Pantone Color of the Year: Greenery & How to Use it in Your Home

To be honest, when I initially heard that the Pantone Color of the Year was Greenery, I wasn't super hyped about it. I had images of my college apartment's green, shaggy carpet from the 70's flashing through my head that I had attempted to cover with a cheap IKEA rug. As you can imagine, it didn't go well. 
But alas I was can actually be a unique and fresh addition to your home (and I'm not talking about green shag carpet). I've been surprised as I've been experimenting with green and how much I've enjoyed the happy little vibes from it around the house!
(When we lived in DC, we frequented Old Town Alexandria, which had SO many fun colorful homes)
I think greenery is fun to use in accessories: live plants, green apples in the kitchen, a vintage chalk board, dishware, and other random little home accessory pieces . I like adding some light pink accents that seem to balance it out (I think we all know that I have a love affair with light pink going's been that way for 23 years now...).

Here are some ways to use greenery in your home:

Indoor Tree (I have seen these at Home Depot & random nurseries)
Kitchenware (Shop bowls HERE
Fresh (or fake) Floral's (Shop wood planter box HERE)
Vintage Chalkboards (coming soon to Blossom)
Indoor Plants (Shop Cheeseboards HERE)
Tableware (Shop Plates HERE)
Small Accessories (Shop mailbox HERE)
I would love to see how ya'll are incorporating greenery into your homes and lives this year. Email us a picture at I can't wait to see what you come up with!

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