Home is a BSB’s sanctuary. That’s why we’re no stranger to home decor. Check out this home decor featured by Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles. All of the designs incorporate 2017’s official Pantone color greenery.
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“Interiors mirror fashion, I believe the Pantone color ‘Greenery’ will serve as an accent color in designs. Green is a hard color to commit to. We’ll likely see decorative pillows, green glass, and trim before an entire room in this bright color is tried out. Fabric manufactures are often influenced by the Pantone color so there will definitely be moments of this green intertwined into new fabric lines and collections.”
“This color is a challenge, would you really want it on all your walls? Probably not, but I think that’s the difference with a Pantone Color of the Year versus a paint manufacturer’s selection. I can see this bright green showing up as accents; pillows, trim on a drape or even as a statement piece like a chair. It certainly fits well with other trends like brass, which is a perfect partner, or the “new Neutrals.”
“Green is my very favorite color. Growing up on a horse farm, green was the most moving and emotional color. Sitting in a clover field while pulling fistfuls of clover to mix into my pony’s grain dinner, I fell in love with green. The variations of green span the full range of emotions. Dark and moody, light and whimsical, bold and avant-garde. Green can translate into any décor, style or fashion. What does green mean to me? Nature, beginning, trees, blooms, water, the essence of life on our beautiful planet.
“Typically we understand color as an object, things that are smaller than we are – shoes, nail polish, emeralds….When coloring spaces, we become the object. In planning living spaces, it’s vital to explore and include our clients, personality, lifestyle and location.”
““Love this color, it is fresh without being harsh, it is grounding without being earthy. It will be a great accent or feature color. I am looking forward to using pops of this when accenting a neutral interior.” –