10 Ways We’re Embracing This Color Trend
Why green and white is the color pairing we can't get enough of!
Published Mar 30, 2017 5:00 AM
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When it comes to decorating with the upcoming season in mind, we’re all for incorporating in bright hues, fresh greens, and plenty of style and texture. The warmer months are all about embracing a refresh, be it purely mental or decorative. We’re taking on the latter with a color revamp in mind and the palette we’re craving as of late: green and white. Take a peek at just a few of the ways we’d like to bring this revitalizing pair home!
Within this light-filled, East Bay loft, a whitewashed kitchen comes fully equipped with enough greens to offset the otherwise lack in color. Overflowing greens help disguise the compact nature of the cabinets, while also instilling a beautifully-defined element to the space.
While plants are an effortlessly easy way to emulate this covetable color pairing, we’re all for embracing alternate methods of bringing the look home. At the top of our list: art, much like this vibrant piece, found within this quaint, 20th century farmhouse.
The next best thing to a fireplace stocked with freshly cut wood? One that’s fully decked with an abundant arrangement of plants.
Inside this cheery Sydney loft, dining chairs that come in a shade of soft sage bring about an uplifting detail to the organic spectrum of the space. Bring in lightly stained wooden furnishings to take the color combo trend to new heights.
If you ask us, the bedside should almost always entail a selection of greens – especially if you’re working with a whitewashed palette. The pared down effect exudes a fresh element to the space.
If there’s one thing we love more than this forest green hexagonal tile, it’s the way it ends, just halfway up the walls. Coupled with the all-white cabinetry and minimalist wooden shelf, this bright spot features just the right amount of color.
When working with a reserved color palette, try and incorporate at least one accent hue that can uplift the decorative scheme. In this serene bedroom, a medley of off-whites and grays are further elevated by the saturated pops of green.
If there’s one thing we love more than an abundant arrangement, it’s a cluster of delicate bud vases filled with lengthy greens. Nothing suggests a seasonal refresh quite like this eclectic grouping!
For those who’re looking to introduce a touch of color within their monochromatic space, starting out small is of the essence. Here, a slight gradation of blue-greens offers up just enough character to the modest scheme.
See the rest of this bright kitchen makeover here!