We’ve been into all shades of green over the years, but in 2019 – we’ve joined the dark side.
Dark and moody colour tones have been getting more and more popular for a while and have been creeping into our houses for a while now… But finally, dark green is now trending in full force.
Amy Rowlands, property guru says “this particular shade of dark green has some hints of grey in the undertone making it less loud and more sophisticated.”
If you haven’t seen it already – you will! Similar to marmite, it’s either loved or loathed.
Love it as much as we do? Here’s 3 top tips on how you can introduce this delicious colour into your home:
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If your décor is already cream and neutral tones, it’ll be extremely easy to introduce dark green – The two colours complement each other effortlessly.
Whether you’re wanting to use dark green as the main statement colour or just as an additional pop of colour, we doubt you’ll be disappointed.
Dark green and pink have become a huge trend in the world of interior design.
These two colour tones partner up perfectly proving that opposites really do attract!
If you’re a little more adventurous with your interior styling, why not throw some pink cushions, throws and/or accessories into the mix?
Looking for something more on the swanky side?
Nothing screams luxurious quite like a moody dark green statement colour against hues of gold.
Hint – this look works well in smaller spaces such as bathrooms or studies!