I love saturated color and commend those brave souls that can work their magic and incorporate such a bold hue like green into their decor. I play it safe and have the tenancy to gravitate toward more neutral colors when it comes to my own home. It think it’s because I like the flexibility of being able to swap out things when I get tired of them…which is often. But for now, let’s celebrate the color green. I actually love the color green and will continue to admire it from afar…
He had that curious love of green, which in individuals is always the sign of a subtle artistic temperament, and in nations is said to denote a laxity, if not a decadence of morals.” — Oscar Wilde
Sometimes you just need to go for it and a library is a great room where you can have fun and be experimental with design. I love the hint of leopard pattern making this room a successful mix of classic and modern design.
If you need to ease your way into incorporating such a bold color then try using it as an accent.
A glossy tile laid in a herringbone pattern will always catch my attention.
This traditional interior feels fresh and modern with a hint of red thrown into the mix.
Mother nature is always the best inspiration. I want to assume it is what dictated the choice of this stairway treatment.
Green doors with beautiful iron detailing creates a wonderful first impression. It makes me wonder if the interiors are equally as charming.
This is a successful design where green is used as a pop of color to make a bold and classy statement. It’s definitely a place I would love to pull up a chair at.
What do you think about the color green. Love it or leave it?