Emerald Envy

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This week we will be paying homage to the color green, in honor of our Shades of Emerald party we held this past Sat­urday, for our Grand Opening. If you were unable to join us, check out some photos from our event.

Every­thing from clothing, acces­sories, fur­ni­ture, food, and even drinks were green hued!  Thanks to Pin­terest, we were full of dec­o­rating ideas that you can find here.
According to Kate Smith with www​.sen​sa​tion​al​color​.com, “The color green helps soothe, relaxes us men­tally and phys­i­cally, helps alle­viate depres­sion, ner­vous­ness and anx­iety, as well as offers a sense of renewal and har­mony.  In reli­gion, green is asso­ci­ated with res­ur­rec­tion and regen­er­a­tion.  In the fashion world, there is sup­pos­edly a super­sti­tion that sewing with a green thread the eve of a fashion show brings bad luck to the design house.”
The green threads seen in var­ious frocks the evening of our party brought us any­thing but bad luck!  All ranges of greens from jade to mala­chite help set the tone for the evening against our classic white walls.
We have to agree with Kate, we are in com­plete har­mony and feel renewed and reju­ve­nated to be in our new, lovely digs!
See a few of our must have items in this radiant, ener­gizing hue, that will make everyone green with envy…In a good way, of course!
Clayton Gray Home Decor Emerald Envy
Pic­tured (Left to Right): Emissary’s Bamboo Stool in Jade, Box­wood Top­iary Balls (var­ious sizes), Gimlet Ottoman, Dwell Studio’s Zebra Pil­lows in Kelly Green, Lacefield’s Union Jack Lumbar pillow in Green, Lacefield’s Ribbon Stripe Pillow in Lime, Trina Turk’s Shanghai Links Pillow in Green, Our Dublin Pen­dant, Bel­mont 3 Drawer Chest, Capri Blue Candle– Aloha Orchid, Made Goods Vivien Mirror, and Arte­riors Home Roma Lamp in Emerald.

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