Mint Green - Bringing Peace and Serenity to your Home

08 September, 2020
Mint green is a color that's been making waves in the world of interior design in recent months. If you want to change things up a bit and create a more original look for your home, this is the color for you.

The best interiors are made up of elements and resources that convey a particular feeling or sensation. With this in mind, we want to show you mint green decor, a new aesthetic concept that’s revolutionizing homes.

Mint is a color that’s not typically used in homes, and even less so in living rooms and bedrooms. However, it has so much to offer when it comes to decorating interiors. The problem is that most people simply don’t know how to use it.

The most important question you must ask yourself is what meaning you want your interiors to have. The colors you choose and the spaces you decide to use them in will be vital in determining this meaning.

Mint green living room decor

Mint green and gray living room decor.

Soft and understated, mint green is classed as a pastel color. If you can successfully combine it with the other elements in the room, it can be used to create a truly stunning look.

When it comes to living rooms, you could use this color on a specific piece of furniture, such as the couch, a shelf, a table, or a cabinet. It’s best to use it somewhat sporadically throughout the room, without letting it dominate and overwhelm.

By now, you’re probably wondering whether you can use mint green to paint your walls. While there are several possible options, we recommend choosing soft, muted shades. Similarly, you can also use it for door and window frames, giving your rooms a younger, more cheerful feel.

Mint green has been shown to calm the mind, and convey feelings of hope.

Using mint green in your kitchen

Pastel green kitchen.

If we had to choose one place in the house to use mint green, it would be the kitchen. There are so many options to choose from and so many different ways to incorporate it. Let’s take a look at 4 examples:

  1. When it comes to adding a splash of color to your kitchen, the furniture is generally the most obvious choice. If you decide to incorporate mint green cabinets, we would recommend combining them with white walls, appliances, and other pieces of furniture in order to create contrast.
  2. If you want to create a vintage look for your kitchen, a mint green refrigerator might just be the perfect option for you. Pastel-colored fridges have a real retro charm to them, emulating old-fashioned styles and trends. You can also combine them with other elements, such as stools or furniture.
  3. Lampshades are another great way to add this color to your kitchen. If you want your lamp to take on a more prominent role, you could make it the only green element in the room. However, you can also combine it with other mint green items.
  4. Finally, if you have a central kitchen island, you may want to consider adding bar stools. If you like pastel colors, mint green is a great option here. It can help to soften the overall look and generate a sense of well-being.

Mint green bedrooms

Bedroom decor.

While kitchens are typically the easiest rooms in which to incorporate mint green, bedrooms tend to be more difficult. Generally speaking, people decorate their rooms in neutral or dark tones in order to create a calmer, more somber atmosphere. However, these aren’t necessarily qualities we would naturally associate with mint.

That said, it’s not uncommon to find mint green bed sheets and pillows. However, it’s important to combine these with neutral or white colors. You can then use comforters or throws to personalize your space and create contrast.

Bathroom decor

Bathroom decor.

Mint green not only offers a light, delicate aesthetic but also helps to create a sense of purity and serenity. It can even be used to convey the idea of cleanliness, making it a popular choice for clinics and medical centers. By using it in bathrooms, you can help to reinforce this idea of purity and hygiene.

In bathrooms, mint can be used almost anywhere, from the walls and furniture to the tiles and fittings. As we’ve already mentioned, it tends to work best when combined with white elements, which helps to accentuate those feelings of order and calm.

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