I keep thinking about green. I never really realized how much I use it in decorating, until others point it out to me. Maybe I love it because it is the color of boxwood, or maybe I love it because it makes every other color pop so well. In my mind green is a neutral. I am going to circle back to green later next week, but I thought I would share my initial post on what is surprisingly (even to me) my favorite color in decor. It just works, and it makes blue and white look that much better!
I am going to take you back to my first post on green, and you can later contrast the similar beauty and different use of the color in the coming week. Happy Thursday, Happy Weekend, and Go Green!
What a great idea to put multiple orchids on the tables. A truly remarkable shade of green for the curtains and banquettes. Photo source: Elle Decor
Green with black and white ticking outdoors. How chic and enduring. Photo source: Pinterest
A sweet one story home complete with a perfect green door and shutters (not to mention boxwoods!). Photo source: Pinterest
Would be such a great kitchen in a country or lake house. Photo source: Sunshineandpearls.tumblr
Just lovely. Blue and green always look very refined and refreshing together. Designed by Nick Olson. Photo source: Veranda
Classic green toile for days. Photo source: Elle Decor
This is a sitting area designed by Daniel Romualdez in Tory’s Burch’s penthouse at The Pierre Hotel. One of my all time favorite rooms. Love the juxtaposition of the blue and white ginger jars against the deep green walls, and the leopard pillows on the white sofas. Photo source: Pinterest
Elizabeth Dinkel Design Associates does an excellent job with this dining room wallpaper. Photo source: Pinterest
That de Gournay wallpaper used by Mary McDonald is everything. Photo by Virginia Pearson.
A bedroom designed by Miles Redd. Love the darker green headboard against the lighter green walls, not to mention that fur blanket!
Gorgeous soft green shelving in this study/den of an Atlanta home. Photo source: Pinterest
Lee Radziwill’s master bedroom in New York City (1971). Timeless in every way. Photo source: The Foo Dog Ate My Homework
The landing in Tony Duquette’s Dawnridge home. SO very glam. Photo source: Mark D. Sikes via Pinterest
Again, Tory Burch’s luxurious NYC apartment. This is the photo that had me lusting for a green velvet sofa for years. Photo source: Vogue
The entry of Tory Burch’s penthouse at the Pierre. Stunning hand-painted green Gracie chinoiserie wallpaper. Total and absolute perfection. Photo source: Vogue