The Green Monday sale is underway in the FramedArt.com gallery! This means extra low prices that you can take advantage of without even leaving the couch. We love talking about environmentally friendly green initiatives, but you know what else we love? Green. Like, the color. As far as we’re concerned, green is one of the most underrated shades, and we’re going to tell you why.
It’s Not Easy Being Green Art
The famously green Kermit the Frog once lamented that it’s not easy being green, and we think he was onto something. When it comes to adding a pop of color, people often gravitate toward “red or yellow or gold, or something much more colorful like that.” Kermit’s right. Sometimes, people lump the color green in with the rest of the neutrals because of its ability to calm and sooth (more on that later).
Because green isn’t thought of as “standing out like flashy sparkles on the water, or stars in the sky,” it sometimes falls into a color category all its own. But FramedArt.com is host to a number of green pieces that are flashy attention-getters all on their own! Consider the bold contrast and detail of Boyce Watt’s Tropica 1, pictured below!
Green Art… How Does That Make You Feel?
Color psychology is relatively new on the scene popularity-wise, but people have intuitively known for centuries that green makes you feel good. Though green art may be underrated in hope decor, it is all. Around. Us. Green evokes images of lush forests and trees, vast lawns of grass, and the peaceful, refreshing feeling of time outside.
According to an article on verywellmind.com, “The color green is thought to relieve stress and help heal. Those who have a green work environment experience fewer stomachaches.” To us, that sounds just short of magical.
With amazing powers like that, why wouldn’t you want to decorate with green inside of your home? After all, the outdoors can’t claim a monopoly on the entire color!
Green Monday may just be another (awesome) shopping day, but why not take the theme all the way? Browse all of FramedArt.com’s green clearance art, and add a splash of calming color to your walls! Take it, once again, from Kermit the Frog:
“Green is the color of spring, and green can be cool and friendly-like, and green can be big like an ocean or important like a mountain or tall like a tree… It’s beautiful and I think it’s what I want to be.”
Find some cool, friendly, important art for your home this Green Monday, and remind yourself of the tranquility of the cool, spring forests all year long!