Colour Schemes: Botanic Greens

The beginning of the year and Pantone's announcement of Greenery being the colour of the year seems a long time ago now. But green is still going strong, and we're particularly enjoying the lighter shades or so called 'botanical' greens. These shades go great alongside other textures such as light woods and metallic accents like this Hummingbird Rotary (5).

This Fraken (1) fabric from Klippan is becoming increasingly popular, with it's delicate shades of green and on trend fern pattern. We think it would look lovely as a duvet cover set, and why not drape over this Field Green throw (2) to tie the colours together?

For a more clean and minimal look this selection of plain coloured fabrics from Himla are great for adding simple and calm touches of geenery. Maya Fern (2), Ebba Linden (3) and Maya Lime/White (4) are all pale shades of green reminiscent of a herb garden, they'd look great standing alone or combine together, set them off even more with some cooper accessories such as this Copper Candle Holder (1) from Begnt & Lotta or this Hummingbird Rotary (5).

For something more patterned how about Slottskogen Green (5) from Almedahls? A homely forrest print which would look great as a cushion, why not boldly clash the patterns with this Samba Yellow (4) lambswool cushion over for a really country cottage look? Another great patterned fabric is Woodpile Spruce (5) from Skinny La Minx, a wonderful geometric pattern in a light sage colour. Accessorise with this Herbs & Spices (3) art print and some light wooden furniture for a really Scandinavian feel. 

Let us know if you've been inspired by any of our posts, share with us on Instagram @swedishfabricco!

 

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