Interior designers are loving the vibrant and fun spring colours that are popping up in many home decor ideas. At West of Main, we are forecasting that you will see the colour Greenery in many interior design schemes this Spring and Summer.
Pantone was on point when they named the 2017 colour of the year Greenery 15-0343. It is a revitalising shade symbolic of a new start that has the ability to uplift any interior decor scheme. This tone evokes flourishing foliage and emanates the lush layers found in the great outdoors. Pantone suggests that, “the more submerged people are in modern life, the greater their innate craving to immerse themselves in the physical beauty and inherent unity of the natural world.” The colour Greenery reminds people of the freshness of that clear greenscape we all seek on those summer afternoons.
Other than Pantone’s colour Greenery , other tones of greens are being skillfully featured this season. You will find hues of greens in furniture accent pieces and in verdant plants intricately tucked away into a beautiful space. As the backdrop to these crisp greens, interior designers are using soft or vibrant pinks. When pinks coexist with green accents in an interior design setting, they add a light and congenial flavour to the atmosphere. Pinks create that element of “fun” in a sea of serious greens. Lastly, add timber tones and earthy embellishments to finalize and soften the look of the decor. See more of these colour combinations in images below:
In this West of Main home decor project, we styled the kitchen with vibrant pinks and greens to provide a pop of colour in an otherwise monochromatic colour scheme. Check out more Interior Design Ideas from our Classic White Kitchen Design .
The Tarul plant otherwise known as an elephant ear leaf is one of West of Main’s favourite accents to style a photoshoot. Check out more of our Westboro Infill Interior Design project.
Tip: We sourced the plant from a local favourite Bloomfields Flower shop in Ottawa
The wallpaper Stacie Flinner and Leo’s Oyster Bar features pinks and greens, complementing the vibrant tones of San Francisco where the playful Restaurant Design is located.
Bar Luce, a restaurant designed in Milan by Wes Anderson features color-blocked Formica tables and quirky wallpaper in a perfectly modish setting. The details from the sugar packets to the pink terrazzo flooring have us drooling over their Restaurant Interior Design via Vogue
Pantone’s colour of the Year: Greenery 15-0343, encapsulates the feeling of Spring in a nutshell
The Plants on Pink instagram calls a “spade a spade” with the title of their Instagram account. Find beautiful arrangements of plants on pink that will undoubtedly convince you that the colour combination of green and pink are perfect together. We insist you check out Plants on Pink to inspire your next Home Decor project
Catch this fun wallpaper in the powder room of Ottawa’s own Little Jo Berry’s Interior Design.
Lastly, we always like to give local inspiration a shoutout, so if you know of any hidden gems we should be featuring please send us a message via email@example.com We would love to hear from you! Thank you again for reading!
Team West of Main
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When he isn't kayaking Ottawa's white waters or making the team gin & tonics on Fridays, Justin is hard at work behind the scenes at West of Main. Justin is a pillar of the interior design company, he sets the bar high for his staff, and is a team motivator (aka he keeps us in line).
The kitchen Bistro is a classic looking home design idea, that we believe can help make our interior design more enjoyable. In today’s world, our busy schedules require us to put in more effort when it comes to getting together with our loved ones. Those evening dinners that once were a familiar occurrence, are now becoming a rare commodity. How can these moments where we sit down together and savour a new-found recipe become more frequent?