Green Color | Pantone | Bold Design | Interiors

by Jon Peters

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Going Green
By: Jon Peters

“Green occupies more space in the spectrum visible to the human eye and is second only to blue as a favorite color.”

The color green is fresh and energizing, making it a perfect color choice for home interiors. Thanks to its versatility and visual appeal, it can fit in perfectly in practically any room of your house. Anything from an accent wall or table setting, to real plants or a funky rug can help to keep your space feeling tranquil and well-designed. Some designers may choose to use the Pantone-approved color in a bold or contemporary way (such as Studio M’s Signature Place condo design below), in addition to being utilized in a safe and soothing traditional space. I’ve been seeing this trend everywhere lately, and green can complement an array of other colors (like Kelly Wearstler’s chic brass library stairs below) to make it really stand out. The beauty of green is that it’s the epitome of versatility, so the sky is the limit! Become enamored in a world of green below.

Green Color | Pantone | Bold Design | Interiors

Green Color | Pantone | Bold Design | Interiors

Green Color | Pantone | Bold Design | Interiors

Green Color | Pantone | Bold Design | Interiors

Photos by Kelly Wearstler, Sally Wheat, The Fuller View, OscarPRGirl, Jonathan Adler, Chair Smith, Apartments I Like, Remodelista, Eclectic Revisited, Pinterest

Written by: Jon Peters

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Jon Peters is a graduate of the University of South Florida, where he majored in marketing.

Raised in Tampa, Jon has spent most of his life in the bay area but considers North Carolina to be a second home. He is obsessed with Twitter, Bravo, and pictures of dessert on Pinterest. In his spare time, he likes to throw Frisbee with his two Bull Terriers and explore the local shops and restaurants around town.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Great interiors! I’m beginning to love the green color now.. It’s fresh and energizing. Everything in this house is beautiful.

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