Because of its versatility, green is well-paired with neutral colours like grey and brown, as well as more vibrant colours like red, pink and orange.
Green is as dynamic as it is refreshing; how you incorporate it is really up to you.
You could use green as the main feature in your room. Using one block colour as the main statement and giving your room a pop of personality is pretty popular at the moment. To compliment your eye-catching main colour, you could layer with accessories in different hues – perhaps curtains, lamp shade or a rug.
Pairing deeper hues with velvet furniture will give your room a more decadent and luxurious feel.
Fallen in love with two shades but can’t decide which one to use? No problem. For a more modern approach, you could use a two-tone wall with contrasting green hues. Having a hard line between the shades will make your room feel bigger and also allow you to use both shades you like in an exciting way.
If, however, you prefer your walls to be more neutral, you could use green accents – cushions, chairs, blankets, plants even - to incorporate a burst of colour. This is less overwhelming on the eye, but remains effective in utilising layers in-line with current trends.
Light green paints will offer a peaceful and calming atmosphere to your room.
Popular light green shades
Dark green paints will incorporate that touch of nature or drama you desire.
Popular dark green shades
Utilising plants, both large and small, is an easy way to incorporate green into any space.
Where can I use it?
Anywhere and everywhere: that’s the beauty of green. Green symbolises peace and harmony, so no matter the shade you choose, you are guaranteed to find something refreshing yet invigorating.
Pairing deeper hues with velvet furniture will give your room a more decadent and luxurious feel