Green and monochrome is all the rage this season. Bring the outdoors inside and combine with monochrome graphics for a rich and sophisticated look. Summer is here and green makes us think of leafy forests and holidays in tropical places.
How should I use green and monochrome in my home?
In interiors, as in nature, green works best as a lush backdrop, like the exotic foliage of a tropical rainforest. Add style with sophisticated graphic monochrome accessories like lampshades, rugs, and cushions. Bring a bit of the leafy outdoors in with a hanging plant or a potted indoors fern or palm. The green and monochrome room-set below was styled by Sian, for sofasofa.co.uk in the latest on-trend colour palette.
Wake up a restful shade of green with cool and edgy monochrome
Credits from L-R: Found on bloglovin.com; Found on desertdomicile.com; Goodhomes Magazine June issue. Charlotte love. Photography Jon day; Tina Hellbery, Idha Lindhag for Elle Interior; Found on happiestaretheprettiest.tumblr.com; Via Mary Middleton Design
So, what are you waiting for?!
See how the discipline of monochrome graphics tame the lushness of a jungly green room. For special offers on our monochrome accessories, sign up to our newsletter at the bottom of our homepage here:
Check out our green + monochrome Pinterest board for more ideas and inspiration.