This year’s hottest hues may have bent toward the warmer, pinker end of the spectrum, but green was a huge trend as well, though not in the all-encompassing fashion of rose gold and pale pink. Verdant shades became some of this year’s most popular home decorating hues in unexpected and surprising ways. Here are three of our favorite shades and some tips for integrating them into your interior design.
Evergreen shades found in nature can serve as an extraordinary neutral for accent walls and decorative flourishes. Try a leafy wallpaper or a few low maintenance houseplants to bring a bit of that lush, variegated, foresty green into your living space.
Teal had a remarkable year in interior design trends. The dramatic jewel tone is ostentatious without being too stuffy, elegant without pomposity and trendy without being over the top. This deep hue can bring grandeur and opulence to a room when used as a statement-making window treatment such as roman shades, cellular shades or window cornices.
Lime green shades may seem overpowering, but when paired with soft whites and pastel neutrals can make for an ultra-modern interior design. Relegate your lime green to accent walls, small details like throw pillows and trims, and simple window treatments for restrained enthusiasm.
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