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The truest way to express this trend is by using emerald green to relate to the outdoors. When you have big windows that include views of beautiful plants, it’s easy to outfit a space in all shades of emerald green and tie indoor and outdoor space together.Tip: If you don’t have fantastic windows like these (I certainly don’t!), the trend is still within your reach. Consider planting trees or other greenery directly outside your windows, then accessorizing your space with emerald green to create that cohesion between outside and in.
7. Leave space behind the window. If you have the space, why not just let the bed float in the room? The minimal legs on all the furniture enhance the floating feel.How have you solved an awkward bedroom layout? Share your photo below!Next: Browse more bedroom designs
On the other end of the spectrum, if you love green but don't want to feel like you're living in Kermit's Palace, use several shades and hues to give your space depth. Dark hunter greens, bright leafy greens and softer, citrus yellow-greens layer beautifully in both home and fashion, as illustrated by this tropical number from Blugirl.