It’s pretty clear what our favorite color is here at Hunter (hint: have you seen our logo?), so we’re big fans of Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year, Greenery. From plants to pillows, greenery is a color that will freshen up and renew the style of your room.
The easiest and least expensive way to redo a space is to change out the textiles. Green pillows with texture or pattern adds dimension to your space. Add a window valance in green or use curtains with a green trim to add a pop of color to a plain window.
Pop of paint color
Don’t necessarily paint your entire room green (although if you’re confident enough to do it, go for it!). Start by painting an accent trim in green, like the trim around your window. Add a pop of green in the trim of farmhouse style living rooms and laundry rooms.
Decorate with greenery–literally
What’s greener than greenery?
Buy faux moss balls from the craft store or make your own to add to decorative vases and bowls.
Pick up a few plants at your local nursery to add color to your beige office space or put a plant in your living room to brighten the space up. Terracotta planters are a trendy yet casual way to display your plants. Don’t have a green thumb? Try low maintenance plants like succulents or Mother-in-Law’s Tongue (yes, that’s a real plant name).
Go bold with green furniture
Like with the textiles and paint, utilizing green furniture in your space should be used as an accent to provide a pop of color.
The soft lines in mid-century modern design balances the bold green color well. Use a green patterned sofa if you’re feeling daring, but keep everything else in the room simple. Refinish coffee table legs in green for a quick furniture update.