Bright Green Entry With Unstained Wood Front Door and White Trim
The light, unstained wood front door fits perfectly with the fresh, bright look of this home's entryway. The light green walls surround the space with a positive energy. A white column, white trim and window seat fill the space with clean lines and sharp design.
Lighten up a heavy, closed-off kitchen by converting your ordinary cabinets to open shelving. The kitchen shown belongs to blogger Judy Meek, who first tried open shelving in 2011 and documented her steps for her readers. “I have loved the open shelf concept,” Meek says. “Besides the open shelf over the peninsula, I’ve also opened up a shelf over the dishwasher for glasses, a shelf over the coffeemaker for cups and a long cabinet over our cooktop for our everyday dinnerware. The key is filling the shelves with items you use often.” Meek started by painting her oak cabinets white, and is now changing over to Annie Sloan Chalk Paint™ with wax, which makes spill cleanup a snap.
Charming Living Room With Mint Walls, Leather Sectional and Hardwood Flooring
The open floor space balances out the closing effect of the slanted ceiling for a comfortable and spacious feel. Mint green walls add light color with a painted tree mural serving as an accent wall with pops of darker hues of green. A brown leather sectional provides room to spread out and relax.
Down the hall, teal wallpaper brings fun, '50s-style flair (and hair!) to the home office. An orange pop art piece accentuates the look, while an industrial cabinet displays the owner's favorite items.
If ever there were true representation of a fresh green Granny Smith apple, or a crystal clear Peridot, it would be this crisply composed kitchen palette, which boldly commits and adheres to the sophisticated color theme.
Green and White Patterned Window Bench in Baby's Nursery
In this cute window seat, the flannel pattern on the curtain and pillow fabrics playfully accents the green-and-white striped wall. It makes for a restful spot for mom and dad to sit with Baby now, and can easily transition to a cozy reading nook when Baby's older.
Fresh green cabinets and a whimsical mix of modern and traditional elements turn this bath into a fun focal point. Black penny tile pops against the pale, sleek countertop. Contemporary chrome fixtures add the finishing touch.
White and Green Cottage Kitchen With Red Barstools
One of the problems of this cabin's former kitchen was that it didn't have any views out to the nearby lake. A long row of windows remedies that and brings so much natural light into the now bright and welcoming room.
Kelsey and Trip Purks purchased an older home with an outdated appearance, but it is in a great location and within their price range. The original exterior of the house was white-painted wood with red shutters and the landscaping was overgrown. They have asked Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines to transform the look of the home to better suit their style. Chip and Jo have repainted the siding a modern gray/green and the shutters black. They kept the original Dutch door and painted it with a faux finish to look like a dark stained wood grain. They updated the landscaping and added new grass, as well as a new walkway that matches the brick of the chimney.
Transitional Kid's Room With Confetti Comforter and Polka Dot Details
A brightly colored confetti print against a dark background on the bedding in this transitional kid’s bedroom repeats the patterns on the vibrant area rug. Light green walls keep the room feeling playful and young. Bright pink and blue chairs echo the fun rug colors and provide extra seating for activities.
Contemporary Meets Rustic in an Apple-Green Kitchen
Contemporary stainless-steel appliances, industrial-style lighting and a metal dining set give this kitchen an edgy flair, while the wood ceiling beam, open shelving and natural stone provide a rustic feel.
Shared Boys' Green Transitional Bedroom With Globe Light
This shared boys’ transitional bedroom may lack in space, but there are no sacrifices in style thanks to smart planning, careful layering of colors and textures, and lots of whimsical elements like the hanging hammock chair, globe pendant light and resin antlers, this is a room kids can grow with.
Transitional Living Room With Colorful Accents and Whitewashed Fireplace
This light and bright living room features a pair of neutral sofas accented with colorful green and blue pillows. A neutral stone table sits at the center and atop a sisal rug, while a lantern chandelier hangs above. A whitewashed fireplace with a dark brown wood mantel adds an eye-catching touch.