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Guest Post – Un Due Tre Ilaria

Hello everybody, my name is Ilaria and I blog on un due tre ilaria about everything that inspires me and makes me feel good in interiors, design and lifestyle. I’m Italian and I’ve been living in France for 13 years. This summer, at the same time Hege was moving to Scotland, we left beloved Paris to move to Southern France, in sunny Provence.  It is a great honor to be here today. Hege was one of the first bloggers to believe in my blog (and it was with a “green” post 😉 so the idea for this guest post came to me as an evidence!
I love colors and colored interiors and I was thrilled last spring when Pantone announced the colors for Fashion this Fall. Recently I figured out how these colors were adopted in interiors. Green is one of my favorite colors and, among the Pantone’s selection, three out of ten were hues of green: emerald,  linden green and deep lichen (by far my favorite one).

People find pretty hard to accept green hues in modern interiors (I had walls in our living room in Paris and it was pretty cool, believe me!). If you are one of them, you still have the chance to have greenery instead : green plants at home, as if nature stepped inside. Plants have always been important for me, they make me feel good and they purify the air that we breathe!

Do you really think you don’t have “green fingers”? Don’t give up : succulents need very little help from you to grow and don’t hesitate to use cut leaves to add some nature at home!

I still think “greenery” is a pretty nice word, isn’t it? I hope you enjoyed this post. Have a lovely green day!