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The Green House: Your source book for spring

The Neutrals Edit Samantha Gibson

Samantha Gibson

Accentuate this season’s warm neutrals with cool charcoal and dramatic black.

Urban neutrals

Everywhere you look, neutrals are getting warmer, from putty-toned pinks to warm caramels and saffron infused spice tones. These inviting shades lend themselves to so many different design genres, whether you’re a fan of mid-century or seventies boho chic. This simply furnished reading nook is oozing with style, from the warm tones of the teak sideboard to the honey-hued leather armchair. Throughout the room, geometric shapes and monochrome accents help to create an edgy, urban aesthetic.

Tribal vibes

For a bold and different look, pick out darker neutrals with bronze or khaki undertones. These striking shades allow you to be more daring with pattern and colour, yet still give your interior a warm and intimate feel. In this eclectic living room, a classic chesterfield sofa stands out against the fade-out tribal print Roman blinds. Pops of vibrant red fringing and a red velvet lampshade soften the space, while lush green planting adds to the exotic feel.   

Instant impact

Instantly warm up a cool neutral scheme with Wooden blinds and a few well-chosen accessories. In this impressive bay window we’ve chosen practical faux-wood blinds in Nutmeg. A tan leather sofa, and maple wood accent chair extend the look around the room, while splashes of cool grey and monochrome are used to break up the warmer tones.

Modern classic

Take a subtle shift towards warmer neutrals with a largely monochrome palette that’s peppered with creamy fudge and soft caramel accents. In this elegant living room, classic white shutters and a contemporary charcoal sofa create a cool and fresh base, with the rich treacly tones of the parquet bringing the look together in a way that’s stylish and sophisticated, yet still feels invitingly cosy.

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3 different types of Hillarys Floral Blinds in a window behind a sofa

The Green Edit

The green edit is a celebration of nature’s palette, with layers of tone-on-tone green combined with pale pink and lilac.

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The Pastels Edit

The pastels edit combines cool blues, rosy pinks and serene lilacs to create fresh and tranquil interiors. 

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