Symbolizing Mother Nature and the outdoors, green has been a popular interior design shade for many years because it promotes a sense of tranquility and good health. Plus, with so many different shades, there’s a green for everyone! The color has recently surged into mainstream popularity, and we’re embracing it full force. Here are 5 different ways to incorporate this must-have color.
1. Accent Pieces
Green accents come in many forms, including lamps, pillows, throws, and decor accessories. Here, a radiant teal lamp and peacock pillows play beautifully with neutral black and white.
2. Wall Art
Artwork is the most versatile way to add a specific color to your space. You can choose the subject, medium, and size that works best for the room you’re refreshing. In this scene, prints of succulents pop against warm wood.
Green is known as the color of Mother Nature, so celebrate that by bringing the outside in. Add flowers and potted plants for a pop of green that’ll bring life to a room. Mix things up like we did here with a variety of shapes and shades.
An unexpected and beautiful way to incorporate green is with glassware. These seeded glasses are whimsical yet sophisticated thanks to the combination of grass green and an elegant silhouette.
Picking a bold color for a central piece of furniture can be dazzling. Case in point? This forest green velvet sofa. The rich, deep color is inviting, and the room stays balanced with a mirrored coffee table.
For a major statement that wows while also creating a calm, meditative space, paint an accent wall or entire room. Here, bright spruce green adorns the walls and serves as a dramatic background for striking wall art, accents, and furniture.