Late in 2016 Pantone released it’s buzzworthy Color of the Year – Greenery! The infamous yearly colour influences everything from the fashion world to home decor!
Pantone describes the colour ‘Greenery’ as:
A refreshing and revitalizing shade, Greenery is symbolic of new beginnings.
There are many different ways for you to embrace the colour of the year and introduce it into your home in a refreshing way. Below are some of our favourite examples of how to use Greenery in your next home project!
1. Favourite colour pairings.
We love the deep earthy tones of the neutrals but is quickly brightened up with Greenergy and Chrysanthemum and Chai Tea.
2. In the Bedroom.
Mix Greenery with white or other neutrals to bring a breath of fresh air to the bedroom.
The subtly of the textured honeycomb motif of the quilt mixed with the spring green and white make mixing it with white or neutrals the perfect bedroom combination.
3. On the Floor.
We are loving this marble and geometric pattern that mimics the multiple layers of stone. The different shades of green will make any floor pop!
4. On the walls.
Never worry about not having enough sunlight or overwatering your plants again!
This wall art has been printed on clear acrylic panels and added a frame to create a shadowbox effect. The perfect greenery to be added to any room in your house! Combine 3 or more to create a beautiful gallery wall.
5. On the Couch.
Brighten up any neutral couch or lounge chair with a pop of greenery as a pillow! They give the perfect colour to accent any couch. Plus these pillows have strips of suede that are hand cut and appliqued to create the richly textured geometric pattern. With the addition of the layer of soft leather adds depth and dimension to the design for a tactile finish that looks beautiful in both contemporary and traditional decor.
6. With plants.
The addition of real plants always brings a sense of greenery and nature to any room. Plus many plants clean the air we breathe making it a win/win for our whole family! Add real plants in any capacity, large plants such as Birds of Paradise or group smaller succulents or cactus together in a terrarium to customize the look and feel of the room.
Hopefully, this has given you the inspiration to use Pantone’s Color of the Year in your home in 2017! Happy decorating!