Secret design tip: Color is the quickest way to give your home a refresh. And right now, we’re all about going green. The color of energy is right on trend for spring, and for good reason—it’s actually really versatile.
Here, we’ll show you three ways to use green using three completely different styles. No matter which one you love, the verdict is clear: Green most definitely means go.
Green Story: Miami Modern
Ready to make a statement? Using glossy finishes and clean lines, we’re proving modern isn’t just black and white. The inspiration is a chic South Beach hotel, and we used green in the accent pieces while keeping the actual furniture neutral. Think statement pieces like a pair of abstract wall décor, and rich fabrics like a velvety pillow.
Color Story: Coastal
We’re taking the whole room on vacation by trading beachy blues for sea greens. So if coastal décor is your thing, stick with light and bright additions, like nature-inspired wall art or a classic striped rug. Whether you update one piece or go all out, a new color makes it your new favorite happy place—because coming home should always feel like an escape.
Color Story: Modern Loft
Symbolizing freshness and a cool spirit, green makes the perfect match for a modern boho loft. Here, it’s all about using artsy accents paired with industrial elements, like statement lighting and mixed metals. And if you really want to go all in, invest in a colorful accent chair, which will make a big impact in the room. You can still keep the rest of the big pieces neutral, while saving most of your budget for that one big “wow” factor.
Basically, you just can’t go wrong with spring’s “it” shade—and don’t ever be scared to mix and match. After all, the best rooms are the styles that show your personality in every form.