pantone emerald green colour of the year 2013An Emerald Green color palette is a stunning choice! The luxurious green color has been popping up in decor, fashion and everything in between.  With the right color palette, Emerald Green can be dramatic, fun or exotic. Here are a few color palettes we put together using Emerald Green.

Dramatic Emerald Green

This gorgeous dining room combines dark gray walls with rich Emerald Green drapes for a dramatic design statement. Emerald Green accents are a great way to add drama to an otherwise neutral color palette. For a more subtle look, use the Emerald Green in small accents throughout the room rather than one large statement piece.

drama colour palette with emerald green

Dining Room by Kay Douglass Interior Design. Suggested Emerald Greeen Color Palette: General Paint

Oxide CL 3126N, Jack Pine CL 2087N, Mistaya CLW 1042W, Rodeo Dust CLC 1251D

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Sources: Windsor Chair by Chair Source, Chandelier from Living Lighting, Eden Mosaic Tile from Lowes, Line Art Hardwood from Lauzon, Throw Pillow by Jillian Rene Decor, Handcarved Stone Bowl from Said To Much, Van Gogh Quartzite from Interstone Marble & Granite.

Fun Emerald Green

This colorful chair from Sico combines Emerald Green with bold primary colors for a bright, fun look that is perfect for a college dorm room, a teenager’s room or child’s room.

fun colour palette with emerald green

Inspiration Image provided by Sico Paints. Suggested Sico Paint Emerald Green Color Palette:

Emerald Silk 6130-73, Venusian Blue 6001-53,  Ming Red 6052-65, Clover Honey 6095-54

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Sources: Casabel Chair by Chair Source, PS Coffee Table by Ikea, PS Drawer Set by Ikea, Metallic Green Vail Mirror by Wayfair, Baseball Field Pendant from Royal Lighting

Exotic Emerald Green

One of the staff here in the office suggested that the color could be quite beautiful in a peacock themed color palette. Paired with a rich purple, bold blues and stunning gold accents this Emerald Green color scheme would create a stunning, exotic space. To pull off this look, go for luxurious fabrics like silk and satin and tasteful gold accent pieces.

exotic colour palette with emerald green

Color Suggestions: General Paint

Glory CLV 1181N, Galway CL 2197N, Jack Pine CL 2087N, Searant CLV 1161D

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Sources: Bachelor’s Chest from Bassett Furniture, Throw Pillows: Thro by Marlo Lorenz, Silk Pillows in Purple and Teal, Peacock Feather Pillow, Glass Candlesticks by Rural Urban, Venetian Lace Tealight Holder, Gold Chandelier from Royal Lighting

For more Emerald Green Inspiration, follow our Emerald Green Pinterest Board.

Succulent-Inspired Emerald Green

Succulents have been trending in design for a couple years now. It’s no surprise that this beautiful green hue pairs well with a deep blue (with purple undertones) and softer shades of green and grey.

emerald green succulent

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Blushing for this Emerald Green

What a gorgeous color combination of blush pink with emerald green. The rich hue paired with the shade of pink is a classic mixture of contract to create impact. 

emerald green and blush pink color palette

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Citrus-Chic Emerald Green

Let’s head to the orchard and draw inspiration from nature. I love how this color palette puts a sunny twist of the otherwise dark hue. 

emerald green and orange color palette

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Emerald Green in a Lavender Field

This color palette is reminiscent of a lavender field in France where the beautiful color complements the blue sky and surrounding greenery. 

emerald green and purple color palette

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Crystal Williams

As Online Editor for Canadian Home Trends Magazine, Crystal has a passion for design and decor. She enjoys browsing the web to find new, exciting decor ideas, DIY projects and unique products to share with her readers. With formal training in graphic design and a background in the event planning/design business, Crystal looks at design from all angles to give readers a fresh perspective.

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