I must say that it’s quite challenging to decorate with this shade of green, because it’s really easy to lose the hand and end up with a Kitsch interior or your room looking like a piece of the jungle. :P So, as the great Mies always sad: Less is More!
As I told you in the previous post, Greenery is a very refreshing shade that puts anyone in a more springy and cheerful mood. I’m a big fan of greens, specially because it’s one of the color that most fits with my hair color. Hahaha :D
Now, enough with chit chat and let’s go to today’s tips. \0/
Greenery Decor Tips
#1 – The simplest and “safest” way to use it, is by simple adding more plants to your room. Initially research what the needs of the plant are and whether it fits well with the room conditions, such as the possible lack of sunlight.
#2 – Use as an accent color in a piece of furniture or object. It can be a light fixture, an armchair or pouf, a dresser or the chairs of the dining table.
#3 – Go crazy and paint the walls with this color. If you have a bold and daring personality, then painting a whole room with this color it’s so you. Just pay attention that the objects and furniture in this room, have calmer colors or that they combine. Now, if you’re more conservative, I suggest that you paint only one wall or part of it making a geometric design. TIP: I think is super cool a green shade near a wall with exposed rustic bricks.
#4 – Use textiles with green shades or patterns, take advantage that the trend of prints with foliage will continues this year, and have fun with them.
If you have any doubts when combining colors, you can follow the table of combinations of the previous post, or combine with neutral tones like white, black, gray and brown … there is no mistake. The color combination that I loved is the one in the picture above … carries a certain mystery, don’t you think?