A Prescription For Green

We are seeing a lot of interiors using the color green for Bed and Bath linens. This color brings out a sense of calmness, just like a walk out in nature.

Eiseman Color Blog

July 15, 2013

 

For most people a green path leads inevitably to thoughts of nature. Mother nature painted more green on earth than any other color. It is the hue of foliage, grass, and growing plants; of graceful sheltering trees, dappled meadow and clinging vines; the shade of forest and jungle. It is the color of the country as opposed to the city; the romance of Robin Hood, wood urchins, elves, gnomes, and leprechauns; the pride of the Irish patriot and St. Patrick’s Day.

The sight of green is inexorably linked to the sense of smell-freshly mown lawn, pine needles, and wet leaves after a sudden summer shower, a splash of lime and a crushed sprig of mint. Because our sense are intertwined, scents and colors are inevitably tied, one sense suggesting a specific color to another. We can look at a bottle of perfume and sense how it…

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2 comments

  1. Thank you for stopping by and for reblogging my post. We have been seeing a lot of green in linens housewares in general. Have you seen the Pantone line at JCP?

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