A Guide to Refreshing Your Home with Green | NONAGON.style
Refresh Your Home with Greenery

Refresh Your Home with Greenery

Prepared to be green with envy

Written by –
Nonagon Style Team
on July 10th 2017

Green is in for the summer – from island-themed palm leaves to adorable garden succulents. Best of all, the shade is surprisingly versatile. So bring out the zesty shade and give your home a touch of the outdoors, as we share a few of our favorite energizing greenery pieces in this green interior design guide.

Grab a Seat

If you’re unsure where to start with green, how about using it as a pop of color via a statement seating piece?

Green Eames shell armchair | NONAGON.style
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The Eames shell chair will always be a classic piece, but it’s even better in a pretty shade of green. With the Eiffel base giving off clean lines and the smooth curve of the seat, it’s a great piece for a mid-century modern space. We love the cheery combination of greenery and light brown.

Woven green chair with geometric patterns | NONAGON.style
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If geometric patterns are right up your alley, this woven chair might be a good choice. It blends gray with green and lime for an extra dynamic that’ll surely catch anyone’s eye. Whether used as an accent piece for the living room or a cozy seat on the patio, it can instantly refresh the space to give it a more tropical island vibe.

Bold green sofa with vibrant gradient colors | NONAGON.style
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Vibrancy is the name of the game when you have a bold green sofa with a gradient twist. It reminds us of the color wheel gradually lightening as you move closer to the center. We’re loving the 3D effect that comes from the varying hues, while the clean lines make for a sophisticated touch.

Green living room with comfy armchair, plants, rattan furniture and industrial concrete backdrop | NONAGON.style
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It’s lovely to have an armchair in a subdued shade of green, especially when surrounded by organic details like planters and rattan furniture. Paired with a geometric patterned rug and a concrete backdrop, the atmosphere of the living space is softened and welcoming.

 

Wall to Wall

For a bolder take on greenery think about transforming your walls with the shade.

Modern green bedroom and home office with white furniture and cactus plant | NONAGON.style
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Green is known to be the color of growth which is ideal for painting home office walls. It is after all the space to get productive and plow through the day’s work.

Traditional green kids bedroom with matching dressers and framed mirror | NONAGON.style
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Go further by adding green dressers to a little girl’s bedroom for a harmonious flow of energy in the space. It blends beautifully with a dash of powder pink for that rustic chic look reminiscent of 20th century home decor.

Clean Green

We’ve come across plenty of colorful bathroom tiles, but there’s no denying how relaxing this monochromatic bathroom looks.

Contemporary bathroom with monochromatic green wall tiles and symmetrical white sinks | NONAGON.style
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The grid tiles match the symmetrical sink arrangement, exuding balance and harmony for all the perfectionists out there.

Dine in Style

We are staunch minimalist white kitchen devotees, but these greenery-themed accessories and spaces are making us think twice.

Lime green Smeg refrigerator with minimalist chrome handle | NONAGON.style
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Whoever said refrigerators have to be in black or white clearly hasn’t come across a Smeg refrigerator yet. This one is particularly eye-catching, with its rounded edges and minimal chrome handle.

Green kitchen with rustic-style wooden cupboards and drawers, and hanging ferns | NONAGON.style
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You can also dress up kitchen cupboards in fresh green, with plenty of room to get creative with the drawers. This rustic-meets-urban kitchen counter pairs beautifully with the ferns hanging from the ceiling.

Have you been inspired to incorporate greenery into your own home?

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