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May282012

Jenn Hannotte on Freshly Minted Décor

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I don't normally get worked up by a colour trend, but since last spring mint green has been not-so-subtly inserting itself into my sub-consious and causing quite the reaction. What's not to love? It works in every situation, on every surface, for every thing  in your life! It's also the kind of colour that can move from pastel to neon and maintain its fresh, breezy integrity. But the only way to convince you is to show you:

Did I surprise you? Modern mint green cupboards paired with raw-wood finishes and natural stone is effortlessly fresh.

[image via Living etc]

This vintage-inspired mint green sofa paired with emerald green side-tables and natural accessories proves mint's ability to play-nice with like-minded hues.

[image via the Aestate]

If you are struggling with your ballroom in your 17th century paris apartment, why not coat the whole place in mint? It's a playful elegance that any other colour would be hard-pressed to deliver.

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Spray paint some vintage metal garden stools in a fresh mint to instantly transform your kitchen or dining room into an al-fresco inspired retreat.

[image via Chrissy Cremers Interiors]

Of course, mint is totally at-home in a retro vignette; the table paired with a gorgeous coral chair and soft-gray floors is making me re-think the scheme in my own kitchen.

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Bathrooms love mint green - always have! But you don't need to go kitchy-50s. Large, glossy tiles in this rich-mint colour is a great way to give a modern bath some organic aesthetic.

We're pleased to feature another fresh post from interior stylist Jenn Hannotte of Russet and Empire Interiors back to the Covet Garden blog. Her work has been featured in Design Lines Remodelista, Apartment Therapy and the Marion House Book to name a few.

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Reader Comments (4)

oh, i love the mint garden stools and parisian apartment! mint always reminds me of peppermint chic chip ice-cream - there is no better colour association in my opinion!!

May 28, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterflora bloom

GREAT POST:) the first pic is from swedish ELLE decor..I have that issue..cool:) Your blog is so wonderful and I will happily follow.

If you want some décor inspiration from Sweden, check out my blog:)
Have an awesome week.

LOVE Maria at inredningsvis.se
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who knew? mint is never on my mind but I love that bathroom.

June 6, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterkristin sjaarda

Garden Stools
The chair is fabulous..you are darling..and wow, I can see why you covet that sofa!!! I hope it finds it's way to your home soon,
for more info please visit Belleandjune.com

July 24, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBelleandjune

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