"It's not easy being green...." Well it is this year! Green is the color of the year, and I'm loving some of the green accents I've been seeing in the design world lately. Thought I'd do a roundup of my favorites & maybe there's something in here that inspires you too!
I discovered de Gournay's hand painted wallpapers just the other day and now I'm obsessed. My love affair with botanicals continues. On a visit to their showroom last week, I saw their various collections & the different materials they paint on, from tea paper to silk & their exquisite catalog of paintings. In love with their mural wallpapers, particularly the chinoiserie.
Fiddle leaf fig trees create such a spot of joy in any room. I've seen people pot them in wicker baskets or seagrass baskets like these at Target, and it looks pretty great. You could get the nearly natural version too if you're not the best plant mom! :P
Banana leaf / tropical leaf pillows give a room that relaxed, breezy vibe. And they're very on trend. Love the pairing with beige, black & white.
Agate coasters...I've only recently become aware of how fantastic of a design element agate can be. I saw these coasters at a friend's place in a tray & loved them touch! I tried to look up if there were any sellers on Etsy who'd make these at a budget-friendly price, and lo & behold, I found one - 309DesignCo . They'd make for GREAT hostess gifts for someone who's into modern/eclectic.
More green & gold - this dresser spotted at High Point Market last week. I love the details - the gilded bamboo and the pinwheel knobs.
I also found this DIY green & gold nightstand by Maggie Overby Studios. Using a slide under sofa table as a metal base to give it height is GENIUS! And the end result looks great.
I saw pictures of this Alabama cottage in House Beautiful that has beautiful interiors and exteriors with different shades of green throughout. The lamp in the indoor dining makes a statement, and that outdoor dining terrace submerged in nature, is something else! THE perfect setting for a meal.
Painting kitchen walls & cabinets is one of my favorite decor ideas right now. It's cool to see before & after pictures of remodeled kitchens, and it's craaaaazy how paint can transform it, bringing in a sense of space and light. Here's a few paint colors I thought were impactful but not overwhelming.