spring has sprung

If you are like me, you can't wait to get outside for walks and playing in the backyard with the family. This month I wanted to share a few tips on how to incorporate the new Pantone color of the year, "Greenery" into your life. What a perfect color for spring! Thanks for reading!


Artwork:

A great way to add color to a room. You can buy inexpensive art and change it up for a quick easy color change. Or you can invest in more expansive art that will last you a lifetime. Either way it adds color and personality to a room.

Etsy- Colorzen Fern Botanical Chart, Set of 3 Watercolor Paintings 20" x 30" $143


rug: 


Indoor/Outdoor rugs have quickly become one of the my go to's as a designer. They're inexpensive, super easy to clean, never fade, come in tons of great bold colors and they're nice and thin making them the perfect rug for a dining spaces and kids rooms. 

Dash&Albert- Diamond Sprout/White Indoor/Outdoor Rug 8.5' x 11' $574


pillows: 


Maybe you don't have a green thumb, no problem. Pillows with prints are a great way to add color and if you have the fills all you need to do is change out the pillow cover with the season. Neutral color seating looks great with some fun colored pillows.
Etsy- Sparkmodern Fig Leaf Pillow Cover in Faded on Hemp $74


Plants, Flowers, Greens:


Nothing makes me happier than walking into a room with live plants or flowers. A fresh bouquet of flowers or a few plants in your house or office go a long way when all you want to see is Green again. If you are like me and have a hard time keeping plants alive go with a succulent or a faux plant (no judgement here). Succulents are hardy, do great indoors and hold up well if you forget to water them, like I always do.
Pottery Barn- Faux Potted Fiddle Leaf Tree $299