Transport spring green freshness to your interiors this season! The color green is natural, harmonious, relaxing and extremely easy on the eyes. Introducing this youthful hue to rooms gives life and energy to your soul. It’s a natural choice to be used as a backdrop to any interior or exterior space!
Add Green to Bedrooms
If you are making the switch from winter to spring in your bedroom start with a great piece of artwork to place over the bed to give an instant transformation. We chose this lovely contemporary painting by John-Richard called “Mystic Landscape” to bring out subtle sage tones in the walls. The colors in this art are a blend of smoky blues, greys, greens and a hint of purple which allows flexibility in color choices for your décor.
To give this bed a spring flair we added these pretty green trellis lumbar pillows for a pop of color paired with these custom cream colored throw pillows. Here’s a quick tip: choose solid colored back up pillows to be a backdrop for your front pillows. You can choose a complimentary color to go with your bed spread or neutral tones to give a contrast of color like we did here!
Add Green Accessories
Great accessories are an easy way to add green tones to your space. We added these floral antique tea cups and charming floral arrangements to help set the mood.
Green also stands for new growth and rebirth. This is the season when all plants are coming back to life. Adding a happy plant or botanical to your furnishings, like this wooden secretary, brings the outdoors in. Another wonderful addition we added to this desk is this eglimose mirrored side chair from John-Richard. A gorgeous touch to this space with its iced mineral green velvet fabric.
The Right Shade of Green
Your main living areas can incorporate all of these ideas in order to go green this spring! We added this basil earthy green aubusson tapestry pillow to this breakfast nook to go with the more rustic accessories. The color green is so versatile. The key to remember when using it in rooms is to choose the perfect shade of green to compliment the room.
Take these same principles and apply them to your living room as well. We selected a green sculpture and botanicals to add to what this home owner already had. All you need is a touch of this glorious hue for your guests to be “green” with envy!
Going green in your interiors is a simple and easy way to get your home ready for the spring holidays and provide a new attitude and spirit to you and your home.