Green really seems to be the color of the moment. If you are living in Southern California, you definitely understand what we mean. The constant rains that we have been experiencing have everything from the islands in the middle of the boulevards to the Hollywood Hills shining like an emerald. We've talked about the importance of designing with plants, but there is more than one way to fill your home with green. Luckily for us Domino's color of the month is green and they are giving us 'Nine Ways to Decorate With Green.' As usual we picked out our favorites and put them below. You can find the rest HERE. It's time to spread some of that luck of the Irish into your design.
For the Boho Chic
Simplicity is your thing, but you’re not afraid of a little color. Even if it happens to come in the form of a bold green sofa. In this whitewashed space, the delicate mix of natural elements coupled with a reserved color scheme result in a unique finish that is effortlessly approachable.
For the Classical Meets Modern
For those with a little more traditionalism in mind, we’re all for reinventing the style with a slightly more moody overlay. In this classically cozy living room, a dark charcoal wall paint coupled with deep green furnishings prove that a lack of bright color does not have to compromise on the aesthetic.
For the Bright and Eclectic
Don’t shy away from incorporating more than one vibrant shade into your space! Here, a deep emerald sofa pairs effortlessly well with the bright pink armchairs and the eclectic landing pad. An equally colorful gallery wall of prints establishes a playfully fitting backdrop that completes the design scheme of the area. Utilize shades of a similar or complementary color spectrum to keep the look cohesive.
For the Glam Minimalist
Take to the walls with a paint in a relatively similar shade, though be sure to offset the look with a lighter floor color. Here, a checkered floor plan distracts the eye from the bold hues of the wall and sofa, accentuated by the sleek brass details and lively selection of potted plants.