The Pantone Color Institute annually introduces one color of the year. 2017 brought us Greenery, a zesty yellow-green shade. The emphasis of this color is to revive, restore and renew. Incorporating Greenery into your home with accessories, furniture or textiles can not only add a pop of color but invigorate. Retailers are showing greenery amongst several product groups., and I am seeing the trend in fabrics for spring.
1. Bertoia side chair with green fabric cushion
These chairs are classic pieces that feature a hint of green in the upholstered cushion. The polished chrome base balances well with the organic feel of greenery. Cost: $747 at from Aspen Leaf Interiors in Truckee.
2. Round monochromatic green and gold metal cabinet knob
Bring this shades of green cabinet knob into your home and transform a cabinet or dresser. Knobs cost $5.99 each at Hobby Lobby, Reno.
3. Belgian flax linen place mat and napkin
Revitalize your dining table with these place mats and napkins paired with simple dinnerware from Pottery Barn, Reno. Place mats cost $48 for a set of four, napkins $36 for a set of four at Pottery Barn.
4. Milk glass salt and pepper shakers
Accentuate your kitchen with this pop of green in the form of salt and pepper shakers from Rock Farm, Reno; $49.95 for the set.
5. Green glass decorative spheres
These spheres bring a translucent green that can be placed on a tray, glass hurricane vase or basket and brighten a space. They cost $10 each at Pier 1, Reno.
6. Terrarium from Sierra Water Gardens
Take the step-by-step terrarium class at Sierra Water Gardens or purchase one of these terrariums and bring life into your home while invigorating the space with green. Sierra Water Gardens opens April 1 as it has been closed for the winter. Prices vary at Sierra Water Gardens.
7. Rewined candles
The syrah and mimosa magnum varieties come in a bright green hue and smell like the wine/wine cocktail they’re named for. The combination of the greenery and fragrance will make your home feel energized. They’re made from all-natural soy wax and repurposed wine bottles. Candles cost $29 or $42 at West Elm, Reno.
8. Sprout chevron carved wool Bennet area rug
This chevron rug lends your home a feeling of nature. It costs $299 for a 5-foot-wide by 8-foot-long rug at World Market, Reno.
Olivia Osborne is a senior designer with Aspen Leaf Interiors.