Green With Envy

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Green With Envy

We’re green with envy over Pantone’s Color of the year: Greenery. “A fresh and zesty yellow-green shade,” Pantone calls the color “natures neutral.” Whether chartreuse, leaf green, acid green, hunter green, and all the shades in between, green has always been a part of our palette. Above, in Charlotte’s Kips Bay Decorator’s Showhouse from 2012, she used a refreshing shade on the wall that made everything else in the room come to life. The glass wall covered as a hedge with a window references Charlotte’s own garden inspired by Chateau d’Orsan.

An Hervé van der Straeten showstopping mirror and a bold terracotta lampshade on a delft lamp add a bit of spark on the green ground. (Right) A single Vladimir on a bracket, a double hollyhock.

All the shades of Pantone’s color of the year, Greenery. To get the look, here are some of our favorite pantone inspired pieces and where to find them.

Above, Charlotte’s fabrics from Fabricut: Beryl in Cedar, Harriet in Lime Branch, Lucie in Dogwood and Sarah in Dogwood. (Available here.)

Clockwise from left: Meg Braff’s Vintage Vertical Trellis and Bamboo Garden & Schumacher’s Zanzibar Trellis Matte and Key West Lime check.

Pillows above from top left, Artemisia Scalamandre Green Tiger Velvet available here.

Madeline Weinrib Celery Stripe Ikat Pillow, Celery Luce Ikat Pillow and Celery Mu Ikat Pillow, available here.

Christopher Spitzmiller Aurora Lamps in chartreuse.

Charlotte Moss Pineapple China by Pickard.

KRB Drinks table in brass finish, color leaf green.

Scanlon Aparatti desk accessories in Paint Studio paper.

IBU Movement San Andres cocktail napkins .

KRB Freddie Drinks Table in leaf green.

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