color story: grass green.
by victoria comment

5/15/19

emerald green velvet dining chairs. / sfgirlbybay

as they very often say, the grass is always greener, and on this week’s color story it’s quite true — you can almost catch a whiff of the freshly mowed lawns. today i’m rounding up some rooms that may make you green with envy, but never fear, i’ve also included some ways to bring more green into your own lives — wallpaper, chairs, artwork and more. i’ve been seeing more and more beautiful shades of spring green all over the internet lately and in design magazines, too. so let’s get a little fresh, shall we?

large green landscape painting on art gallery wall. / sfgirlbybay

vintage green velvet dining chairs. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring green home decor and accessories. / sfgirlbybay

clockwise, from l to r: anthropologie Malachite green Wallpaper; experimental chalet via @smithhotels; Phaidon Green Escapes book; ansley givhan abstract painting from sunday shop; Archive New York Grass Green Antigua Pillow; anthropologie apothecary jar; Dusen Dusen Flower Bath Towel; gotain bedroom; sunday shop vintage green velvet chairs; Rachel Comey Praia Mini Crochet Bag in Natural & Green; antique green kitchen cabinets via design addict mom; Boy Smells Scented Candle in Anjelica.

dark green wall paint. / sfgirlbybay

green wall color in bedroom with vintage dresser. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring green home furnishings and decor. / sfgirlbybay

clockwise, from l to r: Ed Ruscha: Los Angeles Apartments book; el fenn’s tile floor by @un_fold_ed; cos ALPACA-WOOL COLOUR-BLOCK sweater; pale green walls vintage decor via the nordroom; schoolhouse electric Velvet + Wool Circle Pillows in Green; Schoolhouse Electric Clock in Sergeant Green; vintage green lawn chair; artist leanne shapton’s wooden mrs. dalloway book; woman reclining by this isn’t happiness;
Alvares Residence by robert polidori via artnet; rejuvenation vintage neon cafe sign; west elm Mid-Century Upholstered Dining Chair.

dark green walls with vintage home decor. / sfgirlbybay

modern green sofa. / sfgirlbybay

dark green curtains paired with yellow daybed. / sfgirlbybay

green wall paint with checkered grid pattern. / sfgirlbybay

bright green paint on walls and ceiling. / sfgirlbybay

minty green wall paint with vintage artwork. / sfgirlbybay

• all other photography credits in order of appearance: @thelocationist’s dining space by @sethsmoot; a href=”https://www.instagram.com/nomibis/p/BxXICftAlXC/?igshid=1oo8uxco6i5s9″>@nomibis; sunday shop; elona home; sibella court’s home; @heydavina; @_aurelielecuyer; dwell magazine; florence lopez; dwell magazine; the nordroom.

One response to “color story: grass green.”

  1. This is a gorgeous roundup of my favorite color… and a totally bizarre deployment of the idiom “the grass is always greener.” The full and correct phrase is “the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.” In other words, it often looks like other people have it better than you. (And, frankly, looking at this grouping of photos, I’m green with envy over a lot of these spaces and pieces!)

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