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Perfect topic for the month of March – Emerald Green is the color trend the design industry is talking about. While most shades of green are inherently calming and reminiscent of nature, the color emerald makes a powerful and luxurious statement. It’s versatile enough to pair with nearly any accent color or neutral, and when applied in large doses, it offers a bold effect. Embrace this year’s must-have hue with these ideas for decorating with emerald green.

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According to Etsy trend expert Dayna Isom Johnson, “Symbolizing harmony and growth, along with royalty and refinement, emerald green is the perfect color to remind us to find balance this year.” “We’re already seeing shoppers looking for ways to incorporate this hue, with searches for emerald green items up 64 percent and emerald green decor up 60 percent.”

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Accent in Green!

Artwork is a great way to incorporate your accent color. We love this modern piece by Leftbank Art and the multi shades of green it showcases.

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Credit: Leftbank Art ‘Emerald Lanscape’


Go bold with green

Make a statement with patterned wall covering. Use subtle and clean line furnishings to help draw your eye to the bold accent wall. Green is the perfect back drop for pairing with light or dark furnishings.

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Rooted in nature and rich in tone, emerald green is a naturally cozy color. Use it liberally in living rooms and bedrooms to invite relaxation and rest.


Tropical design

When designing with a tropical feel, green is a must have color. Palms, rattan, bamboo and rich hues of emerald green help complete the look of a tropical vibe. Coral, blue, and yellow are also great colors to include in your palette.

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