Kermit T. Frog sings the truth — “it ain’t easy bein’ green“.
This adage is especially true when you are a wall colour. Finding the perfect green paint can be difficult; the wrong shade of green can look downright icky.
But, as our dear friend Kermy says:
green’s the color of spring
And green can be cool and friendly-like
And green can be big like a mountain
Or important like a river
Or tall like a tree
…and the frog is right — green is one of the most predominant colours in our world. Green = Nature. What could be better than that?
To be honest, I have always preferred adding simple touches of green in my decorating, opting to use fabrics, plants, and other accessories to bring the outdoors in. My son, Liam, however, has made it perfectly clear that nothing else but GREEN will do for his bedroom walls.
Fortunately (or unfortunately, depending on your perspective), in order to find the shade of green that is just right for Liam’s room, I didn’t need to spend my usual billion hours searching through various shades online. The reason for this is simple: I happened upon the warmest, richest, most amazing green wall colour I’ve ever seen, on the walls of my good friend’s bedroom. When I saw this particular green shade a couple of months ago, I fell in love in a heart beat.