From deep hunter to vintage-inspired avocado, green is a perennially popular choice for decorating, but right now, green is showing up in a new and unexpected way in home decor—as a neutral.
Because greens can have different undertones and look lovely and fresh in even the lightest shades, this color is taking its place alongside cream, gray, and beige neutrals for those looking to switch up their style while keeping the overall color pallet soft and soothing.
If you’re ready for a style that stretches your decor comfort zone, green might be just what you need for a fresh fall look.
This trend is definitely a bit out of the box, but sometimes, you need to try something new to shake things up! We have some tips for bringing this color into your home as a base for a room that’s anything but boring. Whether you’re looking to start from scratch or add green to your existing design, these statement-making suggestions are sure to breathe life into your home.
From soft silvery shades like sage to warm creamy hues, green is versatile. Using neutral greens can be a fun and unexpected way to introduce color into a room. Pale greens come in such a wide range of shades that they can blend easily into homes from different eras and in various design styles.
We’re seeing an overall trend toward unique decor that goes against the status quo, and using an unexpected color as a neutral certainly does that.
Like many natural colors, greens have the calming effect of nature. Fall is a time when much of nature goes dormant, so introducing verdant shades reminds us that even though winter is around the corner, spring will come again, providing a psychological boost on the coldest of gray days.
If you want green to act as a neutral in your home
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