How To Decorate Luxury Bathrooms With The World’s Favorite Color – It is with great honor that Luxury Bathrooms announces that “Marrs Green” has been voted the World’s Favorite Color. The findings follow a global survey by papermakers G . F Smith, where thousands of people from over 100 countries worldwide voted for their most loved color. The teal shade has been named “Marrs Green” in honor of survey participant Annie Marrs, who chose the shade closest to the winning hue. Along the article, you will be able to understand why this was the chosen color and see several bathroom decor ideas and bathroom furniture that is closest to “Marrs Green“.
“I’m absolutely delighted to have picked the World’s Favorite Color!” says Marrs. “The color was inspired by the landscape that surrounds me at home in Scotland and that deep green hue with a tinge of blue has always been a favorite of mine.”
Marrs Green will now join the iconic Colorplan range as the temporary 51st shade, and is now available for use by designers, brands and individuals.
Caroline Till, editor of Viewpoint Colour Magazine, said the teal color resonates with so many of us globally due to a yearning for the harmony of nature.
“As the contemporary condition of ‘nature deficit’ rises in the context of increasingly urban and digital lifestyles, we seek to reconnect with the natural world, hence the current global popularity of the,” says Till. “In these uncertain times, where political and social upheaval has become the norm, we crave the calming tranquility of green and its association with the reassuring certainty of nature’s cycles.”
Take a look at the following suggestions to bring this world’s favorite color into you bathroom interior design.
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Ellen armchair from Essential Home
Marrs Green: The World's Favorite Color
Ellen armchair from Essential HomeEllen is a sophisticated armchair, featuring a modern tub design. Built on top of a polished brass base, this accent chair is upholstered with a green lustruous velvet and its curvilinear open back contrasts with a rectangular shape on the front. It has a non swivel cylindrical seat perfect for those nostalgic retro lovers, who love a mix between contemporary design and mid-century modern style.
Cayo armchair from BrabbuThis elegant and luxurious armchair by BRABBU has his name after the Tunisian Cayo Island, a natural wonder with beautiful landscapes and an impressive green sea
Audrey rug from Essential HomeAudrey is a contemporary low pile rug that features a mesmerising pattern of coloured triangles. It uses a synthetic fiber called tencel and it is produced using a cut and loop technique. The bright vivid colors mix with the abstract geometric pattern to produce an amazing rich indoor rug.
Florence stool from Essential HomeFlorence is a low stool both fun and practical. It has a somewhat cylindrical shape and a cushioned seat upholstered in velvet fabric, creating a soft and comfortable solution for your living room. Its base is made of polished brass, so it boosts some gold details over its trendy pastel colors available in the customization.
Elk armchair from BrabbuElk kelp, with its distinctive branches, is beautiful as only marine nature can be and was honoured in this exquisite velvet single sofa to the most demanding taste.
Dandridge armchair from Essential HomeNamed after Dorothy Dandridge, the first African-American actress to be nominated for an Oscar, this armchair uses the same name and grandeur it others, having a slightly accent armrests that pays hommage to her career uprising. Produced in leather, it has a very natural and sleek looking, that makes it a desirable piece of mid‐century modern styled furniture.