How to Incorporate "Greenery," Pantone's New Color of the Year, Into Your Home
It's the most wonderful time of the year, Crayola enthusiasts. https://www.viagrasansordonnancefr.com/viagra-en-ligne/ The Pantone Color Institute has officiailly announced is prestigious Color of the Year for 2017, and it looks like Leonardo DiCaprio was right: we should all be going green.
Well, make that "greenery," a color the institute says is symbolic of "new beginnings" (yes please - you've done us wrong, 2016), and is a "fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature's greens revive, restore, and renew."
Kinda sounds like a perfect hue to add to your home palette, right? Design guru Jay Jeffers certainly thinks so, which is why he handpicked some greenery-inspired items to outfit your home in the new year. The one major no-no when it comes to combining colors? "Green and red," Jeffers cautions. "it will forever feel like the holidays."
AKMD USA-OK Chair, $395
"I love greenery mixed with black and white," Jeffers says. "For a bold look, try painting all the trim black and the walls green!"
"Green brings the outdoors in – select a hue that mimics the greenery outside."
Mid-Century Green Glass Lamps, Vintage, $2,795
"I was recently in Cuba and toured Hemingway’s home there. In his study the walls were mint https://www.acheterviagrafr24.com/acheter-viagra-sans-ordonnance/ green and there was a single chaise lounge upholstered in navy blue. The combination was fabulous!"
Tom Faulkner Berlin Chair, $2,031.
"As with any color, edit," Jeffers says. "Sometimes a little goes a long way. If your upholstery is green, let that be the only greenery in the room. If your walls are green, work with complimentary colors on the furniture."