I really hope you guys can help a /b/rother out. I'm in the process of remodeling my entertainment room. I got some new couches and I'm going to be adding a bunch of new furniture. What I need is a green pillow just like the one I circled here. It will go perfect with my new rug and couches! Help me find this /b/! Also do you guys think adding some plants like in the pic go well with the green pillow? Thanks
Any thoughts on plastic plants? Generally speaking I prefer live plants to fake, provides a certain kind of feel I like. But I have seen really combining plastic house plants, too
Youre dying for a good throw rug, something with brighter tones than the earthy room you already have. Green or red would do you well.
I'm not entirely sure... But I think I see something similar looking, and also green in here somewhere.
considering that the sun emits green light, and thus the pillow cannot tint green its reflection, and rather is a reflection of nothingness, id say your request was flawed the moment you described the pillow as green
I think the plants are working well OP but im not to sure about those old christmas lights, they give the whole room a tacky sort of feeling.
I would go with a solid green pillow
i would have to say real over plastic any day unless you have a real go go lifestyle and know you wont be able to regularly water the plants
there is no substitute for living plants to really bright up the entire atmosphere
OP here. Is this kind of plant hard to take care of? Also I was thinking of getting some towels like these here for the bathroom.
This thread is why I love /b/.
And OP, you will also need a paint job. Look for a green that is slightly lighter than the plants, but is in the same color family as an accent color,
perhaps on the TV wall, with a light tan on the other three walls. A veritable jungle it will be
Those towels do look nice and fluffy but id worry about over doing it with the green if you start bringing it into other rooms. Also i believe that is some sort of ficcus plant the are generally low maintenance and make a good plant for someone really just getting started with house plant husbandry
OP, if you're going for green undertones in any kind of interior decorating, might I suggest a major wood overtone/theme? They often work very well together.
Depending if I have enough money left I was thinking of adding carpet to the whole room, maybe this color.
See? This guy knows what he's talking about. Soft washed out blues also work.
No, no, no, way too dark, you need contrast. Go for something like this couch
also op while your out
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Jesus christ OP what are you thinking?
A dark blue would definitely highlight the bright
greens in those plants you were considering far
better than some nasty brown. Smh
That wood table and chair set is horrible. If that's a dining room set then I would go with metal instead with a nice glass top. Maybe even a dark wood finish set that's completely square.
Ok I'll keep that in mind. So what about darker blues such as this?
Do you even color coordination?
You have to be either very bold or very stupid to combine more than one accent color.
A soft blue might work, but for a 3-color system you're looking for
>80% light body color
>15% medium accent
>5% dark accent, only in decoration and not in paint
THAT is how you make a room look fabulous
Thank you anon, and as for the sea blue you were talking about, is this kind of what you were talking about?
You're almost there OP, that blue is a little too dark, to the point that it's almost purple. It might just be that the fabric has some red lowlights to it. Perhaps a blue a little bit brighter, and slightly greener would work. Like this.
Do you guy's think this kind of flooring is good for a main floor living room?
Ah you beat me to it about the dark blue.
These are my current couches.
Some people will never learn. Just look at this awful sofa-thing
Love the tile, and love the color. I think it would
work wonders with a bright, tangerine wall paint. Something like this
whatever is done to your room, don't use this color!
I have been trying to find some dye for a chair I have that is this color.
It is such an old color and doesn't go well with anything.
>OP here. Is this kind of plant hard to take care of? Also I was thinking of getting some towels like these here for the bathroom.
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great pics guys
That's a nice dog! He looks friendly.
This pillow has both blue and green. I like this one a lot.
I was thinking more like this.
I disagree, if any blue or green is in the room it would clash with the orange like pic related
I think that that particular blue is fine, but I do agree that the green will be horrible with that wall.
Since OP is in the market for green pillows I think we should focus on that.
I think you're in the wrong thread pal.
Take your sick head somewhere else please
and thank you. Unless you have some sort
of advice to give to our distraught OP
And speaking of advice for distraught OP. Animal prints work really well with lots of plant and wood tones. Might I suggest something like zebra-print pillows? It would look lovely.
Ignore the disgusting couch, but check out this floor!