Green is a colour that can't be ignored in design. If your view outdoors is wonderful, your home design often takes advantage of the view. Green is an essential hue that is sometimes overlooked, because it`s a backdrop. When clients say they aren't interested in green or neutral colours with green undertones, I often have to remind them that their windows are like art; the green is in their views, and bringing a bit of the outdoors into the indoor scheme is often a great look.
A dining Room with capiz chandelier and soft green upholstered chairs by Phoebe Howard Designs.
This fabulous photo is actually a garage from Simply Seleta. A bit of green colourblocking makes a dramatic statement, and brings outdoor freshness inside.
One of Kelly Wearstler's favourite accent colours for trim, Pratt and Lambert's Clover #22-20
Ms. Kemble also has designed a line of fabrics for Schumacher, including some wonderful greens, like this 'Betwixt' fabric, in grass and ivory.
A lounge at the Viceroy by Kelly Wearstler-charcoal gray and green look so wonderful together.
Green in pale hues feels beachy!
Gold Coast Collection Green Floral Rug in New Zealand Wool from Domestic Modern.
Photo courtesy UKTV
Romo Ciprini Wallpaper in Linden green
Nick Olsen's gorgeous apartment was featured in Domino Magazine. Nick is the assistant to the talented Miles Redd. The green looks wonderful with the zebra rug!
Photo courtesy orignauxmoose
Chanel's fantastic fall collection for 2009 is featuring seafoam green.
Embrace green! It's a natural and neutral addition to your spaces and your wardrobe...add a bag, shoes or a cardigan in kelly green to anything black and white in your wardrobe. Add some gorgeous green monstera or palm leaves in a clear vase to your dining table. We are hooked on green! Check out what others are hooked on at http://www.hookedonhouses.net.