Stitches and Thickets and French Knots by Molly Timmins from sanderson, Soda Side Table from matisse, Pukka Settee and Gavrinis 3 Rug from ligne roset

Giving monochrome new meaning, tonal shades of green are staging an interior takeover

From hues of subtle olive to tones of luscious emerald, a palette of green is dominating the interior design world in a big way. Already seen in fashion-forward interiors around the world, this tonal trend is favoured for its ability to both deliver a sense of tranquillity and inject some opulence into any space, which is why we’re turning to the experts at Resene to ensure we’re doing it justice.


Lito Trio pendant and Cavern shelf powersurge, Boston overnight bag dadelszen, Olive Trees Basilicata by Alan Pearson sanderson, Vitra Panton chair and Tipton Chair matisse, Ennéa Carrara Marble dining table by Vincent Tordjman and Gavrinis 3 rug ligne roset

Part of this move into green colours stems from the shift we have seen towards green (sustainable) spaces and eco-friendly design. Incorporating verdant tones into the home is an effective way of bringing the outdoors in and imbuing interior spaces with an organic, natural feel that will deliver the kinds of calm, cosy vibes we’re after.


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Lito Trio pendant and Cavern shelf powersurge, Soda Side Table matisse, Olive Trees Basilicata by Alan Pearson sanderson, Vitra Panton chair and Tipton Chair matisse, Ennéa Carrara Marble dining table by Vincent Tordjman and Gavrinis 3 rug ligne roset

The versatility of green is another reason why it has become such a sought-after tone for interior spaces. Take Resene’s use of SpaceCote Flat Vantage Point on the walls of the images above and to the right. On one hand, the distinctive green shade is used like a neutral, in that it perfectly complements the unique furnishings and the Resene Colourwood timber floors (in shade Breathe Easy). But it also elevates the idea of neutrality, bringing some much-needed colour and character to the room.

Incorporating green into your home not only adds depth, but it also provides a sense of renewal and rejuvenation. Our advice? Take the plunge with an eye-catching feature wall in shades like Resene Seaweed, Resene Transcend or Resene Vantage Point and change your space for the better.

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