I am loving this season’s trend for dark moody greens.
Farrow & Ball introduced nine new colours to their range of paints and Banca featured heavily in their launch.
Described as a “protective olive green” and named after Japanese tea leaves “its sober tone creates rooms that feel calm and serene”.
Marks & Spencer have embraced this mood with their range of Meghan floral print bedding which “is perfect for traditionally-designed bedrooms or adding a burst of colour to plain décor”.
I chose this quilt cover and pillowcase set to add some drama to my own bedroom. It ties in beautifully with the two atmospheric Loch Fyne prints that are above the bed. It also forms a close connection with the monochrome en-suite bathroom.
This black and white floor has been a favourite of mine ever since it was laid more than 10 years ago but it was only this year that I took a leap of faith and painted the bath in F&B’s Railings eggshell.
Taking a lead from the colours of the flowers on this bed-set I teamed it with these scatter cushions. The cream and blue ones were from Laura Ashley and the acid green velvet cushions were from Cox & Cox.
Clothing trends have also embraced these seasonal greens with names such as bottle, pine, and evergreen.
Again M&S were right on trend with this ankle skimming skirt, whilst Zara followed suit with these printed tops, and Hush this figure hugging dress.
I also discovered some gorgeous Christmas decorations and costume jewellery in this fabulous shade.
I trust you are now green with envy and will head straight to your High Street to indulge yourself in this AW 2018 trend.