Not just any green, olive and khaki green

We all have that one colour that we absolutely love and for me its green. Not just any old green either, it has to be somewhere from Olive to Khaki. The depth of this colour gets to me every time and if you stumble across the right accent and have it mixed up in the flattest, chalkiest paint possible then you are going to be in heaven. It works with so many accent colours from deep charcoal, to pinks and mustards. 

You can use it to create cool and calming spaces, or spice it up with with some vibrant accent colours to make it warm and playful.

Let me show you some of my favourite inspiration and paints to achieve this look.

Olive and Khaki Paints

Wooster Olive from Abigail Ahern

This girl knows how to do colour. We love Wooster Olive, available from Rockett St. George

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Little Greene Olive colour 72

A lovely rich shade and really high quality paint.

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Little Greene Invisible green 56

Definitely a khaki. A deep and moody green.

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Benjamin Moore Dark Olive

A really rich deep colour.

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Green and Khaki Inspiration

Here’s some more inspiration from our Instragram feed. Don’t forget to follow us! https://www.instagram.com/greenandmustard/

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Anna Tonkin

I love interiors! I've always enjoyed styling my home and my husband will tell you I'm always moving things around and trying something new. My favs include Mid Century Modern and Ecclectic mixes of contrasting themes such as classical design and pop art.

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