Green Touch

Pantone’s recently announced colour of the year gives us insight into what’s going to be big next year, if 2016’s popular rose-quartz is any indication. The tangy yellow-green shade called ‘Greenery’ is set to pop up all over the design world in the upcoming year, however some designers have already jumped on the trend, foreshadowing the green year ahead.

Our top five green products will help you get a jumpstart on next year’s colour trend.

Piani Table Lamp
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The Piani table lamp’s modular design disguises it as a lamp, displayed rather as a contemporary decor piece. Made up of a flat base and a flat top, the base is a tray so that objects can be displayed in a triangular beam of light as if they were on stage. Piani comes in plastic as well as in oak wood and basalt stone, so that different sensual experiences can come through.

Bubble Chair
Sacha Lakic for Roche Bobois

This pivoting chair combines nature-green with a airy, cloud-like form giving it strong comfort appeal, as well as being a dramatic statement piece. With its bold dynamism the chair has a distinctive daring edge and timeless appeal.

Gem Glassware
Martin Jakobsen

A jewel among barware, the Gem is made from a luxurious combination of the uranium glass with the hand-cut diamond pattern and is the first mixing glass to glow in the dark. Use any source of UV light and be charmed by the glass transformation. Available in a range of colours, the green one stands out as reflecting the on-trend colour of 2017.

Turkish Ikat Cushion
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Taking its inspiration from traditional iKat designs this turquoise cushion, with pops of Pantone’s ‘Greenery’, has an added contemporary feel, perfect for updating the look of your living room, and keeping it on-trend with the splashes of the popular new colour.

Roll Chair
Patricia Urquiola for Kettal

Spanish designer, Patricia Urquiola’s outdoor chair comes in a grassy Greenery-like shade, fitting to its environment. The Roll chair’s back support is formed from padded horizontal strips that look as if they’ve been wrapped up and attached like roll mats tied to a backpack, for a functional and natural look.