The first day of spring. Longer days. New growth, buds on trees and flowers. Yellow daffodils and crocus' popping up here and there. A time for new beginnings.
Now is the perfect time to "think green". This month we are talking about how we can bring fresh, bright and healing green into our homes!
There are many types of green. Green symbolizes nature, new beginnings, and has a calming, healing effect. Bright, vibrant greens can be energetic and motivating.
Bring green in with natural plants.
Plants add calming nature, they are fresh and bring in a life.
Add greenery to your home with Randi K. Succulent Sets here;
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Dark Green makes a statement.
Add a dark green couch with dark green walls. Create a sort of "cocoon" space to relax and linger.
Copper is the perfect accent.
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Lime Green adds a pop of energy and modern vibe! I love this lime shade paired with bright pops of color!
When's happy hour?
Shop Randi K. Lime Pillows
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A big trend right now is wallpaper!
There are so many beautiful patterns available now.
Bring green in with beautiful wall coverings.
This fern pattern is fresh and modern!
You could cover just an entry way, or make a bold statement in a bedroom.
Wood always compliments green.
Can't commit to wallpaper?
Add botanical prints.
Shop Randi K. Succulent prints here
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Kelly Green is exciting and energetic.
The brass side table
really pops against the Kelly green shade.
Metallics are a good pair with greens.
This entryway says, welcome!
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Olive green, has a calming effect and is
great for bedrooms.
When paired with black & white,
a modern tone is created.
What goes with green?
*shades of orange! For example; woods. copper, brass and deep rusts
*blue adds contrast and elegance; pillows, lamps curtains
*black and white; curtains, rugs or pillows
*light greens & coral colors
*pale green & bright red
*Lime green and purples; a modern look
*mix different shades of green in one space
"Think green", add botanical prints to your home.
I love this book, just tear out these ready to
frame botanical prints!