Here's proof green walls should be way more popular.
For Oscar de la Renta's , crafted this ultra-green living room with , a sofa, a Louis XV-style armchair found at Christie's, and a stool.
Australian-born designer flanked an 18th-century Venetian mirror with prints by , left, and in the dining room of his London townhouse. The table, rug, light fixture, and sconces are custom-made.
Pale green walls dominate this light-filled Harlem apartment, decorated by .
In decorator 's Manhattan apartment, this living space opens up onto a lacquered green entrance hall featuring a Regency mahogany chair.
The dining room of Gert and Karin Wingardh's country house on the Swedish coast features a picture window with an invisible frame. The custom-made table is surrounded by chairs by Gio Ponti; Karin designed the pendant lights, and the floor lamp is by . The floors are stone, and the walls and ceiling are made of wood planks painted green.
Holly Peterson's cheerful Hamptons living room uses clean lines and a bright kelly green to create a joyful space.
Decorator updated this San Francisco 1908 Shingle Style house a green theme, including a luxurious daybed upholstered in a green velvet fabric.
Brazilian architect 's São Paulo apartment is decorated in bold green-and-red — but there's nothing Christmas here! The English dining table was bought in Rio de Janeiro in the late 1980s, and the 19th-century chairs were found at a Paris flea market.
Dressed with IKEA curtains, a wrought-iron lit à polonaise with an eight-foot-tall canopy takes center stage in the master bedroom of 's 200-year-old cottage on Harbour Island in the Bahamas. Painted in pastel green, the room is kept shady and cool by louvered shutters.
In this Nashville home, the sunroom's sofa and armchairs are upholstered in a canvas duck, and the Regency library chair is covered in the same cotton stripe as the Roman shades. The walls are painted in ' Palmetto.
In furniture restorer Karl Kipfmueller's Brooklyn townhouse, the living room features a parchment cabinet by and a purple armchair that once belonged to his grandmother.
French fashion designer Yvan Mispeleare's luxurious master bath features a mix of standard white squares and his own Peep Show tiles alongside a pale green wall.
In the library of Ireland's Russborough House, a plaster ceiling by Paolo and Filippo Lafranchini dates from the 18th century, and the colorful rug was commissioned in 1952 from Madrid's .
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