Going Green

We’re all about green. First colour gurus Pantone announced that Greenery (a rather zesty, fresh shade) was their colour of the year then interiors experts ELLE Decoration declared emerald velvet to be their fabric du jour (and included Perch & Parrow in their edit!).

Nicholas 3 seater sofa in velvet green fabric Perch & Parrow
Nicholas 3 Seater Sofa in Tridents Entourage

The green scene is a natural progression from the leafy, jungle look mixed in with the trend for malachite and marble and the idea of bringing the outside in. To embrace serene green in your home, check our favourite ways to work this viridescent beauty to your advantage.

Smart or casual

Use green’s colour spectrum to dress your room up or down. The elegant Nicholas 3 seater sofa in Trident’s Entourage Deepest Velvet is like your best party dress. For something more relaxed our Peter 3 seater chaise in GI Jane Simply Cotton gives a traditional shape a more rugged, ever-so slightly army look. Your boyfriend will approve.

Make a statement

Add impact with a green accent chair. Our generous Paul armchair in Wye Valley Dusky Cotton fabric is like the lime in your G&T. A zesty, dash of colour, it’s guaranteed to bring some zing to your room.


For an easy room refresh, try our Armstrong wall light. It will add a sophisticated pop of green and give you some on-trend metallic magic too. How about a mini marble makeover with our Athena side table? Alternatively add green via a texture like our Charlotte throw.

Green fingers

Fill the handy shelf on our Buck mirror with a variety of potted plants – be sure to add a few with a trailing habit. Not only will they look like a stylish, indoor window box but they’ll also make the air in your home cleaner too.

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Paul Armchair in Wye Valley fabric with Emile leaner mirror Perch & Parrow
Paul Armchair in Wye Valley
Armstrong wall light in green and Athena side table with green marble top by Perch & Parrow
Left – Armstrong Wall Light Right – Athena Side Table

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Megan Taylor (Bottom right)