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Luscious lime green

Lime green is a great colour for this spring and summer, whether as a bold choice for a main theme or to add a zing to any accessory.
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When choosing a strong colour like lime green, a good rule is to stick to clean, simple lines and let the colour do all the talking. The Alpha chair is a great example of a sleek, modern design that is brought to life by its luxurious lime fabric covering. This chair is the ideal accent piece for a plain suite, and its deep-filled cushions means it not only looks great but will also invite any guest to relax for hours.

If your interior is a bit more playful then why not accent your sofas with the Captain Britain Cushion. The cute design and colour will make a real statement in your home or would be perfect for a teenager’s space.

For a more subtle incarnation of the trend, try investing in a lime green rug. The Whisper rug in lime will add a splash of colour to whichever room it adorns and provides a designer feel when placed against dark wood flooring. This rug is not only stylish but is also made using sumptuous long fibres to ensure it will stay soft under foot for years to come.

The City large corner chaise sofa perfectly demonstrates the way in which a lime green sofa can be used to make a statement, whilst also incorporating a neutral colour palette. The lime colour used in the accent cushions stands out and makes an impact because it is juxtaposed with the cream and brown colours that predominate. This is a great way of using a bold colour such as green, and shows how easily it can be incorporated into a more natural room.

Spring and summer are the seasons to be bold and enjoy using bright colours, so now is the time to test the trend and try out a little luscious lime green.

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