How To Bring Emerald Green Into The Home.

POSTED: September, 25, 2019

Undoubtedly one of this year’s most prominent colour trends, green has well and truly taken over our homes. From velvet soft furnishings to dramatic painted walls, there are a number of different ways to make the deep shade of emerald green work in your interior scheme.

If you really want to go for it and achieve an all-out statement look, it’s all about layering. Whilst you need to be brave to opt for this approach, it can truly pay off to create a space that is all at once stylish and sophisticated as well as welcoming and cosy. The centrepiece of any living room, your sofa will dictate the rest of the room’s décor. Opting for a custom-made emerald green sofa or accent chair will set the mood and become a characterful focal point. Whether you layer with the same colour or varying shades of green, an all-out approach is guaranteed to pay off and leave you with a cohesive emerald retreat.

Another way to successfully make this colour work in your home is to pair it with other dark, sumptuous hues as well as complementary accents and finishes. Set against a deep green painted wall, the antique brown finish of a piece of furniture will evoke a sense of traditional grandeur with a modern colour twist. Complemented with vintage accessories such as candleholders and picture frames, this look is the perfect blend of contemporary and classic.

For a bolder alternative, team emerald painted walls with a monochromatic, geometric palette using floor tiles. The contrast between the full coverage of the paint colour on your walls and the eye-catching pattern on the floor will work wonders in a hallway as well as spaces such as bathrooms and kitchens.

And remember, there are ways to incorporate darker shades into your home by balancing with some lighter finishes. Seen here, our Bellona sofa in a dark emerald green looks perfect against a light wood floor. The ideal combination of light and dark, the navy blue accent wall and sofa deliver a sense of warmth, whilst the lighter surrounding walls, floor and soft furnishings add a final touch of brightness to lift the space.  

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