St. Patrick’s Day inspires decorating with the color green.
The color connection between the St. Patrick’s Day and the color green dates back to the 17th c to what some perceive as an association to the lush landscape of the Emerald Isle.
Green is a classic color that evokes the splendor of the outdoors, four leaf clovers, St. Patrick’s Day, and the essential recipe for spring.
“Green is the prime color of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises.”
– Pedro Calderon de la Barca
Classic color, texture, and pattern frames a picturesque setting.
Bowood by Colefax and Fowler
Decorating with the color green is a proven in-house formula for amplifying the beauty and patina of the woods and finishes detailed in antique pieces.
Creating cozy yet elegant spaces isn’t as difficult as one may think.
Believe it or not, antiques pieces are the answer when the goal is to create a warm, rich, and yes, cozy aesthetic.
I love this “in my own little corner in my own little chair” space within a space in beautiful design and decorating with the color green accents detail by Ashley Montgomery Design.
Antiques take very well to spaces enhanced by decorating with the color green.
Minnette Jackson – One Kings Lane
Scouting accessories and accents in the style of suggestion:
Interiors that incorporate the color green as the main palette choice or well appointed accent color will invariably catch the eye.
Decorating with the color green associates a natural beauty with a tangible balance that easily flows from space to space and shade to shade, complementing the core elements of design and decor.