Green is the color of nature and there’s a reason why it’s so soothing and relaxing. You don’t need to move the forest inside your house to feel the spirit of nature – there are much easier ways to feel that calmness and decorate your house in green tones. It’s one of the most forgiving colors that simply blends into any color scheme.
The Mesmerizing Jade
We at Elite Cleaning love jade. It’s such a lively color that plays so well with others. You can either go full jade and paint the rooms or simply accentuate the current room decor with well-placed pieces like pillows, vases, a matching rug and interesting curtains.
Light Green for a Light Touch
Virescent means greenish and that’s exactly what a room intended for relaxing or even sleeping should exude. Reinvigorate the space by adding light furniture with light green details, fluffy pillows, and a soft, shaggy rug. Virescent goes well with white tones and it will help you catch the light during the day while making it super-cozy and relaxing for pleasant dreams.
Power-Up the Living Room with Green and Gold
The color scheme fit for royalty – green and gold tones go so well together you will feel the richness and luxury every time you walk into your living room. Lighter shades around the room play well with soft and warm beige walls while the greenery pulls accentuators into focus. Place a couple of leafy plants and voila – you have your own palace inside a home.
Re-Energize with Citron
Citron is a bold choice and as such is perfect for kitchens and living rooms. It will reinvigorate your living areas, and wide leafy plants will sit there so well you won’t even need your morning coffee. Citron with nicely blended tiles and a couple of well-placed details are a great way to avoid the general dullness of bathrooms. This way you will bring in the positive energy and flare!
Invite Nature in with Grassy Greens
Beige and Champagne tones are simply in love with grassy greens, and who are you to put a stop to that love? Nurture it with a couple of smaller plants on the table and a large leafy centerpiece on the side, reupholster your dining chairs and add some tiny tiles between the cabinets. Walking into a kitchen would feel like a morning walk in the woods.