The pop of charming green brightens up the living space and is a top trend of the season. Green spots of color can be easily brought home whether you’re looking for a few accents or a full-on redesign. See the picks and introduce some green into your interior!
A green hug
A blanket with a pop of color will delight as a companion to both a simplistic and colorful sofa, bed, or armchair. The bold grass-green Mono blanket warms up during the cold evenings with wonderfully soft 100% wool and invites you to enjoy your free time. The reduced look is complemented by casual fringed ends.
Designed by Charles and Ray Eames and manufactured by Vitra, the DSR chairs are icons that charm in several different colors – including refreshing green. The graphic chair is also known as the Eiffel chair due to the cross-structure of its metal legs. The Eames DSR chairs in different colors can be playfully mixed together.
&Tradition’s Flowerpot VP1 pendant is wearing a fascinating, new shade this fall: signal green. The beloved Flowerpot luminaire exudes an atmosphere of freedom and love from the 60s Flower Power era and became a design icon already when it first appeared. Designed by Verner Panton, the pendant spreads a good mood above the dining table, for example.
The highlight of the table setting
Did you know that the much-loved Aino Aalto tumblers are also available in a wonderful emerald shade? The deep green color emphasizes the characteristic pattern of the glasses, which mimics the ripples of the water. The multi-purpose drinking glasses are suitable for a wide variety of tableware for both everyday and festive occasions.
The main character
The light and playful Robot is a modern little table that delights as a bedside table or as a sideboard in the hallway. Made of powder-coated steel, the minimalist table arouses interest with its fun zigzag legs, and the convenient shelf serves as a storage place for both your favorite books and other important items.
Adding on a bright color doesn’t necessarily require big changes, since it looks good also on smaller interior details. Normann Copenhagen’s Shorebird is inspired by wading birds stepping on the shores and is a sympathetic addition to any bookshelf or sideboard, either alone or in groups of multi-colored birds.
Distinctive green wall
If the room needs a new touch, color it with the Cover Story's interior paint. The shade Jack has a perfectly vibrant mid-green color that catches the eye and brings an inspiring 70s effect to the walls. If you feel unsure about the color, the convenient paint sample stickers are available separately.
Text: Sarianna Määttänen Images: Manufacturers