Why Green is the everlasting trend

Why Green is the Everlasting Trend - Wendy Moore

5 min read
Wendy Moore shares her not-so-well-kept favourite colour trend, how to use it and why it’s here to stay.

The Evergreen Trend
There’s something so inspiring about the colour green, a perennial favourite of mine. It’s trending now in kitchens, best embraced in a swathe of varying hues and layers to bring depth and interest. Here’s how to make it work:

The green wash
If you’re like me and have been lusting after green for a long time, you might be ready to jump in feet first, and why not? Embrace this hue by making a bold statement with appliances, as seen here on the Belling Richmond Deluxe Colour Boutique 90cm Dual Fuel Range Cooker in Mojito Mint. This refreshing shade elevates the sophisticated aesthetic in this kitchen.

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It’s not going anywhere
Trends will always be driven by nature, because it is truly the most inspiring design source there is. Think about the depth and drama of the ocean - aquatic greens and blues, yet detailed, interesting, unique. These cabinets are painted in Dulux ‘Lorna’.

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Success secret: Layering
Layering different layers, textures and depths of the colour green is the difference between it being a design statement and a true design victory! Just like in nature, green is best used in gentle layers; this look is via UK company Devol Kitchens. Gorgeous, right?

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Dip your toe in
Not quite sure if this look is for you? That’s ok - start small! Use just a dash - small appliances by Morphy Richards do the job here, ready to play support act to that gorgeous new Belling cooker, when your confidence builds.

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Wendy Moore

Interiors expert Wendy Moore is renowned for her understanding of what Australians want from their homes. Wendy and her team at The Interiors Edit are focussed on achievable dreams, attainable style and leading trend development and evolution that works with the way we live.

Known across the country as the host of Selling Houses Australia, Group GM of The Lifestyle Group of Channels and Homes Editor at Australian Women’s Weekly, Wendy’s resume also includes a decade on leading trend forecasting publication Australian Home Beautiful, as well as a judge on Channel 7’s House Rules.

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