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Home Décor Inspo: Green Edition

In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day we’ve decided to give you a guide on how to incorporate green into your home décor without it being overwhelming. Lucky for us, green has actually become quite a trendy color in home décor making it a lot easier to find green accent pieces for your home. Here are some additions to consider going green at home!

Green couch – Green couches have been especially trendy this year, Emerald Green to be more specific. This is a larger more expensive piece to add, but if you’re looking for some more permanent color in your living room, this is the way to go.

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Plants – Without a doubt the easiest most subtle way to add green to your apartment. If you’re not great at keeping plants alive try opting for succulents or even fake plants (they’ve been making them look really realistic nowadays — no one will know).

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Green Art Pieces – Another easy option would be to find some green prints that you like and faming them. Definitely gives more of a modern vibe.

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Green Pillows – Decorative pillows are easy to switch out with seasons, why not have some green pillows stored for St. Patty’s Day and let them contribute to your overall spring décor for a couple of months?

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Green Chairs – This option is similar to the green couch suggestion, but a little more affordable. Still a great accent piece offering a pop of color to the room without being the center of attention.

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