Green in our homes
Who hasn’t wanted to get away from the urban hustle and bustle that surrounds us? As living in a healthier and more sustainable society becomes a priority again, we crave nature, green and escape. Contact with nature is imminent, the fantasy of returning to nature has never been as powerful as it is today. At last!
Plants, in addition to the patterns and silhouettes they bring to a decoration, have a beneficial effect on the air we breathe, and bring a visual as well as mental freshness we can’t do without.
And this return to green is perfectly in tune with the times, since the Pantone colour for 2017 is ” Greenery “. This intense and luminous green, which perfectly evokes lush nature, invites us to take a deep breath and oxygenate ourselves.
So no more excuses, let’s put some green in our interiors. The colour green is indeed present on all fronts and is available in all shades to dress our homes with its exotic inspirations. The tropical trend, those wild desires, our dreams of a luxuriant jungle inspire us well for this.
The colour green is Greenery of course, but we try to vary the tones: duck green, water green, olive green, everyone has their favourite tones, there is a choice! Also, if palm and banana leaf prints are very trendy this year, we also want real plants that make us breathe!
By the way, take advantage of a very green promo code #designmarket10 which will give you a 10% discount on the parispousse.frwebsite selling design plants.
Parispousse.fr is our latest plant and digital discovery. It is a real online market dedicated to indoor and outdoor plants, with a very design approach since they offer both plants and pots. Their team selects trusted potters, horticulturists and manufacturers who are not the usual standard seen in garden centres. You’ll find everything from natural soil pots to light hanging baskets, from jungle plants to terrariums.
Here are our inspirations, green to infinity and beyond!
1 – Kentia palm tree & Horticultural pot on sale on parispousse.fr | 2 – Anvia floor lamp in lacquered metal, JJM HOOGERVORST – 1950 | 3 – Knoll side table in Carrara marble, Eero SAARINEN – 1960 | 4 – Gispensofa model 1720 by André Cordemeyer – 1960
1 – Pair of armchairs “Tulip” Knoll International, Eero SAARINEN – 1990 | 2 – Industrial table lamp in chromed metal – 1970 | 3 – Monstera & Horticultural pot on sale on parispousse.fr | 4 – “Tulip” Knollchair in fibreglass and beige fabric, Eero SAARINEN – 1950
1 – Reggiani floor lamp, Goffredo REGGIANI – 1960 | 2 – Aloe vera & Grey fibre cube on sale on parispousse.fr | 3 – AP-19 “Papa Bear” grey armchair , Hans J. WEGNER – 1950 | 4 – Knoll marble coffee table, Eero SAARINEN – 1960
1 – Dark green convertible sofa, René Jean CAILLETTE – 1960s | 2 – Rolling educational poster W. Hagemann, Jung-Koch QUENTELL – 1970 | 3 – Side table model 701, Hans BELLMANN – 1950s | 4 – Sanseveria & Pot Ravel on sale at parispousse.fr
1 – White Zamioculcas & Ravel Pot on sale on parispousse.fr | 2 – Vintage Niels Eilersen armchair in teak, Illum WIKKELSO – 1960 | 3 – Round coffee table “Astro” G-Plan in teak and glass, Victor WILKINS – 1960 | 4 – Large vintage Azilal rug in wool – 1950