Amidst all the trending colors forecasted for 2018—and trust us, there are a lot—one subdued hue seems to be missing. Mint green, a longtime favorite for its calming vibe, has been cropping up in a whole range of new collections. And while it may not be officially trending, we love finding different ways to incorporate this pretty shade into our home decor.
Feel the same way? Here are some of our favorite mint finds, both statement-making and more low-key, to help you add the color to your space at every price point.
Smeg Electric Kettle, Houzz, $149
The retro ’50s style of this electric kettle only enhances the pale green color. If you’re a tea enthusiast, a good kettle is definitely a staple in your day-to-day kitchen tools. Invest in this Smeg one to add some color to your stovetop.
Ribbed Bud Vase in “Mint”, Pigeon Toe Ceramics, $36
This porcelain piece makes for the perfect finishing touch to any mantle or desktop. Arrange a small selection of your favorite seasonal blooms in the vase or keep it empty for a more sculptural look.
Enamel Cereal Bowl, Farmhouse Pottery, $9.50
You’ll want to pick up a few of these enamel bowls to make a set perfect for anything from everyday breakfast to more formal brunches. The slightly unfinished look lends a rustic feel we absolutely love.
Bloomingville Mint Jars with Bamboo Lids, Houzz, set of 3, $52.80
Spruce up your kitchen counters (and free up pantry space in the process) with these honeycomb-print canisters. Doubling as extra storage for staple ingredients and stylish decorative pieces, this set of three is a great find for any aspiring chefs.
Looking for a bolder way to incorporate mint into your decor? Try giving your walls a fresh coat of paint. If you’re not ready to commit to rooms painted in this vivid hue, try updating old furniture pieces with this color instead.
Cast-Iron Round Dutch Oven in “Mint”, Le Creuset, $330
Le Creuset is known for its impressive range of gorgeous hues, and its newest launch is true to style. Available now at Williams-Sonoma, the Spring-inspired color was created just in time for Easter entertaining.
Crewcut Mint Green Saucer Appetizer Plate, CB2, $1.95
These simple plates are a minimalist’s dinnerware dream, and at under $2 apiece, you can stock up for your next get-together. Stack them underneath more statement-making bowls for an affordable and impressive tablescape.
Kastrull Saucepan, Ikea, $19.99
Yes, you really can find a budget-friendly enamel saucepan—which is another reason we love Ikea. It’s small but stylish, and thanks to its enameled steel composition is definitely durable.
Bloomingville Olivia Mint Green Colander, Houzz, $31.20
So much chicer than a plastic colander, right? This handy kitchen tool is made of ceramic, for a longer-lasting piece you’ll be proud to display instead of just shoving it under the sink.
Optic Lines Wall Hook Shelf, Urban Outfitters, $39
Calling all small space dwellers: This wall-hooked shelf is the storage solution for you. Make use of every square inch of wall space by mounting this pretty mint shelf to display and organize anything from decorative trinkets to books.
Seafoam Pot, Anthropologie, $12-$24
Made in Portugal, these terracotta pots will inspire you to bring more greenery into your home. Choose from two sizes (or mix and match) and read up on which plants are right for you, from pet-safe options to hard-to-kill houseplants.
Tapered Candles, H&M Home, pack of 4, $9.99
Colored candles make an easy and elegant table centerpiece, and these mint ones would look particularly great against a gold or brass candleholder. Or, group them together and display on a mantle as a chic finishing touch.
Ferm Living Candleholder, Domino, $34.99
Alternatively, use the candleholder itself to bring in mint. This wooden piece is painted a pretty pale green and is designed to look like a bottle, giving it a unique look. Pair with simple white candles or get creative and try your hand at color blocking with more vibrant hues.
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