Oct 19, 2021 | Carpet One Floor & Home
While pumpkin spice lattes may steal the show when it comes to fall beverages, matcha represents the ultimate blend of anti-oxidant-rich greens and refreshing sweetness for those green tea lovers.
This Japanese green tea powder makes for the perfect hot drink during the fall, and we have just the right furniture, flooring, and decor to compliment your matcha latte this season. So, wrap yourself up in these Earthy green hues with cool-toned fabrics, warm olive green carpets, and striking textured tiles.
Ottoman: Universal 6” Round Bella Moss by Howard Elliot; Chair: Dunlap Chair in Cushing Fern by Arhaus; Vase: Annisa Reactive Blue Green Planter by CB2; Paint: Russell Green by Benjamin Moore; Carpet: Medley III 12” in Celery by Weavepoint Residential; Tile: RetroSpace Glazed Ceramic in Succulent Green by Daltile; Clock: SOSO Clock in Green by Burke Decor; Lighting: Nature’s Collage 1 Light Mini Pendant by ELK; Pillow: Malcolm in Olive Green by Renwil; Candle: Modern Glass Candle in Green by Pottery Barn; Mirror: Ogden Mirror by Uttermost
Inspired by cool, matcha greens, these floors blend striking cool hues with the natural tranquility of green earth tones to deliver a timeless green. These floors are sure to complement any interior design style, whether you’re looking for a plush carpet to sink your feet into in the living room or a splash of color in the bathroom.
Medley III 12” in Celery by Weavepoint Residential
This textured cut-pile carpet adds excellent charm to your bedrooms, family rooms, and living rooms and is the perfect place to snuggle up this winter. The solid tonal avocado hue is perfect for the dark days of winter as it brings a bit of nature indoors. This carpet is more versatile and casual than you might think, with its incredible soil, stain, and wear resistance.
Continental Slate Floor Field Tile in Brazilian Green Plain by Bel Terra
Applicable for floors, accent walls, and backsplashes, Continental Slate can be used to elevate your kitchens, bathrooms, and mudrooms with a gorgeous natural slate stone look.
RetroSpace Glazed Ceramic in Succulent Green by Daltile
Invoke nostalgia through mid-century modern style with Daltile’s RetroSpace glazed ceramic tile. Dress up your space with a subtle character by installing this glossy tile in a soft sage green that will add a stunning accent to your decor. As the perfect geometric backsplash for your kitchens and bathrooms, this RetroSpace tile works to reflect light and create a one-of-a-kind space.
Design by KRIS BRIGDEN Photography by LISA PETROLE
Interior designer Kris Brigden grounds her design with rich, warm wood floors, bright greens, and soft round curves in this lofted ceiling living room. This color is carried throughout the room with the help of accent pillows, a low tub chair, and live floral arrangements. Thanks to the natural light streaming in from these floor-to-ceiling windows, the olive green hues brilliantly complement each other.
Design by HIBOU DESIGN + CO Photography by MIKE CHAJECKI
This fall season, a simple way to incorporate matcha-green is by adding accessories like blankets and throw pillows to your rooms. Hibou Design + Co showcases a perfect example of this in the bedroom of their modern condo design. Using patterned pillows, this earthy green stands out against the all-white comforter and the gray velvet headboard in the suite.
Design by HIBOU DESIGN + CO Photography by DREW HADLEY
In this family home, Hibou Design + Co capitalized on the natural light in the kitchen by using shades of matcha green throughout the cabinetry and tile work. These glossy green subway tiles make a stunning backsplash for the oven, and their cool tones are balanced with a warmer green paint for the island cupboards.
Design by KATE DAVIDSON Photography by VALERIE WILCOX
Take tips from expert interior designer Kate Davidson, who used a matcha-green-inspired shade over the fireplace in the formal sitting room. This striking color is easy to incorporate with an accent wall. The green pops even more against the black marble flooring, and the ombre paint effect contrasts texturally with the soft velvet furniture.