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Add a splash of green to the garden for St Patricks Day and beyond

Mar 11, 2023

Make a statement in your outdoor space, as you celebrate the feast of St Patrick (March 17th) by going green in style. 

From vibrant neon and aquamarines, to olive, mint and khaki – shades of green are big news in fashion this spring and summer, whilst moody blue-greens and natural shades are also infiltrating décor trends inside and out. St Patrick’s Day it is the perfect time to inject some green into your home and outdoor space.

Sitting pretty

The beauty of green is that it is such a versatile colour and lends itself well to many different palettes. It also evokes feelings of calm, being surrounded by nature and, depending on your mood, can either relax or motivate you and get those creative juices flowing. So, as St Patrick’s Day revellers don green attire from head to toe and string up decorations in this delicious colour, why not perk up your own home, garden or balcony with stunning furniture in your favourite hue?

LifestyleGarden’s game-changing Nassau collection boasts coffee sets, bistro sets, and dining sets in three striking shades of green to suit all tastes and spaces. Take your pick from the original Dark Green DuraOcean, a fresh Mint colourway, or even a soothing Sage made from Social Plastic®. The Nassau collection is scandi chic at its best, with clean, modern lines and warm eucalyptus accents to beautifully complement any and all shades of green. Even better, this stunning collection is suitable use inside and out, offering incredible versality.

Au natural

Another great way to green up your space is with foliage and plants to complement your décor. In a garden or balcony, this can be done easily with a host of beautiful greenery available to plant in beds and borders or containers, depending on the space you have to play with. For a clean, modern look, opt for lush leaves and pared-back planting. You could get really creative and build your own living wall, providing the perfect backdrop for your statement seating. For maximum impact, go for a minimalist look with a small palette of plants and then repeat them in groups throughout your planting. Sticking to a narrow selection of plants also helps make upkeep easier.

If sprucing up an indoor space, you can still create the same look and indulge in some biophilic design with a selection of houseplants. Not only do houseplants improve air quality but this concept of bringing the outdoors in has been proven to boost mood, increase productivity and have a positive impact on wellbeing. There has never been a better reason to welcome green or greenery into your home!

More than just a colour

We know how glorious green looks when used in a striking décor scheme but Nassau also helps you go green in a different way this St Patrick’s Day. The epitome of sustainability, all furniture in the Nassau collection is created from ground-breaking recycled materials that support a closed-loop supply chain and help tackle plastic pollution in our waterways.

Iconic Nassau seats in the DuraOcean® range – available in mint green and dark green – are made from recycled ocean waste, including marine ropes. Not only does this give the chairs their distinctive colouring but also ensures they are strong and durable, lasting for years to come.

Meanwhile, Nassau powered by Social Plastic® – available in sage green – is made from a unique recycled plastic material that is both sustainably and ethically resourced. Helping to clear pollution from the world’s waterways and lift people out of poverty, the initiative sees plastic waste collected by locals who can then exchange it for premiums to provide them with family essentials, such as groceries, health insurance, school tuition, health insurance, cooking fuel and more.

Going green should be for life, not just for St Patrick’s Day!

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