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Emerald Green has bright blue green hue indicative of the precious gemstone, where it gets its distinctive colour from with small amounts ofvanadium and chromium. Also known as Paris Green, Schweinfurt Green and Veronese Green, it’s been a very popular color and was Pantone’s Colour of the Year for 2013. Highly saturated green shades will add more attitude to a space. Fine Home Lamps offers beautiful emerald green lamps in Porcelain, Ceramic, and Wood in Traditional and Contemporary Styles at 20-40% Off every day. No Tax and Free Shipping.
Emerald green is a widely used color for interior designers. In pale shades of green such as mint green, it is thought of as a more relaxing and somewhat calming color – and a very popular choice a bedroom.
Darker emerald green is thought to be more masculine or conservative, and implies wealth. Brighter and more vibrant emerald greens will express new opportunity and fertility. Muted greens are usually regarded as more .
A Contemporary green bedside lamp will tie in well with with coordinating chair and bed linens.
Red is a color that is complementary color to green on the Color Wheel. Red along with green reinforces the vibrant feel of each other when they are placed together. Additing a vase with a red flower is a good accent when designing for this color scheme.
CONTEMPORARY EMERALD GREEN TABLE LAMPS
Gaining prominence during the 18th and 19th centuries the color green when synthetic green pigments & dyes became more available (the dyes replaced vegetable and mineral formulas). At this time you’d find green lamps literally everywhere, or at least ornaments that were made from ceramic and porcelain.
Green table lamps make good use of lampshades that accentuate the green hues. The use of green in contemporary living rooms can achieve a feeling of bringing the outdoors in.
Yellow is a warmer color that is often times paired with green. And smaller amounts of blue accents are often used with this scheme of colors. Since yellow and blue are complementary to each other, and they provide added vibrancy.
Try coupling bright green chairs and pillows together with a (bold gold sunburst mirror) and add in a green porcelain lamp will make it quite striking. We can imagine that and yellow (walls) paired with green accents.
A white sofa can advance the crisp, cool ambiance of the space. A green table lamp with an intense saturation or chroma can be used to portray the idea of energy and life rather than tranquility.
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