Spring TUNDRA Deco

ARCTICdeco.com: Spring Tundra DecoToday my husband and I took the day off to wander through Sylvia Grinnell Park (one of the nearby territorial parks) and have a tundra picnic. It was a perfect Arctic spring day: +6°C, sunny and no wind.

ARCTICdeco.com: 30Km speed limit in the parkARCTICdeco.com: Feet by the icy riverARCTICdeco.com: Picnic at the parkARCTICdeco.com: tundra and BedrockJune is one of the best times of year to be outdoors in the Arctic – it’s warm, not too slushy, and there aren’t any horrible mosquitoes out yet!

Its the time of year when only the most resilient plants begin emerging from the tundra soils, coating the land in a distinctive, northern, spring palette. It’s a mixture of neon-yellow, grey and light-coral lichens combined with maroon, mustard, and deep-green mosses. An inspiring colour palette that can only be adequately described as ‘spring tundra deco’. Its a perfect blend of tones that you could easily incorporate in your home decor. Visions of fuzzy velvet cushions, linen towels, and willow baskets spring to mind.

‘Spring Tundra Deco’ colour palette

See for yourself…

ARCTICdeco.com: LichensARCTICdeco.com: Lichen covered rock ARCTICdeco.com: Sphagnum Moss ARCTICdeco.com: Tundra MossesARCTICdeco.com: Tundra LichensARCTICdeco.com: Tundra MushroomARCTICdeco_tundra_stonesARCTICdeco.com: Tundra GrassARCTICdeco.com: Tundra Plants

With that in mind, here are just a few of my favorite tundra-inspired interiors. What are yours?

ARCTICdeco.com: Tundra Deco Collage

Clockwise, Left to Right: Green Chair | Sandy Sofa | Green Wall | Neon-Yellow Door (by Jason Busch) | Green Velvet Sofa | Maroon Sofa.

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