TREND ALERT: SHADES OF GREEN

 

There's something about the color green that evokes a feeling of newness - like a just-ripe avocado, or a peony bulb right before it bursts into bloom. We even call people "green" if they're a beginner at something. Green feels fresh, exciting, and quite dynamic, given the range of hues and shades it can claim. As we optimistically embark on this brand new year, we're gravitating toward the diverse pigment and the newness it represents. Scroll for some green goodness and shop our Shades of Green Edit at the end of the story to add some freshness to your spaces. 

 

 

´╗┐Rooms by Design, 1989

Design by Vincent Van Duysen

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´╗┐Cy Twombly's bedroom in Rome, 1971

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´╗┐Bella Freud's home, London

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´╗┐Design by @clintnicholasdesign_

´╗┐Design by @gallery.are

Design by Studio Shamshiri

 

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THE SHADES OF GREEN EDIT:

 

The Box Tray in Seagrass

by Anastasio Home

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Turning A New Leaf Candelabra in Variegated Green

by Keavy Murphree

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First Green

by Susan Maddux

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Marble Column Candlestick Holders

Vintage

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Kelp Forest Ceramic Lamp

by Keavy Murphree

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The Sun Tray in Emerald

by Anastasio Home

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Embracing Figures Modern Sculpture

Vintage

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The Moshe Vessel

by Talia James

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Ceramic Headless Soldier

Vintage

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Brocattos

by Miho

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