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First off, let me begin by saying, how cool is the chic below?? Of course it was the Sartorialist who captured her and her effortless style. Now, if I can get a room to be as cool and fabulous as her, then I’ve done my job. The first key component is using green. Not just any green but a collection of army, grass greens. Pair this with neutral colors so no two colors are fighting for attention. The next detail to conquer is mixing textures. The stylish girl has a fur jacket mixed with cottons and other fabrics. It immediately creates a luxurious but laid back look. I am absolutely green with envy for this look! Here’s the look:

Products: PillowCoffee TableRocking Chair, RugVaseSofa, Ladder . For even more finds inspired by this palette, go here.

Color Inspiration: Fur Jacket.
Grecian Ivory is a breathtaking option for a creamy base on the walls or inside cabinets.

Color Inspiration: Long Sleeve Shirt.
For a classic gray, Gray Clouds is the perfect choice for crisp accessories, upholstered furniture and even an accent wall.

Color Inspiration: Pants.
Both Greenfield and Courtyard are fun greens to use in a variety of ways. Try a green in a statement upholstered piece for a wow factor.

Color Inspiration: Bag.
Black Of The Night is a great classic black. Perfect for wood pieces, lighting and other accessories.

Photo via Sartorialist. Paint via Sherwin Williams.

2 Responses to “ Runway to Color Palette: Seeing Green ”

  1. [...] See full article at Better Homes & Gardens [...]

  2. I like them, but green is just not my color!




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