Green and Pink interiors within home décor has been everywhere this year. Some liken this new classic colour combination to 70’s Miami and others to the revitalised trendy greenery and palm print trend of the 80’s. Either way, everyone seems to love it. The versatility of this interiors combo has also grown due to high street and online retailers expanding their collections. With products now available in various green and pink hues, in a vast variety of textures and tones, we have never had so much choice.
WHY CHOOSE GREEN AND PINK –
Green and Pink décor can really strengthen a feminine space or add a touch of femininity to a more masculine room. When it’s done right, it can really be effective in creating a new mood in the space. Or you could just use these colours as simple finishing touches in a more neutrally designed room.
I want to show you why the pink and green colour combination is so versatile and how you can incorporate this scheme into any room throughout your home.
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The forest green and millennial pink combo is the most glamorous pairing that you can get within this colour spectrum, not to mention the most trendy as well. Forest green is a dark enough hue to form a striking backdrop where any tone of pink will compliment perfectly. You can use dark green as a block colour painted on the walls or have as an accent feature through furniture such as cabinets, sideboards or tables. A white grey tone will add that touch of brightness and the brass and gold finishes add that touch of luxe.
Deep khaki and peach pink with the added touch of mustard yellow is the most quirky and bohemian of these colour palettes. Together, they create a look that reminds you of 70’s and 80’s décor but with a modern twist. The deep khaki and mustard yellow hues are strong and earthy which create a perfect contrast with the girly peachy pink and dusty peach tones. This particular set of colours also lends itself as the ideal backdrop for greenery and plants, even more so of the exotic kind ie palms, cheese plants etc. Both brass gold or copper finishes would compliment this palette beautifully.
For those of you wanting to make maximum impact within your home décor, then this modern hipster palette is for you. You will regularly find these colours frequenting the trendiest of hipster bars and restaurants in cities such as London and New York. By adding black as an accent colour, you are toughening up the look and making it look more masculine and industrial. Plants such as cacti also look great with this style as well as exposed pipes and dramatic dark furniture.
If you are nervous about diving into this trend head first and painting a whole wall, then taking small steps is a great way to see if this colour combo is for you. The most simplest additions would be greenery of plants and accessories such as vases, cushions and decorative objects. Art work would also be a great way to introduce this trend into your home. If you are loving the effect, then slowly add more pieces. For the brave of you, you cannot go wrong with a dramatic feature sofa. – There are some absolutely beautiful pink and green sofas available online now and they will prove to be sound investments in the long term.
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