Color of the Year 2018: Emerald Home Decor
The color of the year for 2018 is Emerald. After ruling almost every runway at fashion week, the lively and radiant emerald green has become this year’s hottest hue. From clothing to shoes, nail lacquers to hair colors, it will be popping up everywhere this year.
This must-have green is a great color choice for those who want to incorporate a vibrant splash into their home decor. Spring decor is all about bright colors and cute prints and what better way to create a fresh and pleasant home than by adding emerald color. The bright and energetic tone of green can be easily incorporated into any room to freshen up your home.
Here are some easy decor tips for using emerald color into your home:
Bed Linen: Invite a little spring color into your bedroom using soft and luxurious bed linens in emerald color. Available in prints of flora’s, polka dots, stripes, butterflies, leaves and many more, emerald colored linens add some warmth to space.
Tableware: Make a statement using green tableware. Table is the of a room and emerald tableware can really make an impact. Don’t forget to use plates, bowls, holders, glasses and dinnerware with emerald green designs for a beautiful presentation.
Cushion Cover: Vibrant and peppy emerald cushion covers work well for spring decor. Spruce up your space using decorative emerald covers to revitalize your cushions.
Light Fixture: Refresh home by adding emerald chandeliers, sconces, candle holders or lamps. These light fixtures provide nice glow to home and look lovely as decorative accents. Ensure that light fixtures go well with chosen theme and decorations.
Dresser: Emerald dresser can be a functional and stylish addition to any room in home. You can find them in elegant, funky, antique, contemporary and many more styles to enhance appearance of bedroom.
Crystal Vase: You can opt for sparkling crystal vases in this jewel-like hue for a striking touch. They would provide show-stopping drama to every room.
Don’t be afraid to go bold. Mix and match the go-to color with other lighter and darker shades to add a pop of color to your space.