Anything from lime to green apple to chartreuse can fall into the “citrus green“ category; it‘s up to you to decide which direction your living room should lean. With its fresh energy, zesty feel, and good cheer, citrus green is both friendly and carefree. It‘s inviting and positive and ready to welcome any and all. Some might feel that citrus green is too in-your-face for the living room, but for those seeking to create a space where positive vibes abound, citrus green might be your new best color friend.
Whether you have a country decorating bent or not, a piece or two featuring rustic wood is a great way to stay neutral and be natural at the same time. You can buy a piece of furniture or even DIY something like a sign but it will definitely aid your Scandinavian decor goal.
Burgundy and other wine “flavored“ colors are coming back as palette-able (haha) color options for contemporary spaces, particularly living rooms. Burgundy had its heyday in the 1990s but has disappeared for awhile. Its rich depth works well on larger living room pieces or even walls because it‘s somewhat neutral but with a hint of something more.