From fabulous to bold, bright, and beautiful … green.
Green is having a moment right now and not only because it’s March. From hunter to olive, green is gaining popularity in every room in the house. A color that embodies renewal, rejuvenation, and energy, green is more than a passing trend.
We can’t get enough of it in the kitchen. Green is a soothing color that can lend an earthy, organic vibe to a kitchen when paired with wooden accents it ranks among top choices for kitchens. The color exists in a wide range of shades and tones, from pale to saturated and high-energy, adding character to your kitchen and looking good with white cabinets and countertops.
We simply adore this richly textured, turquoise-colored faux leather console piece we’ve recently selected for an amazing project in Arizona. This refined design will add a pop of color to the entry foyer. Love the brushed brass details, wrapped handles, and tapered legs.
From mild, soft, and spa-like to dark and mesmerizing green is an excellent choice for a bathroom that exudes charm and lots of character. The multi-tonal green tile adds lots of movement and brightness to the walls keeping the space from being too heavy. Contrasting white flooring and vanity top anchors the space with gold details adding just the right amount of shine.
Velvet is a strong and popular fabric as we moved into 2021, and is now more practical than ever, often featuring easy-clean technology. A clever upholstery technique called channeling creates a contemporary, on-trend sofa design with an Art Deco feel. Color-wise, we’re looking to nature with inky blues and moss greens. Combine these velvety hues with eye-catching details and you have a best-selling trend.