Interior Design Trends 2017: Go Green

This year’s green trend is the perfect remedy for the winter blues.  From the runway, to the auto industry, shades of bright limes, soothing teals  and deep hunters are appearing everywhere.  Greenery, the 2017 Pantone color of the year, evokes the essence of Spring.  Embracing the color green has never been easier and with the right shade, it can work for any decor.  Jump start the feeling of warmth, energy and revitalization by incorporating this color into your home.


St Bart’s Chair in Emerald Velvet from Mod Shop, Shop Terrain Green Vase, Malachite box from L’objet

EMERALD GREEN: For those who love a more rich setting, emerald green is warm, moody, energetic and chic.  With a mixture of animal prints and bright green tones, the Christian Lacroix wallpaper is wildly glamorous.  Green can evoke the feeling of luxury, the velvet arm chair, malachite box and glass vase are all rich accents you can add to showcase the trend.  No matter the texture or material, this green takes on a life of it’s own and becomes a focal point in any room.


BRING THE OUTDOORS IN: There are so many benefits of adding plants to your environment.  Cleaner air, muffled sounds and a feeling of wellness are just some of the perks of having plants.  Additionally, plants are art, beautiful growing sculptures that work with any style of decor and add vitality to your home.  Succulents, one of the hottest plants this year, are some of the easiest plants to keep alive with appropriate light and very little watering.  From sculptural, to spiny, to floral, succulents come in so many shapes, colors and sizes, they can add dimension and depth to any environment

TEAL: Associated with the sea and tropics, teal is a soothing color, mixing two of the hottest trends of the year, blue and green. The color is incredibly versatile, make a bold statement by pairing it with corals or create a tranquil environment by adding grays and whites. 

Wall Paper by Wall and Deco, Currey and Co Chandeleier, Anthropologie Ocean Crater Knob

To see more trend news from Armina, check our her Detroit News Article on updating your home to reflect the trends.

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