The Future is Green

This is part of a series of blogs focused on color. Now that you’re getting acquainted with your updated Fräsch samples and the new options we are offering, we’re diving into individual colors, starting with green.

The Future is Green

Have you considered using green in an upcoming interiors project? Green design elements deliver striking aesthetic accents while impacting moods and emotions in many positive ways. Consider the following psychological effects of being surrounded by green hues:

1. A sense of calm: Green is often considered a calming color, evoking an air of tranquility and relaxation. Green interiors can create spaces where people feel at ease, making this hue ideal for spaces where a more “chill” atmosphere is desired.

2. Biophilia + a connection to nature: Green is strongly associated with nature, often the color of plants, leaves, and lush landscapes. Bringing green into an interior helps establish a connection to the outdoors, fostering a sense of harmony with the natural world. This connection can contribute to a positive and grounded mood.

3. Stress reduction: Studies suggest that exposure to green can help reduce stress levels. Green interiors, especially those inspired by natural environments, may contribute to creating spaces that promote mental well-being and lower stress. This is particularly helpful in healthcare settings and workplaces where day-to-day occurrences may be mentally taxing.

4. Boosting creativity: Some shades of green are associated with creativity and innovation. Incorporating green into workspaces or areas where creative thinking is encouraged can stimulate the mind and inspire fresh ideas. As such, green is a great choice for schools, offices or spaces where collaboration and creativity converge.

5. Refreshing and revitalizing: Green is often linked to renewal and rejuvenation. In interior design, green accents can add a refreshing touch, creating revitalizing and energizing spaces. Consider this color family for hospitality spaces including guest rooms and spas.

6. Optimistic vibes: Green is generally associated with positive qualities like growth, abundance, and safety. Because of this connection, designing destinations with green can help foster an optimistic atmosphere, making people feel uplifted and hopeful.

7. Versatility and adaptability: From seafoam to emerald, Green’s versatility allows for various design options to suit different preferences and purposes, adapting to the desired mood for a specific space.

8. Balancing and grounding: Green sits between warm and cool colors on the color spectrum, creating a sense of balance. Incorporating green can help ground a space, providing stability and equilibrium in the overall design.

While it may not seem like a traditional choice, green can do so much for an interior. The specific shade of green, the amount used, and the overall design context will all play roles in determining the emotional impact on individuals within that environment.


Review the shades of green, and all the new colors in the collection, here.

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