The color green can be found in a wide variety of shades; among them is lime green, mint green, hunter green, blue-green, and the very distinctive emerald green. Emerald is a rich color that is memorable and pleasing for many people. There are many ways that emerald green can be used, as a design color, throughout your home. Emerald can be found in tapestries, upholstered items, knick-knacks, and even on painted walls.
Although emerald paint can be overwhelming for some homeowners, there are many ways that this beautiful color can be intermingled into your home without being overly intensive. Or, on the other hand, you may decide that you enjoy the intense color of Emerald. Either way, Emerald is definitely a color choice that should be considered, if you are looking for something unique and distinguishing for your home.
Ree Drummond, otherwise known as The Pioneer Woman, also enjoys the Emerald green color. She states, “Emerald green is a little unexpected and off the beaten path. For me, it’s a saturation thing. I love that emerald just bleeds green”. If you share these sentiments, then considering emerald green for your next painting project may be a wise benefit for you.
Some emerald green paint shades that you may want to consider, include; Crown Jewel by Behr, Argyle by Sherwin-Williams, Emerald Isle by Benjamin Moore, or Emerald Temple by Valspar. All of these emerald paint shades are a bit different, yet they are all very distinguishable and unique, in their own right, too.
Whether you are interested in painting an entire room, an accent wall, a bookshelf, a fireplace, your kitchen cabinets, or some other part of your home, then emerald green is definitely an option, especially if you are a fan of the rich color. Emerald pairs with many other colors easily, as long as you take the time to compare and contrast complimenting options. If you want to add a color that adds style and uniqueness to any room in the home, contact Noel Painting to get started!