color story: going green.
by victoria comment

1/15/20

modern bedroom with green leather headboard, green wall light and green pillowcases. / sfgirlbybay

Welcome to this week’s color story — the first of 2020. i chose shades of green this week because, well, green is such a color of renewal and fresh beginnings and that’s pretty much where we’re at in january. doing our very damndest to be our best selves, taking our very best shot at starting over with a positive, healthy attitude for a new year. it’s also such a dramatic, rich color and one that brings the outside inside. whether it’s adding some brand new deep green home accessories and furniture to our homes, or simply adding some beautiful house plants, going green is always a good idea, both literally and figuratively.

whitewashed studio filled with green hanging plants and green velvet sectional. / sfgirlbybay

eclectic home with wood paneled ceilings, concrete walls and painted green floors. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring home decor and accessories in various shades of green. / sfgirlbybay

clockwise, l to r: window by photographer Alper Yesiltas; anthropologie Eloise Pendant lamp; Haarkon Adventures Japan book by @haarkon_; urban outfitters Rumi Shag Body Pillow; Ed Ruscha’s Los Angeles Apartments book; R.T.CO Sterna Sunglasses in Army Green; ANTHROPOLOGIE Malachite Wallpaper; lulu & georgia MORRIS & CO. HEKLA BISTRO SIDE CHAIR in GREEN; soho residence green sink via 1st dibs; lulu & georgia SET OF 6 ELSIE BISTRO GLASSES; anthropologie Eloise Pendant lamp; vintage school chairs by @olliepop_design; Shoe fantasy by Bert Stern, 1957; anthropologie Blossom and Blooms Apothecary Jar.

small dining nook with dark green walls and floor tiles. / sfgirlbybay

vintage freestanding tub painted light green in whitewashed european bathroom with ornate molding. / sfgirlbybay

painted green sideboard with tall legs in cafe with living plant wall display. / sfgirlbybay

green marbled wallpaper. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring home furnishings, accessories and imagery in various shades of green. / sfgirlbybay

clockwise, l to r: SELF PORTRAIT BY Photographer Cig Harvey; built-in nook via africa moon; lolita via vogue france; Lumière Lodge via the nordroom photographed by marnie hawson; trio of green vintage flower pots from super marché; striped pool house via herz and blut ; anthropologie Myrtle Iron Table; the citizenry STONEWASHED LINEN BED BUNDLE; night pool via Childhood Memories Photography; DOIY Saguaro cactus Coffee Cup Set; anthropologie Myrtle Iron Chair; Taschen Green Architecture book; night swimming via aurvm; anthropologie Set of 4 Matte Latte Bowls; Good Mornings book by linnea dunne; green dress by @nickeykehoe; Kantha-Stitched Pillow from anthropologie.

green floral wallpaper. / sfgirlbybay

vintage green thermos as vase on rustic wood dining table. / sfgirlbybay

washroom with green walls and cabinetry and portrait painting in hallway. / sfgrlbybay

kitchen with vintage floral paintings and rustic green sideboard with drawers and open shelving designed by devol kitchens. / sfgirlbybay

• all other photography credits in order of appearance: milk decoration; @haarkon_; the November issue; le jardin by @heydavina; @artistresidence; trenduhome; ANTHROPOLOGIE Malachite Wallpaper; lulu & georgia SCALAMANDRE HANNES WALLPAPER in DARK GREEN; milk decoration; Lumière Lodge via the nordroom photographed by marnie hawson; devol kitchens.

5 responses to “color story: going green.”

  1. I love the green! It is an unsung color in decor. Enough of the blue! Do you have the source for the leather wingback headboard?

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