THE GREEN Revolution

Words by Jemma Slevin 

Pantone named ‘’Greenery Green’ the colour for 2017 and I for one am embracing this and love all the jungle and botanic prints that are holding trend since last year. Mixing this with a colonial touch to include dark woods, brass and an abundance of indoor plants, makes for a glamourous and sensual interior – pure escapism!

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Image Credit: TropicAll at etsy.com 

This Banana Tropical wallpaper from TropicAll is stunning. It immediately stirs up the imagination and whisks me off to steamy tropical climates – the north coast of Jamaica comes to my mind. It is to be used in moderation on a feature wall or even have a large section framed to create a bold statement. Be sure to have it in full view as you sip on your Gin and Tonic – the most thirst quenching and sophisticated drink, perfect for the tropics! From £25 a roll, Etsy. 

Delicate and beautiful with an embossed pattern, the Cox & Cox selection of brass frames with brass chain are handmade to give a a charming and rustic look and finish.

Each frame has a brass chain for hanging and a small clasp to open and close.

 Recreate this style by displaying pressed flowers and botanical prints, hang as shown using both portrait and landscape options. Frames from £25 Cox and Cox. 

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Seek and stunning in gold and marble, the Amina Coffee Table from Graham and Green is a statement piece of furniture.

The metallic gold leaf architectural frame is made of iron and supports the smooth white marble top for an envious addition to living spaces.

A Oval Consol Table version is also available that would work perfectly against the jungle wallpaper as shown. Amina Coffee Table £595 from Graham and Green

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A good option for side lighting in your tropical interiors is this little gem from Marks and Spencer.

Antique brass and solid wood table lamp with a black cotton shade, it offers a subtle yet elegant addition. £99 from Marks and Spencer. 

 

I’m completely drawn to this sofa. Not only due to the manufacturers description, ‘Puffed up like a pillow, then soft in the middle. Just like one of our favourite dishes.

With its rounded corners and squidgy feel, this tasty sofa is blinkin‘ comfy,’ but also because it offers simple lines and bundles of room to add feature cusions where you can really go to town on tropical prints, tones of green and even add a bright pop of contrasting colours. £1095 from Loaf. 

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This season H and M have gone all out on their tropical style. Using greens, blue, citrus and pinks they prove that the first rule of eclectic style, is that there are no rules.

There patterened cotton table cloth, £17.99 is ideal for both indoors and out, whilst they gold trays, textured glass vases and printed cushions are all perfect accent pieces.

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