What’s Hot in March

Gracing Our Homes with Green

It could be our inherent need for the outdoors (especially during a global pandemic), or the happiness that the hue naturally evokes, but the color green is having a moment. Here are five décor items that you can add to your abode to properly welcome the season. 

Chef’s Choice

Crate & Barrel recently released this exclusive seven-piece set of ceramic cookware by Caraway in a limited-edition silk green hue with gold hardware. The pans have been a hit on social media due to their modern aesthetic, but there’s more to these beauties than meets the eye: They’re nonstick, free of harmful chemicals, and come with four magnetic pan racks for easy storage. Retail: $445. Crate & Barrel, 358 San Lorenzo Ave., 305-460-3560, crateandbarrel.com.

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Off the Wall

If you’re looking to accent a wall without going too bold, consider Thibaut’s Calistoga grasscloth wallpaper in green. The textured design is bright enough to make an impact but also lends itself as a neutral when adorned with artwork and furniture. Retail: $180 per roll. GK Design Center, 2319 S. Le Jeune Rd., 305-461-1002, gkdesigncenter.com. 

Tray Chic

Crafted from faux shagreen with an inset brass design, the Daina trays in the Sage colorway were created by Made Goods. They’re perfect for corralling candles and other odds and ends but would look terrific on their own as well. Retail: $950. Fine-Line Furniture & Accessories, 4217 Ponce de Leon Blvd., 305-661- 4414, finelinefurnitureandaccessories.com. 

Homes with Green

Float On

A special statement piece for displaying books, photographs, or other décor, the Jetson open shelving unit by McGuire was inspired by designer Jamie Durie’s Sri Lankan heritage. To create this unit, six floating shelves are crafted from natural teak, wrapped in Ceylon green leather, and accented by brass legs. Retail: $16,875. Décor House Furniture, 4119 Ponce de Leon Blvd., 305-448-6200, decorhousefurniture.com

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Sleek Seat

With organic lines and elegant oak legs, the Danish furniture purveyor BoConcept’s Adelaide living chair in light green cotton velvet upholstery would be a beautiful (and super comfortable) addition to any space in your home. Retail: $2,499. BoConcept, 342 San Lorenzo Ave. #1110, 305-350-1941, boconcept.com. 

The color Green is What’s Hot in March