Go Green, See Green That Is…

by Joshua Lavelle


When it comes to styling green whatever tone you decide to use in your home, be it a subdued colour or a bright pastel, sea green will provide a refreshing backdrop, especially when paired with crisp whites. Cool sea green works best in an area that features it’s colour wheel neighbours like green-blue or violet blue. It really makes a statement when surrounded by neutrals such as warm grey or taupe. Sea green is ideal for those of you looking to create a soothing and sophisticated space. So how do you incorporate sea green into your home? 

Well below are some of my top tips on incorporating it into your home.


Pink and Green should always be seen. 

These two colours complement each other very well. If you paint your walls a sea green then pair it with pink velvet accent chairs. This will offset against the green colour on the walls and create a soothing space. The Gold highlights on the chair’s legs and the gold circular coffee table instantly add a touch of glam.








Make Your Guests Green With Envy With A Statement Sofa.These two colours complement each other very well. If you paint your walls a sea green then pair it with pink on the chair’s legs and the gold circular coffee table instantly add a touch of glam. velvet accent chairs. This will offset against the green colour on the walls and create a soothing space. The Gold highlights

Greys and beige's might go with anything but if you’re feeling brave, why not opt for a sofa in a green hue! By doing so it will draw you into a room and add a touch of modern style. If you really want to go that extra mile use darker colours on the walls and incorporate metallic accents into the room.

This will give the illusion of brightness in the room to help it not to appear overly dark.

Make A Scene With Orange And Green.

It’s no surprise that orange and green compliment each other. Go super glam and pair sumptuous fabrics with a deep green wallpaper. Orange is a great accent colour as it will instantly lift the space and due to its warm hue will also make it feel super cosy!

Add Some Shock With A Colour Block.

If you’re feeling brave colour blocking is a great way to create an impact. Think, dark green walls paired with a blush pink sofa together and accents in a mustard yellow. The combination will create a very welcoming scheme that’s not over the top.

If you are still struggling with the idea of how to use sea green why not call into one of our stores and check out how we style our displays.