The sun is shining here today and I couldn't be more ready for spring weather. While warmer days are still a month or so away, I am hopelessly drawn to green this time of year...
I'm dreaming about iced tea on the porch of this fresh Hampton's cottage. With cushions made out of this and a rug like this one, there is just so much to love.
Tory Burch upholstered her walls in a handsome green velvet and then lightened the room with off-white sofas and and off-white rug. I love the blue and white porcelain accents and the tortoiseshell coffee table.
My favorite room in Charlotte Moss' now closed townhouse was the "lettuce green" dining room. Pictures do not do the space justice, it was truly edible! Moss layered green upon green in the room and then changed out the accent color depending on the season. The paint color used on the walls was Pantone's Spring Wheat in a chic high gloss. It was fresh and timeless!
Taking inspiration from Moss, my own dining room is painted Farrow and Ball's Green Ground. Green is a popular color for dining rooms as it is refreshing and appetizing.
This cheerful bedroom designed by Anne Coyle is wallpapered in a spring green toile wallpaper and fabric.
You don't have to repaint or reupholster a club chair to get more green in your home. Ferns are an easy and inexpensive way to add a pop of green to your home. Angel hair ferns are my favorite variety but any fern will do. Place it in a pretty pot and I promise it will lift your mood!