Asian Paints has announced the colour of the year 2021, Cherish, a happy shade of green. This green represents life, rejuvenation, and most importantly hope. The colour is chosen to represent a prevailing mood, interpreted from various trends, and intended to represent the Zeitgeist of our time. But finally, it must also be relevant to design and décor. So, we’ve assembled a list of items that represent the Cherish shade at its best. Some pieces have been custom-designed while others have been curated from an existing collection.
1. Cherish collection by Eliteearth
This collection by Eliteearth has been specially designed around the Colour Of The Year. The green shade has been paired with gold and grey to suit a variety of tabletop products. It’s interesting take on shapes make all the products useful yet good-looking décor accessories.
2. Sagar Ka rang rug by Jaipur Rugs
This rug weaves a story around nature with many elements in it. Yet it is subtle enough that it does not distract you from the overall décor of the space. The colour shows itself in different shades to help recognize details in the design. This beautifully made rug is handcrafted in wool.
3. playBOAT by Raydon Designs
This product takes us back to a time when we made paper boats. It functions as a desk organizer and holds tiny stuff like pins and clips. It is a fun little accessory for your desk.
4. Royal Green Magnetic Board Cum Shelf by Natty
Research shows that the colour green helps with focus. Just one more reason why this shelf cum board is just the perfect combination for your desk.
5. Terrazzo plate by Nestasia
Terrazo is a very popular interior trend at the moment. From tiles to fabrics and even tableware, which in this case also has specks of the topical ivy green.
6. Bottu towel by Idam
This serene-coloured towel has an intricate bottu design. The pattern also helps soak water quicker.
7. Elephant & Palm Tree Print Reversible Dohar by House of
This light weighted dohar has been designed to keep you cool during summer months. The best part? It is reversible.
8. Christmas Kulhar by Indus People
Green-coloured kulhars with bits of gold; you can bring it out just during the Christmas season or celebrate year-round with these.
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