Andersen’s A-Series Transom Windows with Forest Green Exteriors and Specified Equal Light Grille Pattern add color and light to this Shingle-style home — a uniquely American look that traces its beginnings to the late 19th century.
The clean gray wall space and light elegance of the living room are offset with a traditional fireplace mantel, green upholstered club chairs and a Chesterfield sofa whose symmetrical arrangement brings a vintage library feel to this eclectic living room.
This contemporary kitchen features sleek forest green cabinets paired with gold accents, like the cone shaped pendant lights. Two teal leather stools with gold metal legs are positioned at the black marble kitchen island, while the gray floor tiles are arranged in a stylish herringbone pattern.
Deep forest green marble countertops add gorgeous color to this kitchen design. A large, white farmhouse sink is fitted into the counter below the natural light of a trio of windows. Exposed wood ceiling beams compliment the wood finish of the island fixed under the lantern pendant light with heart trim.
Deep, moody green interiors are taking the design world by storm, and bathrooms are no exception. Consider a hue like hunter, olive, forest, jade or emerald for the walls, and balance its intensity with a light, natural wood vanity and jute accents. Matte black fixtures and ceramics complete this look. The trendy palette works well with rustic, modern farmhouse and Southwestern design styles.
Buck the trend of pumpkin and chocolate brown this fall, and try on a more unique and woodsy palette. Shades of forest green, gray and cranberry red add warmth and richness to this outdoor fall tablescape.
Designers used their own mix of Benjamin Moore's "Deep Forest Green" and black to contrast with the lacy white railings and brackets. This dark green color also allows the lower base of the house to fade into the trees, creating the illusion of a tree house.
The focal point of the spacious master bathroom is the forest green marble bathtub and large mirror. Brass fixtures complement the gold undertones of the stone, while warm golden brown hardwood floors finish off the look of the space.