Green is back! Can I tell you how happy I am about this? And not for the reason you may think. I don't actually care if it's in style, but I love it, and all the time it was "out" I've had the hardest time finding pillows, fabrics, bedding... literally anything in green. What I found was once it was decided it was "out," fabrics lines and stores like Pottery Barn, Wisteria and Ballard Designs discontinued it. All of it! So I would look at a rug or a pillow and within the 3 or 4 color options, green would never be one of them. When I was changing my master bedroom bedding two years ago, I had such a hard time that I ended up buying my comforter on Ebay! It was a (no shocker here!) discontinued green one from Restoration Hardware!
But now it's back. It's been named Pantone's Color of the Year and I'm seeing it more and more which thrills me to no end. Granted, the Pantone color "Greenery" is a brighter, more apple green than the one I'm drawn to, but I truly love any green. And, the fact that it's been deemed "back" in any shade means we will see more of all of it going forward. I'm still in the middle of making decisions on my own family room re-do and for once, my procrastination has paid off! I originally planned to do it in blues, but now I may do a mix of the two. I adore blue and green together! Green seems cheerful and restorative, especially after the long winter so I suspect that as spring gets closer, we will begin to see it a lot!
Gorgeous! Love this room. By Barbara Westbrook.
Interior design by Karen Davis via New England Home.
Design by Shelley Gordon via Traditional Home.
I'm such a fan of Brooke Giannetti, and she uses green a lot in her spaces. The subtle touches here are just perfect! Via Veranda magazine.
And what if you are not a fan of green? Or, maybe you like green, but you don't want to change too much or make that big of a commitment. If you have neutral or white interiors, you can incorporate green with plants or flowers.
This timeless kitchen is in a folder I have a tear outs from magazines - and I'm sure it's 10 years old but I still love it! Design by Andrew Raquet. Design by Rose Uniacke.
Gorgeous living room with very subtle touches of green. Love the mirror! Amy Howard via Traditional Home.
This isn't new, of course, but this cover of The Houses of Veranda with it's subtle touches of greens, blues and blue/greens is amazing!
Designer Suzanne Kasler's dining room.
A lovely and serene bedroom by Brooke Giannetti. Her greens are always soft and subtle.
Adore this space from designer Shannon Bowers. The touches of green just make the room!
Gorgeous soft mint green bathroom. By Huff Dewberry via Traditional Home.
Love this whole space! Charlotte Moss. I used this to illustrate the Pop of Color trend last month, but I just had to use it again because I love it so much! Evars and Anderson Interior Design.
How adorable is this nursery?! Wow!! AFK Furniture.
Pops of brighter green against neutrals again. Anne Hepfer Designs. Adorable kelly green front door! Shop the Post! (*this page contains affiliate links for your convenience)