Pinterest users can't get enough of the fresh shade — if fact, it's — so we're sharing a few decor tips and tricks to help you bring the internet's favorite color home.
A minty fresh coat of paint looks smashing behind a gallery wall in this Tribeca home. The shade pairs perfectly with a toned-down aubergine and neutral-heavy decor, as well as antique accents.
If you're not ready to commit to a full paint job, or even a new piece of furniture, this could be just what you need. Its small size means you won't be overwhelmed with mint, yet it still makes a big impact.
The small pop of mint provided by this stylish lamp instantly grounds a sunny yellow color palette, and adds an extra dose of elegance.
Pastel kitchen appliances may feel like a relic of the past, but companies like Smeg are bringing the trend into the 21st century with adorable options like .
This color pairs well with a variety of different hues, so adding in mint-colored furniture is a breeze. If you're already attached to your sofas and chairs, a could be the way to go.
Take an all-white room up a notch (or two) with a patterned rug, , that pairs mint with other cheery colors, including pink and gold.
Mint may be considered green, but it's really a blend of blue and green. That means mint furniture, like this , looks right at home in an otherwise all-blue room.
Mint and gold are a match made in heaven, as evidenced by this blogger's lovely living room. If you're looking for the perfect color to make your gilded accessories pop, look no further.