I am ESPECIALLY into green velvet these days - the appley-er, the better!
Those photos are so rich and luscious! I've always liked green...but I think that kitchen with all of the green cabinets would be like cooking inside a chia pet...I don't cook...so...I guess it's cool.xoxo,Brandi
I LOVE the ivy kitchen and the seashell bathroom. Gorgeous!
did you know that the human eye can discern more shades of green than any other color?
Wow what a lovely set of pics- I now what an overgrown kitchen!
Green does not suck.
You're just into green because Johnnie Boy's "production assistant," Kimmy, likes to mow lawn...admit it...
Green is probably my favorite color, although it's so hard to pick. We have a green velvet sofa and the dining room is painted "basil," I think. It's always wonderfully fresh and I'm gaga over so many of these images...especially that bathroom with the shells which has been in my favorites folder for years. Luscious round-up!
LOVE green and love this post... your blog is fabulous... happy new year.... x pam
Those green nailhead doors make me swoon everytime!
That plant-covered kitchen is amazing and kinda scary at the same time. My favorite combination. xox,Susan
Love the first pic! Green just looks so fresh!! Hope you've had a wonderful Christmas and a great beginning of the new year! xoxo
I have always been a green gal when it came to decor. Lovely post!
A few years ago I realized that I was using green more and more. It has become my favorite. I don't have a room that doesn't include some shade of green. And I agree with the 1st commenter -- love apple green velvet.
Oh so lovely. Green is such a mutable, glorious color when used well. Love these photos, as usual.
So pretty. I agree with you, all I see around Boston is white snow...I'm already ready for the Spring.
Leather green door with nailhead...yes please.
Green is one of my favorite colors. Love it. I think my favorite pic is the nail head doors.
I need to know the green paint color used in picture with the dark green doors and the open door leading to the brown/floral room. must. know. now. i am searching high and low for a perfect green paint to go in our kitchen.ps new to your site and as McD's would say, "i'm lovin it." i'm an official die hard.
anon- those are leather i am afraid. but if you can print out the pic on a high quality printer your best bet would be to take it to the paint store, have them scan it into their paint machine thingy so they can most correctly match it and then they custom make it for you.
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