New for Autumn | Evergreen Fabric
Dive deep into the dense forest-green hue of Indigo’s latest shade; Evergreen. Opulent velvet is brought bang-up-to-date with a high-performance ‘Easy Clean’ finish, designed to withstand the rough and tumble of family life – even the most daunting of stains such as ink and red wine can be easily removed with just water.
Green traditionally symbolises balance and harmony, an obvious shade to bring to your home and an instant mood booster at the end of a working day. This vibrant green hue echoes a traditional Viridian green used in the dining rooms of the 1800s; an intense mix of both blue and green which lends opulence and refinement.
Above The Grandad Sofa
Style your room around this striking shade; bring calm with neutral walls which draw the eye to the focal point of the furnishings. Echo the tones with a complementary palette of soft greys, gentle teals and accent accessories with the tiniest touches of green like the shade here on the little bird wings.
Above The Wing Chair
This chair is defined by an elegant, sweeping back and based on the iconic English Wing Chair of the 1600’s. Designed to envelop and protect against draughts whilst gathering the warmth of an open fire. and set atop a hand-built solid wood frame and finished with tactile piping which adds emphasis to the delightful lines of the chair.
If a full sofa is a touch too bold for your home, then bring an Evergreen accent with an occasional chair such as The Wing Chair or Vintage Cuddler; team with leather sofas for an inviting contrast. Delightful piping lends an antique feel and emphasises the velvet pile.
“This lush fabric is inspired by a walk in a Scottish forest, a deep Evergreen velvet reminiscent of dense foliage. We’re also really excited by the specification on this fabric – don’t let the soft hand-feel fool you, this velvet is so easy to clean; chocolate, red wine – you name it all have to do is wipe with water. Quite marvellous really.”
Miles Gregory | Indigo Co-founder
Get The Look
1. Neutral walls allow the rich Evergreen hue to take centre stage.
2. Pick up the tones with gentler green colours in your curtains and paintwork – making a cohesive backdrop.
3. Homewares with a splash of evergreen tie the scheme together.
4. Dip a toe into this bold colour trend with an occasional chair.
5. A striking bouquet of just foliage can be picked from the garden and lasts much longer than flowers.