10 Ways to Bring Pantone's Greenery Into Your Home
Refresh your home with this zesty hue.
According to Pantone, "Greenery is a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew." The color experts call Greenery "nature’s neutral," and we can’t help but agree.
While it might seem like it’s a bit tricky to incorporate Greenery into your home’s current design scheme, it might be easier than you think. I’ve rounded up 10 of my favorite ways to bring this refreshing hue into your home.
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2: Dinnerware Set
3: Step Stool
4: Nana Wallpaper
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5: Faux Trailing Succulent
6: Hand Mixer
7: Throw Pillow
8: Shower Curtain
9: Striped Knobs
Apple Green Accents
An oversized, chevron-patterned rug brings a fun punch of color to this neutral kid's room. Playful fabrics on the window and bedding add a dose of kid-friendly style.
Stained-glass doors add color and bring a little extra light into the master bedroom. The painted rails (seven shades plus white, in random order) lead to a blue and green playroom upstairs. See more of this home from HGTV Magazine.
Dressed in Green
This dining room is mostly for holidays and big occasions, so it's dressed up with bright green trim on the ceiling and around the windows. The floor has a gradated green wool and linen rug. See more of this home from HGTV Magazine.
Apple Green Showpiece
Contemporary Dining Room
A braided rug anchors this contemporary-style dining area where a trestle-style table, fashioned from mindi wood, becomes its own focal point when surrounded by Parson-inspired dining chairs.
This adorably stylish bunk bed nook is a space-saving dream. Pull the curtain and it's entirely hidden away; open the curtain and reveal two cozy bunks decked out in dapper stripes with under-bed storage drawers.