The colour of nature, serenity and balance: what sensation does green give you? Each nuance gives you a different feeling, so if you want to use green in the furniture, you have to start from the effect you want to give to the setting. Not convinced about the choice? We are sure this article will give you a few ideas!
Among the most relaxing shades of green is sage green or olive green, perfectly illustrated by the Mineral Green of the LiberaMente model: this matt lacquered colour distinguishes the operational areas of the kitchen, in the detail of the recessed grip profiles, base units and plinths, and matches the porcelain stoneware worktop and the wall units and tall units in Garden Walnut decorative melamine. The overall effect is extremely harmonious yet striking, don’t you think?
Of similar inspiration is the Mia kitchen, which has all the features required by a chef without compromising on aesthetics. This composition also boasts Mineral Green, chosen to cover the base units and beautifully compliment the style of the Line System project, a distinguishing feature of the model, embellished with herb storage containers and other shelves.
If the idea of having green kitchen finishes seems too daring, you can always paint one of the kitchen walls in this colour and combine it with tone on tone fabrics, kitchenware and other utensils: this relaxing setting also encourages concentration when following recipes, perfectly complementing each daily task.
The same applies, of course, to the other rooms, like the living room: adding green sofas, rugs or cornices is enough to lend a touch of lightness and, why not, to brighten up the furniture.
Brighter shades of green can also be used in the relaxation areas of the home to give a boost of energy: an example? The Formalia bathroom features the Freestyle built-in washbasin in Aloe Green polished glass, a bright and lively colour that immediately changes the appearance of the room and attracts attention: do you like it?