This charming twin bed suite is a tranquil oasis to rejuvenate and relax. Furnished with soft blue poster bed, blue striped painted walls, a lovely sitting area underneath a large window and accents of green in the chair and bedding, this space is the perfect peaceful retreat.
This spacious family room features blue and green tones throughout to reflect the room's oceanfront views. Three arched doorways with glass-paneled doors give way to the outdoor area, while multiple sitting areas provide comfy places to relax.
Enjoy the warmth of this sun porch decorated in neutral tones with strong accents of green and blue in throw pillows, an end table and live plants. The arching silver floor lamp with white shade provides plenty of light when the sun goes down.
Comfort is the key to this calm master bedroom with neutral walls and cool blue-green linens and accents. Matching bedside tables and lamps add symmetry that's easy on the eyes; contemporary art prints and a plush flokati rug complete the relaxing space.
In this fun and whimsical bedroom, bold swaths of blue and green pop against black-and-white wallpaper with an arrow motif. A mod green light fixture connects with the citron-hued window treatment, while a large blue rug provides softness underfoot. Kid-friendly artwork is graphic and fun.
Glass-paneled doors frame this breezy master bedroom, giving way to a spectacular ocean view. Deep brown hardwood covers the floors, while blue and green accents add pops of color. Two ceiling fans hang from the double tray ceiling.
In the newly added living room, the family wanted a color palette that reflected the colors of the outdoors, since the French doors in the space lead directly to the back patio and pool area. Blue is the prominent color for the curtains and the upholstery, while greens accent the space, creating a mirror of the home's outdoor colors.
Make a nod to your home's environment with a color palette that matches its surroundings but still packs curb appeal. This traditional home's soft pine green base pops with an accent of sky blue and an understated creamy white door.
A white kitchen doesn't have to be ALL white. Here, designer Andrea Schumacher opted for just two small shelves in lieu of upper cabinets, making the fanciful floral wallpaper the star. For contrast, she chose an emerald green tone from the wallpaper to paint the kitchen's island. The standout green piece complements the blue floral wallpaper, the Murano glass chandeliers, white cabinetry and Carrara marble backsplash.
Color galore! The blues of the sky and greens of grass and plants make this eclectic living room come alive. Vibrant royal-and-white modern art mirrors the boldly printed rug. The comfy sofa is chock-full of multi-color, patterned pillows that can change with the seasons or on a whim. Personal effects -- scattered throughout the space -- provide a window into the owners' lives, and a large coffee table provides an ample area for knick-knacks and plants alike.
Yellow-green tones such as pea green are associated with both nature and growth. Often considered a difficult color to use, pea green is most successful when paired with other earth tones, particularly brown and/or orange. It's also a good option for gender-neutral kids' rooms.
A brown leather sofa adds a masculine vibe to this neutral transitional living room. Green and blue accents throughout the room add welcome color, as does the large photo above the sofa of a train track in Austin.
This eclectic living room is alive with the blues of the sky and greens of grass and plants. Vibrant royal-and-white modern art mirrors the boldly printed rug. Because the room has such high ceilings, the vibrant colors don't feel constricting.
This blue and green master bedroom is filled with floral accents such as the canopy, dust ruffle and hold backs. A woven rug lay underneath while a canopy designed by Madcap Cottage takes the headboard to new heights.