The color green is thought to bring balance and youthfulness in interior design. It’s depth of ‘hue’ is displayed from forest green-to-jade with thousands of shades to choose from – which explains why it’s often chosen as a ‘pop’ accent color.
Here’s a sampling of our use of this marvelous color from the 2015 IDEA & Inspiration House.
The subtle addition of these planters gives this neutral accent wall a focal point.
A touch of green, with varying textures, is all it takes for color to be added to this custom built island.
Tip: The faux planters can be found at your local craft store.
Throw Pillows & Area Rugs
Accent color can also come in twos. In this setting the sunny yellow and lime green adds fun and a casual feel to the space.
Color with Fruit & Napkins
In this neutral palette, the fruit and napkins bring a bit of personality to this entire room.
Color with Fruit, Towels and Plants
The fruit, towels and faux planters allow the eye to move throughout the bookshelf.
Consider bringing in a striking color through counter-tops. Just enough color to not overdo, however, adds a tremendous amount of interest to the space. Counter-top > Fantasy Soapstone