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Pink and green are the hottest colours for your home

Brits are being inspired by these colours this summer

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Pink and green are the hottest colours for your home

From botanical greens to millennial pinks - you don't have to be an interior designer to know that pink and green hues are hot on the home scene right now. 

But home enthusiasts are taking our love for all things green and pink to new extremes according to Pinterest. From doors and cushions, the website has seen a huge 1150% increase in saves for green and pink interiors.

Feeling inspired? Here are some easy ways to incorporate both shades in your home...

1. Statement chair

Add a pop of colour to a corner of your home this summer with a rather pink, on trend and comfy-looking chair. 

The luxurious look and feel of this cocktail chair will be a stylish and comfortable addition to any contemporary home. Or this tub armchair with a sophisticated curved back would be the perfect little nook for some daytime reading.

 

2. Add some plants

Incorporating some potted plants into your home not only looks bang on trend, but it helps bring some colour into your indoor space and one look at your radiant green plants on a dreary rainy morning is sure to brighten up your mood.

Add some easy-to-care-for greenery into your home with this artificial succulent pot which comes encased in a glass pot with natural-effect stones. You could place it next to this artificial succulent, which may not smell like the real thing but it sure does look like it! It comes designed in a trendy copper pot that’ll add a sleek touch to your home. Or invest in a terrarium, which is a great way to keep your interior looking fresh. 

3. Spruce up your Tableware

Want an easy way to incorporate pink into your home? Then look no further than tableware. 

From pink blush-inspired bowls and plates to ombré pink sets - they are perfect for everyday dining and will look great on your dining table too.  

 

4. Buy some Ornaments

If you haven't noticed, cactus prints are having a moment. 

But instead of stripping your walls and filling your home with cactus wallpaper, why not add some ornaments like these? There's no better way to showcase off your flowers than with this quirky cactus vase. In the shape of a cactus with a glossy finish, it's a practical but fun way to add a touch of colour to your settings. Or this cactus-shaped marquee light is the perfect addition for parties as well as being a bold and fun addition to your interior.

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