Wish list: 'Greenery' is the Pantone colour of the year.

Esther N McCarthy picks her green favourites — for the weekend that’s in it.

Green is a calm, cool, colour for your home, I love this Arthouse Ellwood green wallpaper, it would work fabulously as a feature wall. 

There’s a touch of glitter in there and it would co-ordinate well with crushed almond colour, don’t you think? Available from www.wilko.com €13.70 a roll. Laura Ashley and www.tlpaints.ie also stock Arthouse wallpaper.

Wish list: 'Greenery' is the Pantone colour of the year.

Add a pop of green with this Pip quilted cushion, 40 x 40cm, €37.95 from Avoca. www.avoca.com 

Wish list: 'Greenery' is the Pantone colour of the year.

Oliver Bonas has this green Mose tealight holder for €23. www.oliverbonas.com 

Wish list: 'Greenery' is the Pantone colour of the year.

Alison Ospina has a new twist on her iconic Green Wood chair design, this armchair and footstool she’s made using fabric dyed especially for this project. Designed for comfort and style, it’s is one of a Limited Edition Collection made in collaboration with Kerry Woollen Mills, using 100% wool fabric. 

Alison also has a new book out this weekend, Green Wood Stools features projects and photographs as well as her green wood philosophy and how being creative makes us feel proud and happy. www.greenwoodchairs.com 

Wish list: 'Greenery' is the Pantone colour of the year.

Add some greenery indoors with this cute Orla Kiely small hanging plant pot. Introducing green plants to your home is an easy and inexpensive way to incorporate this year’s Pantone colour of the year: ‘Greenery’ into your interior scheme. 

I love the rustic skinny rope too. Available for €20.50 from Cuckooland. Kiely is also stocked at Kilkenny Shop, Meadows & Byrne or www.orlakiely.com 

Wish list: 'Greenery' is the Pantone colour of the year.

Argos has this ColourMatch stainless steel, apple green jug kettle in stores now for €34. www.argos.ie 

Wish list: 'Greenery' is the Pantone colour of the year.

Add some green to the kids’ rooms with this Dinoroar lamp from Mira Mira. It’s handmade, emits no heat, thanks to LED technology and is eco-friendly with a very low energy consumption. And let’s face it, it looks awesome. €99.

www.miramira.ie 

Wish list: 'Greenery' is the Pantone colour of the year.

The options are endless with this Broste Copenhagen floor vase in green, fill it with whatever your heart desires, my dears. €39 from Irish company Home Lust. www.home-lust.com 

Wish list: 'Greenery' is the Pantone colour of the year.

Pop in a slice of lime to this heart cut-out water bottle to really keep the green theme going in the kitchen. €8.90 from Monsoon Accessorize.


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