No discussion on home and interior design is complete without attempting to cover in part or in full the concept and use of colors. With the right colors, you can do a lot with your interior design.
Colors are highly functional. It can make a room appear larger or smaller. Green is the color of life, nature, and energy, and is associated with harmony, safety, and positive environment.
Green, although, seemingly soothing to the eyes as well is more of an expression of human will, persistence and determination. The color represents firmness and consistency and when used in living spaces can emit a sense of personal security and self-esteem. When paired with light gray, light shades of green can create a contemporary look.
Green can be used in almost any room. In the living room, green can be on an accent wall, on furniture, decorative pillows, rugs, accessories, throws, paintings, vases, in combination with other colors according to your taste.
For example, a emerald green sofa could be the focal point of the living room and will give a modern fresh look.
Dark green complements creamy, neutral tones. It also bring a pop of color to a monochrome decor.
You can’t fail when you combine green with white. It’s fresh and vibrant.
No living room is complete without a green plant. Plants add color, shape and freshness to a room. Like artwork, furniture, and accessories plants are a wonderful complement to your home decor. No matter how you decide to do it, decorating with plants helps bring to bring colors and shape.
Green can be fresh and subtle at the same time; it’s the perfect alternative for those who find neutrals too boring.