesn’t have to dominate your walls to make an impact, if you love all the rich dark greens but are afraid of adding such darks colours to your walls, you can keep your walls neutral but then add those lovely rich shades in with your furniture or accessories.
As the seasons change from one to the next, it’s a great time to bring new colours into your space. With lots of different rich and earthy tones around you can decide to go in at the deep end with a beautiful rich emerald green upholstered sofa or simply add some subtle warm earthy tones into your accessories but it is all about embracing colour and textures. With a mix of lavish materials around such as sumptuous velvets, jute baskets or rich metallics it’s never been easier to add a touch of the luxe green trend into your home.
Adding soft green hues can infuse a living space with vitality and elegance. A gentle green on the wall, think soft apple shades, pale mint greens or soft seafoam colours can function as a neutral backdrop for a wide variety of pattern and accent colours.
Recycled glass vases filled with faux or fresh flowers are perfect for that natural accent colour. Add white painted furniture, mirrored metallics and plenty of textures with rugs, baskets and cushions, you’ll create both visual interest and a perfectly relaxed space.
Inspired by nature
Go glam with a bold nature inspired print wallpaper, team it with sumptuous fabrics, high shine metallics and glass for that ultra-modern luxurious feel. Adding copper accents are great, as they add lovely warm tones as well as that little bit of glam. Indoor plants have several advantages to an interior. They help reduce stress, improve air quality and create a feeling of well-being. Adding a layered display of plants, are a great way to create a lush display. Don’t worry if you’re not green fingered as there are so many fakes out there that you might even struggle to spot the real ones!