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Green with envy, green as in naive or thick. Green as in sick as a dog. Not very positive things to be associated with a colour really but it's not as easy to use green as you might think

Some greens, like the green of spider plants when they're not too well, or  pea green  can have a lifelessness about them that can be a bit deadening if you are not careful.  But  if you imitate nature and a touch of colour here and there, pinks especially, it can be much more lively or soothing and tasteful. Green is the most restful colour on the eye after all. It is also the colour of mould and decay, however, the colour of creepiness as well as the colour of spring and love, so work with it. Look at the colour wheel for contrasts and complements.

 

 

"I prefer the green cool and lush by adding blue, or cheeky and fresh by adding yellow. These shades of green are more vital and easier to live with."

"My favourite place for green is in the bathroom. Itís a brilliant room to go tropical in, what with the steam and heat and candlelight to finish it off. And you can afford to be daring in the bathroom because after all it is the bathroom."

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"All I can think of is The Hulk and little green men."

 

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