Kirsten Grove

Runway to Color Palette: A Green Holiday

With the holidays here, the decision on how to decorate your house can feel overwhelming to some. Do you go traditional Santa? Do you go contemporary with jeweled tones? Do you scratch it all and have a quiet Christmas? If you are somewhere in between, consider having a serene, green Christmas with light splashes of red. It’s calming, it’s organic and it can be set up weeks before Christmas without being too flashy. Inspired by this cool ensamble, all you need to do is use several tones of green to create a nice festive backdrop with other colors accessorizing. Here’s the look:

Products: Dinner Plates, Feather Pine Sprays, Cooper Vase and Deer Wall Art.

For the rest of this shopping guide, including more products from this color palette, go here.

Color Inspiration: Jacket.
For a dramatic color on the walls or other focal places, try Green Brook (517). It will instantly create a lovely mood.

Color Inspiration: Jacket.
Garland Green (429) is a light and airy. It makes for a great accent color and can be used in blankets, ceramics and even upholstered pieces.

Color Inspiration:  Jacket.
Use a hue like Forest Hill (433) in garlands and other accessories.

Color Inspiration: Shirt.
Universal Black 2118-10 is great for breaking up color.

Color Inspiration: Lipstick.
If you need some more color in your palette, use Smoldering Red in ornaments, bowls, throws and other accessories.

Photo via Lucky Magazine.  Paint via Benjamin Moore.

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