Introducing Green House

OCT 07|5 min read

Turn your home into an oasis with this season's freshest new hue

Decorating your home with green, whether it’s using bold sweeps of colour, artificial plants or even floral designs, is a trend that will never fade. From sage green and eucalyptus to traditional emerald, these calming colours instantly add a burst of freshness to any space while encouraging us to slow down. Read on to discover just how easy it is to transform your home into an oasis with this season’s freshest new hue.

Two Belgian Vintage Washed Linen Cushions stacked - one dark green the other on top with a green floral pattern on neutral base.
Selection of potted plants on a white timber slat floor with a book open next to it.
Botanical bedlinen with green flora and fauna in abstract watercolour on a neutral base, styled with natural accessories.
Selection of sheets in blue and green hues stacked on top of each other.

Green in the bedroom

A green quilt cover is one of the easiest ways to incorporate this trend without having to execute an entire bedroom makeover. With its lived-in look and gorgeous texture, a bamboo linen quilt cover in cypress or sage will make a statement while offering a soothing sensibility. Pair it back with floral printed sheets – packed in ditsy prints or lush botanical prints ─ for a look full of personality. A pop of green can also come from a luxe throw, a tumble of linen cushions or an artificial pot plant.

Bathroom styled with green textured towels, rattan laundry baskets, and greenery.
Rattan table styled with towel, candle, and selection of bathroom accessories on marble tray.

Green in the bathroom

As the most soothing colour in the palette, you can’t go past green for the bathroom ─ a space that should be devoted to relaxation. Small changes ─ a new bath mat or a soap dispenser ─ can offer a breath of fresh air. Nail the laid-back vibe with a set of plush new towels in a patchwork of green prints or block colours. Try displaying your towels rolled up in a basket ─ natural materials such as wicker and rattan add to that organic, outdoorsy feel. Pop in greenery in the form of artificial plants and you’ve got the look.

Selection of stacked rattan baskets on top of a rug, and some with plants inside.
Boucle Otis Forest Lounge Chairs and matching Ottoman, styled in a living room with green wall.

Green in the living room

Experiment with statement pieces in larger areas such as the living room. An occasional chair or single lounge chair in green has the power to turn heads. Splices of colour still offer the calm and inviting effect sans the commitment. Drape a printed linen blanket or a green boucle throw over your sofa or chair. Or opt for a stack of green cushions in contrasting shades and floral prints. Whether it’s a subtle pot of succulents or a larger fiddle leaf in a wooden pot or wicker basket, filling your space with greenery will make you want to exhale and sink further into the couch.