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It should come as no surprise that the colours you pick for interior design of your home plays a very important role in not just giving your space an interesting vibe but also for yourself to truly feel connected and inspired by it.

The colour green is associated with a calming and grounding effect of our sensibilities and surprisingly, not very common in home interiors yet. And that is because it is not an easy colour to style.

Let us take you through some interesting ideas which you can keep in mind while redesigning your home using shades of green;

 

PASTEL SHADES AND MARBLE
Pastel/mint green is one of the most used and loved shades for retro design kitchens which are easy to bring to life by combining it with white fixtures and other pastel shades that complement the green. While you can include wooden chairs and marble tables to balance the sweetness, you must go for pastel pink or grey crockery to enhance the overall design of the space. Not only does this colour render a chic design but also adds a creative vibe to the kitchen.

Modular kitchen design with a beautiful blend of pastel colours & marble interior - Beautiful Homes

Image courtesy, Asian Paints

Make your room design pop with classic blue & green shades for beautiful home interiors - Beautiful Homes

Image courtesy, Design Deconstruct

BLUE, ALWAYS
The shades blue and green go very well together and add a sense of fun to any space it touches. A large canvas art or photograph in green over a sleek console table in the same shade instantly enhances the otherwise neutral space we see above.

If you’re looking to use green as a pop of colour in any room at home, you must surely bookmark this design idea.

GOLD AND VELVET
There is something absolutely magical about velvet couches. Especially if they come in the shade of dark green. If a modern home interior with a touch of gold accent is what inspires you, you must consider placing a green velvet sofa to enhance the space. This is also a great way to add a pop of colour to a neutral space.

Modern home interior with velvet green sofa & gold home décor elements - Beautiful Homes

Image courtesy, MADS Creations

Give your home interior design a tropical theme with solid green prints & colours - Beautiful Homes

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TROPICAL PRINTS IN BLUE, YELLOW AND PINK
A tropical interior theme is one of the most refreshing ones you can choose to go for. The key to achieving a well-balanced tropical interior design is to mix and match solid green and prints through your sofa set. While the green couch here has printed cushions on it, the printed armchair holds a green one, which helps in keeping things interesting without going overboard. The use of wood and gold fixtures is a great way to add some grounding to this vibrant living room design. Notice how the walls and drapes follow the same play as well? 

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WOOD AND TAN
Green walls have the same effect house plants do, adding a sense of calmness to your stressed eyes. Since we all work from home on most days, surrounding your space with grounding green shades is a great way to keep yourself relaxed while interacting with multiple screens throughout the day. A mix of tan and wood can effortlessly balance yet give you a vibrant space.

Design your green interior space with wood & tan home décor elements - Beautiful Homes

Image courtesy, Asian Paints

Put some stunning lemon shades with matte green interiors for your kichen design - Beautiful Homes

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LEMONS AND PINAPPLES
Matte green is a great shade for your kitchen if you prefer darker shades. Coupling it up with white countertops brings about a contrast that subtly brightens the room. We love how every piece in this kitchen adds to the summer vibe of the space, through pineapple and lemon shades and prints.

The key decision you have to make here has to do with the right shade of green for you.

LAVENDER STEALS THE SHOW
Nothing can beat the feeling you get when you curl up with a book in the favourite corner of your house. And to make that experience better, you must try surrounding it with the olive green shade. A minimal yet vibrant space that feels like a summer evening might just be the vacation spot you need inside your home. The wood adds a farmhouse vibe, while a touch of lavender through flowers adds a dash of chicness. Olive green and lavender are surely a beautiful colour combination for any space.

Beautiful olive green space with wooden interiors & lavender shade - Beautiful Homes

Image courtesy, Asian Paints

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